Posts Filed Under: “Lake Ontario”
Just because you don't see water doesn't mean it's not there.
No, it's not a teleportation device.
A small but dedicated subculture of surfers prove you can hang 10 in the 416.
The Five Nations of the Iroquois establish villages on the north shore of Lake Ontario in the 1670s, including one near the mouth of the Humber River, at the start of the Toronto Carrying Place.
And he's not the first: for decades, people have dreamed of commuting via Lake Ontario.
Fog-made wraiths haunted our waterfront this morning.
For young sailors, Toronto Brigantine's annual Thanksgiving sail from Toronto to Niagara Falls is a rite of passage.
What effect do storm surges have on Lake Ontario's ecology?
A new photo exhibition at Harbourfront Centre shows off Toronto's unique river system.
Every lake should have a monster, and Lake Ontario is no exception.
If your drinking water tastes like ET, maybe it's because there's an alien base in Lake Ontario.
Fire on the Water organizers hope to start a discussion about "public bathing culture" in Toronto, and make people dance.
Fourteen-year-old becomes the youngest to swim across Lake Ontario, and raises more than $90,000 for charity in the process.
How one crusading coroner took on stonewalling bureaucrats and tried to make Toronto's waters safer.
Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre built a canoe. Over the weekend, they took it for a spin.
As the last Ice Age glacier retreated from above Toronto, its meltwater, for a time, overwhelmed the city.
The landmark's evolution from a showcase of the province's achievements to a family amusement park.
The 1949 fire aboard the SS Noronic took 199 lives. As the worst disaster in Toronto's history, the tragedy led to both heroism and a grisly aftermath.