6 hrs ago
The Toronto Star
Toronto man charged in alleged child sex assault case
Jeffrey Marks, 31, has been charged with making an arrangement to commit sexual assault, two counts of failing to comply with probation and two counts with failing to comply to a recognizance.
13 hrs ago
Urban Planner: December 12, 2013
Princeton, Rod, and Lucy the Slut are some of the characters you'll meet on Avenue Q .
14 hrs ago
Dufferin water main break cleared
Vehicles move through a flooded section of Dufferin Street north of Highway 401 early Thursday.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Radar: Group Glen, Gothmas, Wired City Music Festival, Weather the Weather, in-store at Sonic Boom
Group Glen Group Glen is a show of collaborative works organized by Canadian cartoonist Marc Bell, represented by the Adam Baumgold Gallery in New York City and Cooper Cole in Toronto.
Urban Planner: December 11, 2013
Michael Ignatieff's new memoir, Fire and Ashes , details the inner workings of Canadian political culture.
Rob Ford invites media to house party, walks in on woman in towel; Doug Ford interviews Santa statue
Rob Ford moved back into "business as usual" mode Wednesday as he attempted to avoid a potential awkward confrontation with Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair at City Hall by visiting an apartment complex described as the "worst building in Toronto."
Teens 'swarmed' grandmother pushing stroller, police say
Three young men robbed a grandmother pushing a stroller, during a shocking incident in which police say a suspect also grabbed the woman's grandchild by the neck.
This Week in Fashion: Drake partners up with Nike, Toronto Etsy Street Team Christmas Marketplace
This Week in Fashion rounds up the week's style news, store openings and closings, pop-up shops, sales and upcoming fashion and design events in Toronto.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Police need help identifying 12 GTA bank robbery suspects
Staff Insp. Mike Earl says that police have run out of leads in a dozen GTA bank robberies that occurred between 2006 and the present.
5 holiday concerts in Toronto for 2013
Holiday concerts in Toronto are more than being dragged to see your little sister sing "O Come All Ye Faithful" with her high school choir.
Rob Ford suggests many of his troubles stem from differences with police chief
Chief William Blair, right, and Mayor Rob Ford, left, speak before the ceremonies began this afternoon.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
The Toronto Star
Dancing crossing guard's supporters rally at crosswalk
More than 100 kids and parents formed a noisy, bouncing show of support for their neighbourhood's dancing crossing guard on Monday.
Globe and Mail
E-commerce appetite puts pressure on industrial space
The Dayhu Group of Companies is building its Boundary Bay Industrial Park in the heart of Delta with high ceilings and huge floorplates to meet the new e-commerce demand for big distribution centres that can accommodate large stores of inventory and the automated equipment needed to move it around.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Successful diet doctor embroiled in thorny legal battle over Toronto real estate investments
Dr. Stanley Bernstein has made his fortune by founding a line of hugely successful health and diet clinics, with ads over the years featuring taglines such as "Medically supervised weight loss.
Visitation for fallen Toronto police officer
Dozens of people - friends, family and strangers - paid their respects to fallen Toronto Police officer, Constable John Zivcic in a public visitation held Sunday.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Weekend Planner: December 7-8
Fashion: Love thrift shopping but wish there were an easier way to separate the trash from the treasures? That's exactly what the Gladstone Flea does.
Driver blows 3x legal blood alcohol limit in Barrie
A man has been handcuffed in Barrie after police say he blew more than three times the legal blood-alcohol limit.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Locals tell crossing guard to ''keep dancing''
There was the best of Michael Jackson but no moon-walking for Toronto's beloved dancing crossing guard on the job Friday.
The Globe and Mail
Toronto office landlords slash energy usage
As the skyline of Toronto's financial core stretches skyward, those who build, occupy and develop that vista are making significant cuts to their collective energy use.
The Toronto Star
The Cost of Gridlock: Carpooling a corporate priority
While telecommuting is an obvious way that businesses can ease their employees' travel woes, it's just not an option for companies with face-to-face and interactive staffing needs.