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In the late 1960s, Toronto the Good finds itself in a hairy situation.
As leisurely drive season kicks into gear, why not explore a historic route flowing through our city?
At one time, Toronto was a bastion of Hungarian cuisine, especially in the "Goulash Archipelago."
One of a series of projects that transformed the face of Bloor and Yonge during the 1970s.
This weekend's hasty demolition of the century-old menswear store at Bloor and Yonge raises issues about heritage preservation in the city.
The time-warped mall brightens its look with panels that celebrate the neighbourhood's history.
The Yorkville staple has struggled to attract new customers since TIFF left the neighbourhood.
A stubborn scrapper who declared, "If anyone’s going to stab me in the back, I want to be there."
On July 22, Yorkville's Maison de la Presse Internationale will be closing its doors for good.
Icefest 2014 brought some chilly artistry to the heart of the city.
Firefighters battled a blaze for hours today in downtown Toronto.
An old church in an affluent part of town takes a community-focused approach to helping low-income Torontonians.
Hazelton Lanes, Yorkville's once-glamorous shopping mall, has fallen on hard times—but a planned facelift could give it new life.
As part of Icefest, sculptors turned frozen blocks into artwork.
The tavern's role in trade, rebellion, and the foundation of Yorkville.
Toronto's extensive work on the silver screen reveals that, while we have the chameleonic ability to look like anywhere from New York City to Moscow, the disguise doesn't always hold up to scrutiny. Reel Toronto revels in digging up and displaying the films that attempt to mask, hide, or—in rare cases—proudly display our city.
Toronto's first non-denominational cemetery.