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5 hrs ago | CFRB
Two major Toronto streets will be handed over to pedestrians on a pair of Sunday mornings next month.
9 hrs ago | 680News
10 hrs ago | GlobalNews
The incident happened on Atkinson Avenue near Bathurst Street and a photo was sent to Global News by a viewer.
14 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
The 100 bus to Flemingdon Park is both bustling and hustling; it gets a lot of people where they need to go in this part of the city.
Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon.
For the first time in its 58-year history in Canada, KFC will offer domestic and international beers this fall, selling those at its two “fast-casual” concept outlets in Toronto.
Last week in the National Post we chronicled the pain of Toronto's 250,000 daily streetcar users.
Of the 1,308 Toronto cyclists hit by opening car doors between 2005 and 2013, most were hurt but only one was killed: A 57-year-old man biking east on Eglinton Avenue West on a May afternoon in 2008 when a 43-year-old woman opened her car door and sent the man flying into traffic, where he was hit by a truck.
Justis Danto-Clancy, a 24-year-old graduate of the University of King's College, moved back in to his parent's home near Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue about a year and a half ago.
A man, who fired a gun outside an apartment building in Newmarket shortly after midnight, is in serious condition following a police shooting, and the province's police watchdog is now investigating.
Today it was announced that the film version of Jason Robert Brown 's musical THE LAST FIVE YEARS will premier at the Toronto International Film Festival this fall.
Police are cracking down on speeding and hazardous driving in the Leaside neighbourhood where a seven-year-old was struck and killed last week.
When school teacher Abshir Hassan was gunned down in front of his building in Lawrence Heights earlier this month, a community mourned.
In this architectural rendering, Massey Tower springs skyward with the classical roofline and columns of the historic 1905 Canadian Bank of Commerce building below.
Every week, until the municipal election this fall, the Star is trekking around the city to find out what issues are on peoples' minds.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 04:15 pm
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