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Toronto police are investigating after a condo developer allegedly skipped town, leaving buyers wondering how they will get back their deposits totalling $12 million.
BuskerFest: This long-running festival in support of Epilepsy Toronto brings an eclectic mix of street performers to Toronto's downtown core.
On Tuesday, August 19, immigration consultant Alberto Mestanza stood on the southwest corner of Jane Street and Finch Avenue and delivered a strong message to Canada's federal government: "We are here to say that enough is enough!" Mestanza, who has worked with the Spanish-speaking community for 20 years, was one of about 40 protesters who gathered ... (more)
Toronto police have arrested a second man alleged to have sexually assaulted boys at a group home north of Kingston more than 30 years ago.
Toronto has a long love affair with the idea of making downtown Yonge St. more of a public space than merely a thoroughfare, and once in a while we actually try it out.
Life churns and the city changes. Streets are torn apart for new ones; dead factories crumble to make way for skyscrapers.
The Bridle Path is an upscale residential neighborhood in Toronto,with large mansions on huge lots.
Paramedics attend to a man who was shot near the intersection of Dixon Road and Islington Avenue early on Monday morning.
Festivals: It doesn't seem possible, but the downtown Yonge Street strip is about to get a whole lot more colourful over the next few days.
At a time when mayoral candidates are jockeying for the limelight, denouncing tweets from rival operatives, attacking transit plans and going so far as to call for drug and alcohol testing, one candidate has been conspicuously silent.
The first museum in North America that will display only Islamic art will open to the public next month in Toronto.
The winning design for the 2014 NXT City Prize would see a stretch of Toronto's iconic Yonge Street transformed into a pedestrian-friendly public space.
Mayoral candidate Olivia Chow, seen above in a photo taken in May, took aim at John Tory's transit plans in an announcement on Wednesday.
At the end of this month, the TTC will debut a new design of streetcar for the first time in 26 years.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 05:18 am
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