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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.
A fire that destroyed part of University College in the 1890s later proved a blessing in disguise.
Everybody's favourite female assassin goes globe-trotting while hardly leaving the borders of our fair city.
A much-loved TV series comes to town, but only for its first episode.
A U of T student invents a machine that might become a new best friend for man's best friend.
From Star Trek to Serendipity to Superstar—sometimes our city's film appearances are short, sweet, and a bit random.
A U of T academic has found a way of getting traffic lights to "talk" to one another.
Toronto does a rare turn as America's Dairyland—and, more importantly, kickstarts a rom-com franchise.
The Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport will be a new home for some of the University of Toronto's best athletes.
At the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library's first-ever Small Press Fair, Canada's small publishers showed attendees that print is not dead.
On the night of February 9, 1913, Torontonians were treated to one of the most unusual heavenly events of all time. But what did they really see?
Orphan Black, BBC America's cult sci-fi series, is shot (and maybe even set) in Toronto.
A factually inaccurate movie about Daniel Ellsberg tries to make Toronto look like Boston.
Toronto gets a little Cold War action in a globe-trotting, blockbuster miniseries.
Almost 140 years old, One Spadina Crescent is about to be born again.
Open data is changing the way cities work.
Why a York University PhD student thinks there's a place for bees in urban planning and landscape design.
Acrotholus audeti is believed to have lived in Alberta about 85 million years ago. Now, it's on display at the ROM.