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Centaur Theatre's 2014-2015 season will get off to an erotic start with Venus in Fur, by New York playwright David Ives, and will go on to explore contemporary issues ranging from cultural diversity to film production and real estate wars.
We've all heard stories about "the one that got away." Perhaps we've told a few ourselves.
A man died and another is facing a charge of manslaughter after a fight at this Esso gas station on Sunday morning.
Jationder Pal Singh sells fabrics at his shop, Chandan Fashion and Boutique, in the Little India neighborhood of Toronto.
Olivia Chow resigned as Trinity-Spadina's MP today and will officially enter the Toronto mayoral race on Thursday.
U of T researcher Emily Paradis and tenant Rubena Naeem walk along Thorncliffe Park Dr., in a highrise community that was part of a recent groundbreaking survey.
While many winter-weary Canadians are more than ready to ditch their parkas, tuques and boots, at least one segment of the population isn't quite ready to give chilly-weather styles the cold shoulder.
The timing couldn't be better. Just when Toronto seemed hopelessly mired in official idiocy and public self-hatred, along comes the West Don Lands to remind us the city has a future after all.
A new free trade agreement with South Korea will throw a wrench into Canada's auto sector recovery, union leaders and an automaker warned on Tuesday, highlighting the pressure on an industry already struggling with competition from Mexico.
Twenty-two-year-old Tenzin Tseten, who is Toronto's 10th homicide victim this year, was trying to stop a fight outside the Tibetan Canadian Cultural Centre over the weekend when he was stabbed to death, police say.
"Bof" - that francophone shrug of indifference might very well sum up the feeling of most Canadians vis-a-vis the Quebec election campaign.
A woman charged with murder in the death of her stepson told a court Tuesday she knew the 10-year-old was being beaten and kept chained by his father, but didn't think he would die from the injuries.
Actress Shirley Douglas and Tony Award winner Brent Carver will join a star-studded line up of performing artists to Holler 4 Health Care!, an evening of merry maladies and malady melodies to protest the end of federal leadership in Canadian health care, to be held March 31, 2014 at 8pm at Trinity-St.
Michael Schmidt, seen speaking with supporters in a July 31, 2008 photo, has spent years fighting for the right to sell raw milk.
Those who smoke outside bars often flick the butt into a snowbank, where it is buried under a new layer of snow until a thaw, when an entire winter's worth of butts start popping out of the filthy snow.