Posts Filed Under: “nancy paiva”
Rob Ford's impact on the city includes harm inflicted on some of the city's most marginalized residents, and a worsened political discourse. We shouldn't forget this.
At the Centre for Forensic Sciences, shooting ranges and firearms libraries are all in a day's work.
Snapshots from the worst winter storm Toronto has seen in years.
The fight night of the living dead.
In today's Weekend Planner: The Big on Bloor festival returns, a chance to adopt a new furry pet, and an epic evening of music at United Fest.
The mayor is holding a Scarborough-based version of his annual public barbecue tonight.
In today's Urban Planner: a group bike ride in East York, First Thursdays returns to the AGO, and
Carmen comes to the ballet.
Scenes from Saturday's celebrations of the 200th anniversary of the battle.
The truth behind a Lake Ontario whale vertebra is not what you've been told.
The First Nations protest movement continues to gather momentum.
Toronto pagans gathered on Saturday night for the Wheel, a public celebration of Samhain.
The annual charity haunted house may not be back next year if a new operator can't be found.
Soothing cold and cough sufferers, and tasting awful, since 1919.
Ontario premier prorogues the provincial legislature and steps down.
Yesterday's "good news" announcements hardly provides long-term comfort.
A mixed martial arts love story.
The UFC's third trip to Toronto and tenth foray into Canada promises to be an exciting night of action and drama for combat sports fans.
This weekend, take advantage of windy weather and go fly a kite; indie music rocks the Junction; a Korean rock group drops in on the Bovine Sex Club; book lovers unite for The Word on the Street; and more.