Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly endorses Wynne in Ontario election; Volunteer Sony Centre board members resign en masse; Toronto wins 'intelligent community' award despite 'unique public challenge'; and ... read more
June has finally arrived, and with it comes Luminato, the annual ten-day celebration of arts and creativity, beginning this weekend in downtown Toronto. With Luminato drawing closer, UrbanToronto ... read more
Yesterday morning saw the official unveiling of the revitalized Market Street, a small north-south thoroughfare running along the west side of Toronto's historic St. Lawrence Market, and we were ... read more
Power outage leaves east end dark; Olivia Chow says she's the 'one person that can beat' Rob Ford; E-mail links the Fords to printer with family firm dealings; and more news...
Five things to ... read more
Completed in 1903, the pink sandstone facade of the Ontario Legislative Building at Queen's Park forms an impressive terminating vista at the north end of University Avenue, and is one of ... read more
June 4, 2014 7:40 pm | by Marcus Mitanis | Comments
After years of restoration and construction, the revitalization of Market Street has been officially recognized and commemorated with the unveiling of "Paul Oberman Walk". The only purpose-built ... read more
With vehicles over 30 years old, the Toronto Transit Commission's streetcar fleet is wearing out and has earned its place in our transit history. As Toronto emerges as a world city, the TTC is ... read more
If you are a fan of modern architecture and have wanted your abode to reflect your tastes, until recently unless you had an architect custom design you a home, just about your only choice was to ... read more
Ontario party leaders square off in debate; Former TCHC executives accused of fraudulent spending; Karen Stintz opposes sale of surplus TDSB property; and more news...
WATCH: The Ontario Leaders’ ... read more
The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal at the Royal Ontario Museum is one of those 'love it or hate it' buildings. The modern deconstructivist statement was designed by Daniel Libeskind, and since opening ... read more
June 3, 2014 3:10 pm | by Marcus Mitanis | Comments
Toronto's current building boom is intensifying this city in both traditional ways and new ones. The most obvious result is the buildings of all types that have replaced parking lots and smaller ... read more
Liberty Village has been transformed over the last several years, and it continues to evolve. The neighbourhood was once an industrial district, one of Toronto's largest manufacturing hubs, ... read more
'Hidden Cash' craze sweeps Toronto; Rob Ford vows to return to campaign July 1st; Don Valley "art fence" to increase access to trails; and more news...
25 years later, SkyDome contest winner ... read more
The Gardiner Expressway and downtown rail corridor both snake through the city centre, carrying tens of thousands of commuters in and out of Toronto every day. While these two pieces of transit ... read more