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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Yonge Street is Toronto's most famous thoroughfare, with enough history to pack a few volumes of a local encyclopedia. It's a street that steeped in lore thanks to its seedy past and its central role in the development of this city, but how much do w
For most of us in Toronto, the TTC is a major part of our lives, for better or for worse. While it's easy to complain about the Red Rocket, there are are lots of ways wecan make it a more pleasant for our fellow passengers and also ourselves, even if
The legendary investor talks about his reasons for getting into the Canadian mortgage market
Attend Our Home On Native Land, watch a performance by old-timey Pokey LaFarge, listen to City and Colour on Canada Day weekend and more
Ever wondered what a true high roller rental looks like in Toronto? You know, the type of place that an A-list actor or business tycoon might shack up in while visiting the city for an extended stay? Well, this loft at 500 Queens Quay West should giv
Thanks to all the rain we got this past spring, our beaches flooded, putting a damper on all sorts of summertime activities. Now that things have dried up a bit, however, one of the city's longest running beach parties is back. A post shared by Amir
Events in Toronto this week includefestivals, concerts, movies, shopping andbeer. 'Tis the season to get out there every single night, and it'll be easy to do so over the next sixdays (yay short work week). Events you might want to check out: The Bun
Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious festivals, pop-ups, wine maker dinners, supper clubs and other food related happenings in Toronto this week and next. You can find us here every Friday morning. Events you might want to check out: Tast
Queen Street, just west of Yonge,might have seemed a little bare over the past fewof months after the pedestrian bridge between the Eaton Centre and the Bay came down. Nearby on James Street, however, crews were hard at work building a new sky bridge
A few of the things it's stocked with: venison pepperettes, a growler of kombucha and Jackpot Chicken Rice leftovers
Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious festivals, pop-ups, wine maker dinners, supper clubs and other food related happenings in Toronto this week and next. You can find us here every Friday morning. Events you might want to check out: Toro
Host William Lou returns to the reaction podcast assignment, at least for one night, to recap Raptors-Pelicans. Three stars: Fred VanVleet, Pascal Siakam, Jakob Poeltl Gerald Henderson award: Cheick Diallo Game notes: 10 things from Raptors-Pelicans
A roundup of the chatter ahead of the opening of free agency on Saturday. Leafs Links LeBrun: Leafs haven’t shown any signs of interest in re-signing Boyle (TSN1050) TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun joined Leafs Lunch to discuss frustration
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Former Toronto Marlies video coach Justin Bourne gives his thoughts on the NHL readiness of Kasperi Kapanen and Travis Dermott, Connor Brown reacts to the Leafs’ signing of Patrick Marleau, 2017 development camp opens for medicals on Thursd
In this 249th episode, Mike chats with Michael Hainsworth and Alan Cross about the return of Geeks and Beats, Michael's career in radio and television, and what's new with Alan since episode 66. This episode is exactly 1:41:51. You can listen to this
A hundred artists and celebrities from around North America have made brain sculptures for the second annual edition of The TELUS Health Brain ProjectA hundred artists and celebrities from around North America have made brain sculptures for the secon
Women gathered at this address organizing to make sure gender equality was in the constitution. Now and Then explores the stories behind Torontos historical plaques and monuments. Former senator Nancy Ruth owned the house at 184 Roxborough Drive for
First date ideas in Toronto this summer will add a bit of fun and intrigue to a budding relationship. Whether you met on Tinder or in real life, this activities will get the sparks flying in no times. Here are my suggestions for 10 fun first date ide
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Jeremiah Perry disappeared underwater Tuesday evening while swimming on a school-run camping trip in Algonquin Park, Ontario Provincial Police saidTORONTO — The body of a 15-year-old boy was pulled out of a lake almost a day after he disapp
Free events in Toronto this Julyrange fromhuge park parties and history lessons to street festivals and a giant outdoor art show - and that's not even mentioning all the free moviesandlive music happening almost every day of every week. Events you mi
Latest updates from Toronto's real estate market.A lot of the news recently discuss one of the most sensitive issues in the GTA real estate market - housing affordability.  Let us look into this and other topics with a quick overview of the
Toronto's latest fountain is going to the dogs, literally. Berzcy Park, in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, recently got a makeover thatincludes a new fountain by landscape architect Claude Cormier. The fountain features 27 cast iron dogs, one
The Vancouver Folk Music Festival presents one of its most exciting, rich and musically diverse rosters to date in celebration of its 40th Anniversary! From July 13-16, some of the worlds finest traditional and contemporary folk, world and roots musi
Toronto has been ranked one of the best LGBTQ cities in the world according to a new report from the apartment listing website Nest. "For a city to rank strongly as an LGBT destination, we determined that it must have a vibrant gay dating scene, a li
Check out this weeks top 5 Instagram photos from @Inside_Vancouver! The talented photographers who snapped these shots have either tagged us in their post or have included the #veryvancouver hashtag in their caption. Follow us on Instagram, tag us in
Drake is bringing OVO Fest back to Toronto for another year. There was some speculation that summer '17 would pass withoutDrizzy's annual bash thanks to the a delayed lineup announcement, but those fears were put to rest on Instagram this evening. A
For years, I’ve been searching, hoping that this video would somehow re-emerge on the internet. [Read more] The post The Blue Jays Long-Lost ‘This Land is Your Land’ Video is Back! appeared first on Blue Jay Hunter.For y
Justin Holl will be back in a Toronto Marlies sweater next season after agreeingto terms on a one-year, two-way contract on Tuesday evening. Originally drafted 54th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in 2010, the Marlies signed Holl to an AHL contract
Starting Tuesday, July 4, he Region of Peel and the City of Brampton are closing: The Gore Road [Regional Road 8] between Queen Street East and Highway 50 during a regional project to: widen and rebuild the roadway from two lanes to four lanes; repla
If you're looking for something to do today in Toronto, you should probably start thinking about music or the movies. SeeHarry Potter get the TSO treatment, head to a free Shad concert, or simply check out a screening of Nightmare on Elm Street with
The best splurge brunch in Toronto is a reward for all that you do throughout theweek, and how hard you went the night before. Weekends in this city are all about the silkiest poached eggs, towers of French toast or pancakes, and mimosas and Caesars
Monday Gala, the principal of C.W. Jeffreys Collegiate Institute, said its like losing your own child
The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday they have promoted Bobby Webster to general manager, Dan Tolzman to assistant general manager / v
Yet another installment of The 25 Man Roster Challenge has come and gone. As usual, it did not disappoint.With less than 24 hours to go, it was a real possibility that we would have not only one, but three perfect ballots this year. Considering it ha
Regardless of how you feel about Presto, it'll eventually be one of the only ways to pay to ride the TTC as it continues to get rolled out across Toronto's transit system. Today, the Toronto Star reports that the cost to install Presto on the TTC is
A spokesman for the Toronto District School Board says a high school student is missing and presumed drowned on a school outing in Algonquin Park. Ryan Bird says about 38 students went to the park on Sunday as part of a summer school outdoor educatio
Nine breweries, brewpubs and bottle shops east of the Don
It’s time to update the Toronto Maple Leafs roster. After a busy couple months, we may now have an idea of who the Toronto Maple Leafs will ice come puck drop in October. There hasn’t been a lot of change, but there are some new f
The Toronto Raptors announced Tuesday their 17-man roster for NBA Summer League 2017 in Las Vegas.
Summers intoxicating blend of long, sultry days has us chasing every outdoor experience Vancouver has to offer after all, these days our #lifegoal is to maximize every moment in the sun. And theres no better place to start than … Continue r
Toronto's waterfront is about to get a big influx of cash thanks to all three levels of government. At a press conference today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Premier Kathleen Wynne and Mayor John Tory announced they'd be giving$1.185 billionto Wate
In this 248th episode, Mike chats with Ziggy Lorenc about her many years working for Moses at City-TV, MuchMusic and Zoomer. This episode is exactly 1:13:45. You can listen to this episode in a variety of ways: Subscribe in iTunes Listen via Google P
It's going to be a busy day in Toronto filled withfree outdoor music, some major art shows and theatre in the forest. There are a few momentous concerts happening for your ears as well. All this, and the weekend hasn't even started yet! Events you mi
The man who won a World Series ring last year with the Chicago Cubs – the same man who charmed his way into Blue Jays fans’ hearts has a heartfelt message for his loyal followers: “I miss you, Toronto”. [Read m