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Toronto Sat Aug 05 2017 00:28:41 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Contemporary Toronto is a city with impressive density, particularly throughout its central downtown area, where development has taken place at breakneck speed since the first condo boom in the 1980s (and arguably before). Cranes fill the sky, street
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My oldest daughter turned 13 today. She wanted to start the day before dawn with a short ride to the waterfront to watch the sun rise. We got up at 5:30 am and watched the sun come up. It was spectacular, and I took some great pics. Here's a few of t
By Brennan Doherty TORONTO A Toronto man was formally handed a life sentence Friday after pleading guilty to the so-called crossbow killings of his mother and two brothers last August. According to a statement of facts agreed upon by both th
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Blockobana will be taking up space at Caribana with queer Black pride on August 5 in Regent Park. It was evident last year after Black Lives Matter Toronto, and otherqueer Black activists, stopped the Pride parade, that many members of Toronto&#8
If you bike, jog or walk the waterfront trail just west of the Humber Bay Arch Bridge, you've likely seen the new Toronto sign that's been erected this week. Local artists Thelia Sanders-Shelton and Julie Ryan built it from driftwood that washed up o
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  She fumed and fumed loud.   And as she disabused me of my place in the human race — given my lineage must be replete with morons and monkeys — her otherwise neat and clipped peroration was interlarded with sail
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Art cars and futuristic Vikings all arrived in an empty parking lot in the Junction last weekend. Somewhere in the Lower Junction amid industrial buildings is a wide open space covered with gravel. It’s used rarely, only for a few farmers m
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Yonge Street is changing quickly. Businesses are shuttering as condos are rising up all along this main Toronto thoroughfare. One local business might have escaped the local condo boom, but announced it was closing down due to high property taxes. RI
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Toronto's waterfront might still need work to live up to the potential that most of us believe it has, but a look back in time reveals just what a mess the area was back in the 1970s when its period as an industrial hub came to a close. What's so rem
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The internet was buzzing with news of a violent altercation between party-goers and security at Cabana Pool Bar this past weekend, and now a second video has surfaced. HD VERSION Posted by Tdotclubs on Monday, July 31, 2017 In a statement from INK En
WayHomeis now a wrap. And while attendance wasn't what it was in year's past, those who did make the trip to Burl's Creek outside of Barrie had a pretty good time.Along with music, of course, there'sfestival fashion and Icouldn't resist rounding up s
The third annual WayHomeFestival was noticeably smaller than its previous iterations. Despite a parred down event, attendees reveled in the sunshine and took advantage of the best weather we had this summer to dance and listen to music in the great o
The long-standing West Queen West restaurant and bar The Beaconsfield closedearlier this year after the building was sold. But the cornerspot at1154 Queen St. W. will soon get a new lease on life. That's because the Vancouver-basedDonnelly Groupbough
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It's a sad day for Justin Bieberfanswho were hoping to see the pop star on his Purpose World Tour in Toronto. The Stratford-nativeannounced today on Facebook that the remainder of his tour is canceled. Bieber was set to bring his massive stadium show
This week on DineSafe, alocal businessgot a red cardthanks to arodent infestation. The Queen Live Fresh Food Market also made headlines when the whole place was shut down after mice were spotted nibbling on pastries at MeliBaklava & Chocolate
Toronto's most photogenic sign might be located at Nathan Phillips Square, but thanks to a pair of artists, it now has a rival sitting right by the lake. As CBC reports, artistsThelia Sanders-Shelton and Julie Ryan used washed up driftwood to create
Ask those who grew up during the period, and they'll tell you that the 1980s were the glory days of fun for kids in Toronto. Video games weren't quite compelling enough to tether usto screens, helicopter parentingwas rare, and opportunities to get in