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Proposed changes to Bickford Park's layout have reignited an age-old feud between different groups of users.
Toronto's growing survivalist movement strikes a balance between sustainable living, wilderness survival, and crisis preparation.
Matthew Clowater and his school friends have teamed up with a local shop in an effort to raise money for the axolotl, which is cartoonishly cute, and also endangered.
Mimico Waterfront Park's second phase had its official opening earlier today.
re-fashioNYC is doing for clothes what the bluebox did for bottles and cans.
Locally Sourced aims to give Torontonians an easy way to find nearby drop-off spots for farm shares.
Los Angeles' new mayor says he'll deliver green jobs.
The leaders of a new initiative hope to start parks advocacy groups in each of Toronto's 44 wards.
Why a York University PhD student thinks there's a place for bees in urban planning and landscape design.
Plans to build an artificial-turf field on U of T's back campus have sparked furious backlash.
A Toronto company is helping make Vancouver roadwork a little more eco-friendly.
With no ban and no five-cent fee, plastic bags return to being an unregulated part of Toronto life.
The Highland Companies has been working for years to try to dig a giant quarry in prime agricultural land, in the face of stiff community resistance. Today, the company announced it has withdrawn its application.
Ontario Convenience Stores Association taking Toronto to court over its new plastic bag regulations.
After an odd debate, councillors approve the bylaw that took everyone by surprise.
Over the years, plans for revitalizing the Gardiner Expressway have stalled. But can Toronto afford to wait any longer?
The culinary protest against the Melancthon mega-quarry drew 40,000 to Woodbine Park.
Opponents of the mega-quarry in Melancthon Township bring their cause to Toronto, via broth and ladles.