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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Strip clubs in Toronto may soon be going the way of the dodo as the number of adult entertainment venues in the city continues to drop. The notorious House of Lancaster on the Queenswayhas been sold, according to City Councillor Justin DiCianoof Ward
The best 24 Hour Grocery Stores in Toronto, whether theyre in the midst of a strip of bars on a busy street, out in the burbs or just on the way home, can be beacons on a dark night. From giant bags of chips to gourmet cheeses and meats, kebabs grill
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: Culi
The fencing has finally come down around One Spadina, or the Daniels Building, which is now home to theJohn H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. For years, this heritage building whichcould have been
The Blue Jays make their second trip to Maryland and they hope it goes much better than their first.Outfielder Anthony Alford has been called up from Double-A New Hampshire to join the Blue Jays in Baltimore. (Image from Series Schedule/Pro
Traffic in Toronto is a major drag, but this wasn't always the case. There was a period in the 1960s and 70swhen the city built plenty of new infrastructure and the burgeoning population had yet to max it out. The first phase of Highway 401 opened in
Events at Ontario Place for summer 2017 will keep this old amusement park filled with people for the entire season. From food festivals to arts and cultural programming, you can expect something nearly every weekend for the next few months. Events yo
Self-driving cars might not be tearing up Toronto roads just yet, but electric vehicles are certainly becoming more commonplace. And we might soon see more of them on the road now that the Plug'nDrive Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre (EVDC)isopen at
Nearly half of the Toronto Islands Park is under water, which is why the city cancelled all Island park permits until June 30 and continues to urge Torontonians to stay on the mainland as water levels continue to rise. Life on the Islands continues,
One of the city's most well-kept parks has just announced their summer outdoor movie schedule and this lineup includes live shows. St. James Park, just upthe street from the St. Lawrence Market, will feature freefilm screeningson Thursday nights star
Toronto music venues might be shutting down across the city, including on the stretch of Spadina that makes up Chinatown. To preserve this musical history, as CBC News reports, Dragon Den's Michael Wekerleand Councillor Joe Cressy are working to crea
Ontario Place is turning into a go-to event destination in Toronto, and the action at this former amusement park continues this weekend witha huge drone light show happening during theCulinary Ontario Festival. Admission is free to this foodie fest,
Part of King Street West could look a lot different this fall if city council approves the King Street Pilot project. This plan aims to prioritize public transit (streetcars) over private vehicles by limiting through traffic on this busy downtown tho
Instead of sitting in traffic along the 401, you'll soon be able to shoot on over to Windsor thanks to a high-speed rail line that's slated to open in 2025. Today, the province of Ontario announced it would be putting $15 million towards preliminary
The best bookstores in Toronto dont just have the hottest new fiction or that next volume of Game of Thrones you swore youd read. Youll also find quirky gems, some of the best staff in Toronto, and maybe even a cocktail or two? Here are the best book
Contrary to what it might seem, not every Toronto house sells for over asking. While the trend is perhaps more visible than ever, it's common for homes to be snatched up for less thanthe listed price. This rundown property at 7 Edgedale Rd.,at the no
The City of Toronto is highly discouraging folks from heading to the Toronto Islands until at leastJune 30. Municipal parks and facilities are closed thanks to the flooding and acarp invasion, but they haven't taken away water taxi servicepermits, so
It's that time of year again. We're opening the poll to 23new best of categories including rooftop patios, bibimbap, Italian bakeries, bagels, bookstores,furniture stores and more. Voting ends on Thursday May 18 at 7p.m Take the poll here
Summertime in Toronto means it'stime to visit your local ice cream parlour, gelateriaand frozen yogurt purveyor. Satisfy your cravings for scoops, ice cream sandwiches, and chocolate dipped swirls with this handy guide to frozen treats in the city. H
King Street might soon look a lot different as the city of Toronto considers how to improve transit on this busy downtown thoroughfare. The city, along with the TTC, has looked at a variety of options for King Street, but according to the Globe and M
There's a lotto do today in Toronto, including film screenings to get you talking and thinking anda book party in a brewery. If you just need to let it all out, there are a few fun concerts turning up the volume as well. Events you might want to chec
If you like to explore places that are generally inaccessible to the public or to get a better sense of the various small towns that surround Toronto, there's an excellent way to accomplish both tasks this summer. Doors Open Ontario offers access to
If you're looking for something to read this Victoria Day long weekend, why not pick up something that screams Toronto? There are plenty of Toronto-centric new releases out there, including high-profile memoirs and a history of one of the city's most
A major Japanese retail brand is hoping to launch 500 stores in Canada, making it a potential competitorwithDollarama, Muji and perhaps even Uniqlo. If you thought you had all your dollar store deals and Japanese retail cravings taken care of, think
There's good news and bad news for Toronto apartment hunters. Rental rates have decreased for the first time in almost a year this May, but they're still hovering near an all time high. According to apartment listing site Padmapper's monthly rental r
Another Toronto art gallery is on the move. This time, one of the city's most popular photography spaces is getting ready to call a new neighbourhood home. After spending 14 years at 1026 Queen St.W., the Stephen Bulger Gallery will soon be locateda
Now that parts of Toronto are under waterand the Islands are on lock down for two months while fish run the place, it's no shocker that this long weekend's expandedElectric Island Festival kickoff party has been relocated. Organizers announced today
There are coach houses, and then there are $3 million coach houses. This unique home at 51 Indian Grove is the latter, and boy is it a beauty. Nestled amongst tall trees in a private setting near High Park, this 3,000 square foot space is part farmho
Patios in Toronto for cheap drinks are must visits throughout the warmer months. Whether you need to unwind after work or find a place to hang out withfriends on the weekend, these patios will keep your thirst quenched without breaking the bank. Here
Toronto is about to get another bike sharing service that'll make it easier than ever to cycle around the city. Dropbikeis the country's first dock-lessbike sharing system, and it's coming to the city this summer. How does it work? First you find a r
It's heating up in Toronto. Tomorrow, the mercury is expected to soar to 29 C, but it could feel like 33 C with the humidex. If you regularly take the Bloor-Danforthline, memories of sitting in a hot subway car might be starting to surface in anticip
Meat Loaf fansin Toronto were doubly blessed with blue skies and a chance to see their icon for free last night. The American rock starwas in town to promote Bat Out of Hell,JimSteinman's musical that's filled with hit songsfromMeat Loaf's most iconi
Fish have taken over part of the Toronto Islands, so it should come asno surprise that Toronto Island Park is still closed to the general public. Thanks to all the rain we've hadthis spring, Lake Ontario water levels are continuing to rise and popula
Toronto hip hop fans are in for a good night of music with shows from Future, Migosand Desiigner.If you're still recovering from your weekend shenanigans, there are some more laid back events, likea fireside storytelling sessionand Harry Potter trivi