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In today's Urban Planner: Welcoming WorldPride, celebrating indigenous arts, and transforming St. Clair.
This year, the honour goes to Georgian human rights activist Anna Rekhviashvili.
Councillor will campaign to replace Olivia Chow in upcoming by-election.
They're hoping the City will enforce a ban on public nudity at the event.
This weekend: ComiCon appeals to your inner nerd, the Toronto Urban Photography Festival tries to catch your eye, and a feminist art conference offers you panels with names like "Fertile Ground."
44 Beechwood Drive is an elite police academy, but all the recruits are four-legged and furry.
One of Toronto's greatest book lovers, Nicholas Hoare, is retiring.
The popular annual design show enters its tenth year.
The 108th edition of the Santa Claus Parade promises nostalgic moments and Grey Cup tie-ins.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
Every weekday's end, Extra, Extra collects just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
Costumed heroes and villains assembled to help the downtown comic shop move into a new storefront.
There were buckets of blood and suds aplenty at yesterday's fundraiser for the Toronto Zombie Walk.
The rides are being set up, giant stuffed animals are getting unwrapped, and bacon—lots and lots of bacon—is frying in anticipation of Friday's opening of the Ex.
Seven plaintiffs seek $1.4 million in damages, allege wrongful arrest.
Traditional sailing vessels (and guys in funny hats) visited Toronto.
La Furia Roja crushed Italy in the Euro 2012 finals, and their fans weren't shy about showing their joy.
A proud crowd marched down Yonge Street on Sunday, during a parade charged with renewed political purpose.