1 hr ago
Death of Abshir Hassan, role model 'filled with passion' leaves community shocked
Abshir Hassan, a 31-year-old Toronto teacher, died in a shooting in the Lawrence Heights area on July 8, 2014.
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5 hrs ago
Toronto Restaurant Openings: Kimchi Tofu, Braised, Billy's Dumplings, ...
Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon.
9 hrs ago
Meet a Toronto Mayor: Bert Wemp
Each month in the run-up to the municipal election on October 27, Torontoist will profile one of the 64 people who served as Mayor of Toronto-people who shaped the city, displayed colourful personalities, or managed to do both.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
No motive for shooting that killed Toronto teacher: police
Toronto police say there is no motive for a triple shooting that killed a 31-year-old supply teacher and seriously injured two others Tuesday.
Ajax resident arrested as fraud ring busted
Project Berlin began in January when investigators were told of a number of incidents of bogus companies preying on people with poor credit.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Guillermo del Toro and Natalie Brown talk FX vampire series 'The Strain'
His vampires are parasitic monsters that infect their prey like a virus. And in "The Strain," premiering Sunday on FX Canada, they descend upon New York like a plague.
Toronto stock market looked set to open higher; gold up, while oil heads down
The Toronto stock market looked set to open higher, while traders will be looking for hints on the pace of future interest rate hikes when the minutes of the latest meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve are released on Wednesday.
Confluence: Shifting Perspectives of the Caribbean
PATTISON Onestop celebrates the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto with a specially commissioned exhibition, Confluence: Shifting Perspectives of the Caribbean, bringing together a group of works produced by artists with cultural ties to the Caribbean.
The Globe and Mail
Mayoral candidates divided on plan to make Eglinton more cyclist, pedestrian friendly
Workers are seen at the Eglinton Crosstown West Launch Shaft in Toronto. New payroll data from Statscan shows that Canada's labour market is making modest gains.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The Toronto Star
Rob Ford urged to resign by protestors
Mayor Rob Ford was loudly shouted down by a group of protesters on Eglinton Ave. Monday morning and police were called at his first public press conference since he returned from rehab.
Toronto teacher Abshir Hassan dead, 2 injured in overnight shooting
A 31-year-old Toronto teacher who died in a triple shooting in Lawrence Heights earlier today, was slain in the same neighbourhood where he grew up and eventually taught.
The Globe and Mail
One year later, Toronto remembers the flood of 2013
One year after an extreme summer rain storm flooded roads, railways and basements across Toronto, the city government marked the event with a reminder to be prepared.
Cheri DiNovo: Ontario NDP Must Acknowledge Election "Debacle"
The Ontario New Democratic Party needs to reclaim the socially progressive values it abandoned in the recent provincial campaign, according to one of its own MPPs.
U.S. to free Marc Emery, Canada's 'Prince of Pot,' after 5-year imprisonment
When the poster child for marijuana legalization is released from a U.S. prison later this week, he'll be re-entering a world where many of his ideas have taken root and in some places have sprouted right up.
Toronto stock market looked set to open lower; oil was down while gold went up
The Toronto stock market looked set to open lower as traders await the start of the summer corporate earnings season to gauge the health of the North American economy, with U.S. aluminum giant Alcoa reporting earnings after markets close on Tuesday.
3 injured in overnight shooting in Toronto's northeast
Two males and one female were taken to trauma centres after a triple shooting in the Flemington Park area of Toronto.
Investigation continues into disappearance of Toronto area family
Police aren't ruling out a connection between the three charred bodies found inside a vehicle last Friday and the disappearance of a Toronto-area family last week.
Building a new, beautified subway line
Construction at Keele Street marks the beginning of the TTC's expansion. Art will blend with architecture in the six new subway stations now taking shape along the TTC's Spadina Extension subway line, set to open in the fall of 2016.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Alligator-like reptile, possibly a caiman, spotted in High Park
A video of what appears to be a caiman, a semi-aquatic reptile that looks like a small alligator, was taken in Toronto's High Park.