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Apparently the United States Army has commissioned a real-life Iron Man suit for its Special Operation Forces. It seems doubtful that the soothing sound of Jude Law’s voice will be incorporated into the design. In the news: Toronto is the fourth-best city for economic opportunity, the TTC investigates why a bus was left driverless on Eglinton Avenue, construction on the western portion of Queens Quay is still happening, and some rich Torontonians are looking at buying the Buffalo Bills.
Voice of the Rogers Centre talks voice-over work, his favourite players to announce, and what happens when a crowd turns ugly.
Suits is back for another season of legal manoeuvrings and many visits to Toronto restaurants.
Even when he's in rehab he's still in the news. Rob Ford really has a knack. Sharing the news pages with our illustrious mayor: the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario defends the lack of mandatory inquests into migrant farm workers' deaths, and police are still making money on the side after council tried to stop them.
But polls have said such things before—and it's never going to happen.
The chiropractor who gets touchy-feely with Toronto's pets.
Damning report from Toronto's ombudsman could lead to the firing of TCHC CEO Gene Jones.
Can an oil rig-turned-Malaysian diving platform inspire the renovation of the Eastern Avenue Bridge?
Old and new TTC streetcars rode the rails together at the Beaches Easter Parade.
Oronhyatekha built the Independent Order of Foresters and the tallest building in Toronto.
Last night, Toronto's embattled mayor launched his re-election bid surrounded by hundreds of supporters.
Councillor will campaign to replace Olivia Chow in upcoming by-election.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.
Expect delays and detours if you're planning to drive or take the TTC.
Uber-assassin Nikita is once again travelling the world without leaving the GTA, as we look at the back half of Season 2.
Selling half of Toronto Hydro would get the City only a fraction of the way toward a realistic funding plan.
In today's Urban Planner: a bebop legend, an artistic director on trial, and a cover-band extravaganza.
She's back! Television's bad-ass assassin, Nikita, goes everywhere from Amsterdam to Belarus to Turkey without leaving the GTA in the series' second season.