Neighbourhood Affairs: Where in Toronto do the Cheaters Prosper?
Residents of Toronto have been engaging in extra-marital affairs in record numbers according to new data from AshleyMadison.com .
Mon Jul 21, 2014
The Toronto Star
Transgender man to represent Toronto at Gay Games
It had been five years since the Nova Scotia-born, Toronto resident competed in sport, an unusually long break after adolescent years spent vying for titles both locally and nationally in soccer, golf, skiing and snowboarding.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Katy Perry dons bizarre sheer green bodystocking that matches her...
At least it matches her hair! Katy Perry dons bizarre sheer green bodystocking as she takes break at Canadian pioneer village For Katy Perry was spotted wearing a bizarre full length see-through green body stocking as she explored an historic Canadian pioneer village on Sunday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Visitors find new Toronto by bike
Andrea Krejcik, third from right, a tour guide with Toronto Bike Tours, leads a group of cyclists through the busy streets of Kensington Market.
Globe and Mail
Summertime roadwork fest the start of a noisier - but sounder - future
Construction work at the intersection of Dundas St. West and Spadina Ave. on July 15 2014.
Public advised to allow for extra time due to road closures
The City of Toronto is advising the public to allow for extra time to get around due to a number of special events happening throughout the summer.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Photo Advisory - Happy Birthday, PACHI
One year since his unveiling as the official mascot of the TORONTO 2015 Games, PACHI is throwing a birthday bash to celebrate with all his friends.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Harry Yates: The man with the brand
Harry Yates worked for big advertising firms in New York and Los Angeles. In the late 1960s, Mr. Yates was sent to Toronto to be the creative director at the Doyle Dane Bernbach agency, and stayed in Canada for the rest of his life.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Get Your Fun On with the Kids this Summer
Whether visiting an amusement park or exploring a museum, local establishments provide a fun way to have an educational experience or to get outside for some fun.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Today in Toronto: Urban Beekeeping Bike Tour, Early Monthly Segments, Laughable, Yung Lean + Sad Boys
Today in Toronto you can take an urban beekeeping tour by bike: Penelope Stewart's beeswax exhibit "Vanitas" was a pick on our summer art shows list, and tonight you can check out the show and then bike from Koffler Gallery to the Portlands Energy Centre beehives where there will be honey samples and a demonstration.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Sightseeing by pedal power: Toronto touts ever-expanding cycle tourism options
The first-time visitor from Germany had resigned herself to the idea that Vancouver, the next leg of her cross-Canada tour, would make up for the disappointment.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Showing Yonge Street Some Love
Yonge Street's downtown strip has gone through some dramatic changes over the years-it's been music hotspot , pedestrian mall , grotty underbelly, and commercial centre-and the landmark stretch continues to evolve, through residential development , turnover at the Eaton Centre , and the growth of nearby Ryerson University.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Big Rock Labs Adds Kashif Shaikh and Uzair Khan to Toronto iOS Engineering Team
Vancouver, BC and Toronto, ON / ACCESSWIRE / July 7, 2014 / Big Rock Labs Inc. is pleased to announce that it has added two experienced iOS engineers to its Reach development team in Toronto.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Refugee health-care cuts: Doctors gave voice to 'most vulnerable'
Immigration Minister Chris Alexander says the government will fight the Federal Court ruling that found its cuts to refugee health care "cruel and unusual."
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Toronto's Park Hyatt hotel said to be nearing sale as city's high-end property market heats up
A view of the Park Hyatt Hotel in Toronto. Formerly the Park Plaza until it was purchased by Hyatt in 1999 for $107-million, the property is on the northwest corner of the major intersection of Bloor Street and Avenue Road, slightly removed from the hottest properties in Yorkville.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Rob Ford again 'proves that he's unfit,' John Tory says
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was back at work on Wednesday, a day in which he granted interviews to some media organizations, including the CBC.
The top 10 under the radar gelato in Toronto
Gelato in Toronto ain't exactly tough to find, so you hardly have to travel to Italy to have an Eat, Pray, Love -like experience.
Toronto: 5 Highlights from WorldPride
It was ten incredibly action packed gay days, with scores of events and parties that would have each on their own been worthy of traveling to attend.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Toronto Fringe Festival to Perform New Musical a Simple Twist of Faith, 7/2 - 7/13
This summer, the Kiever Shul, a synagogue in the heart of Kensington Market, will be home to one of the Toronto Fringe Festival's most compelling new shows.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
The Globe and Mail
When it comes to the arts, here's what Toronto needs in a mayor
Canadian Opera Company general director Alexander Neef, interim CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Roberta Smith, director of the Royal Ontario Museum Janet Carding, and Art Gallery of Ontario director Matthew Teitelbaum Canadian Opera Company general director Alexander Neef, interim CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Roberta Smith, director ... (more)