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The beach will re-open on July 31 after being closed to the public since May due to extensive flooding.
Toronto has a long history of white nationalists using "free speech" as a cover for extremism.
How a boy from Hamilton became a banker, an art collector, and a museum founder.
How a campus advocacy group is supporting survivors, fighting sexual violence and calling out institutional negligence.
The future media mogul's run-in with American immigration officials in 1954 occurred against a backdrop of anti-McCarthyist sentiment at the University of Toronto.
On Monday, thousands of Canadians gathered in mourning and solidarity.
Rival medical schools struggle to serve Toronto students.
From theological college to architectural school, the revitalized site has survived a lot of near-visits by the wrecking ball.
Spoiler: non-binary people are real!
After bill 132 became law, Ontario's universities and colleges had to implement standalone sexual violence policies. Here's what Toronto campuses now provide.
The lives, love, and letters of Dr. Frieda Fraser and Dr. Edith Bickerton "Bud" Williams.
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.
A team of dentists and dental students reached the peak of the hockey world in 1917.
A new report finds students spend two or more hours commuting to class.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
An innovative addition to the east end campus officially opens today, and feels a bit like science fiction.
Recent anti-racism movements on U.S. college campuses spark similar protests in Toronto.
A design competition to revitalize the central campus, which could include bringing back a long-buried element.