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Severe flooding on Ward's Island has led to a plunge in business at the Rectory Café. It will close for good in October.
Gerrard Street is changing, but the area hopes to maintain its Indian culture.
Playwright Anusree Roy dug deep for this story of a seemingly thriving Canadian family coping with mental illness.
Toronto will be playing the role of (drum roll!) Washington, DC!
Not a good look, Deputy Mayor.
With bonus Peter Zezel content.
Nominated for: being a major headache.
Awareness about the mental health challenges students face is growing on campuses. Here's what local schools are offering in the way of support.
In non-Trump news: Mike Bullard, laneway housing, and a spit take.
When City staff don't feel they have the freedom to offer professional advice without consequences, the process is compromised.
When it comes to safety, there's still a long way to go.
This week, live comedy intersects with TV talk shows, horror films, books, magic, art, and more.
What do you want in your neighbourhood?
First there was Uber and Airbnb. Now, there's car2go.
Until 2017, discounted fares will only be available at Davisville station.
After a pit stop at Nathan Phillips Square, the gallery will make its way to Toronto university campuses.
Highlights this week include talks of climate change and TIFF's Vanguards; theatre from Ireland and Alberta; and folk music at Fort York and Christie Pits.
Works displayed in the art gallery at the 1927 CNE caused an uproar.