NEWS

Council to hear appeal for higher speed

Council to hear appeal for higher speed

Ward 26 councillor Jon Burnside says he has the support of the mayor’s office to reverse the latest speed reduction on the…

Bishop Strachan School opens cutting-edge addition

Bishop Strachan School cut the ribbon to its 64,000-square foot…

Mount Pleasant residents continue fight against Brownlow

Residents of Soudan Avenue hold a yard sale to raise…

Mount Pleasant Village rocks with Harvest Fair

Residents of the Mount Pleasant Village enjoyed an unnaturally balmy…

SPORTS

UTS athlete of the year wins gold at Canada Games

UTS athlete of the year wins gold at Canada Games

Eighteen-year-old University of Toronto Schools alumna Clara Gravely won gold in sailing at the Canadian Games in Gimli, Man. on Aug. 3.

North Toronto senior wins gold with provincial team

North Toronto CI student Kembo Kibato injured himself during the…

North Toronto camp expands into Etobicoke, Hamilton

A lot has happened in two years for the True…

Havergal senior passes cross country, track torch

Martha MacDonald didn’t know whether she was going to be…

BUSINESS

Midtown couple launch handbag line in Yorkville

Midtown couple launch handbag line in Yorkville

Right after Piper and Skye’s soft launch in New York City, co-founders Joanna MacDonald and Shawn Fulton got married. But that was…

Former banker sets up travel agency in Davisville

Helen Robertson left her 27-year career at the Royal Bank…

Games shop brings role playing to Yonge and Eg

New hobby shop Three Kingdoms has taken up residence in…

Honest Ed’s closure brings La-La-Land to midtown

Hollywood Canteen was previously Mirvish Village but development forced owners…

ARTS

Gossip Girl shenanigans invade midtown high schools

Gossip Girl shenanigans invade midtown high schools

Like a page ripped out of the Gossip Girl novel series, midtown has its own lurid blog, Miss Informed, making the rounds…

His script on serial killer’s father finally to start filming

After leaving journalism behind in 1991, Allenby resident James Russell…

Exotic car show lights the fires in Yorkville

Every Father’s Day, volunteers of the Yorkville Exotic Car Show…

Forest Hiller uncovers family secret in CBC documentary

Malka Rosenbaum, 67, shared a detail from her past that…

LIFE

Despite controversies, Keewatin known as a safe, neighbourly place to live

Despite controversies, Keewatin known as a safe, neighbourly place to live

Keewatin Avenue, in the heart of the Yonge-Eglinton neighbourhood, is named for the Aboriginal term for Canada’s central land mass.

Sugar, salt, fat—how do you pick a healthy diet?

An interview with registered dietitian Daphna Steinberg at Sunnybrook looking…

A cosy, cottagy, off-the-beaten-path feeling

While one of the first things you may notice on…

Capoeira studio brings Brazil to kids

In the early evening, youngsters come into Axé Capoeira on…