Highway 427 ramp closes for emergency repairs; Politicians rally for better bike infrastructure, John Tory a no-show; TTC returns over $47 million to the city; and more news...
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With the 15th annual Doors Open Toronto now over, photos are starting to pour in to our Flickr Pool. Doors Open gives the public behind-the-scenes access to some of the city's most closely guarded ... read more
The Entertainment District is in the midst of transforming into a high-density residential hub with the addition of countless high-rise condominiums, some complete, and many under construction. ... read more
Two major downtown project facing budget issues; Rob Ford drama invades cottage country; Plane evacuated at Pearson; and more news...
Olivia Chow adopts new area code to implement lucky ’888’ ... read more
The twilight hour has long been a favourite for photographers and painters looking to get the best of their view. In both natural and urban settings, the short period of time known as "blue hour" ... read more
This year's Doors Open Toronto event offers a multitude of exciting buildings and sites spread around the GTA to explore over this weekend. To get the most out of the weekend, we've created a ... read more
Of the many high-rise condominiums springing up from the ground in Toronto's Entertainment District, UrbanToronto readers have been paying especially close attention to a vitual instant landmark ... read more
May 23, 2014 12:39 pm | by Brandon Leal | Comments
Regional growth and economic expansion can only succeed if infrastructure investment follows along. Along a ribbon that cuts through Toronto's west side, Metrolinx is making major investments in ... read more
The CN Tower attracts over 2 million visitors annually, most of whom visit the tower's main observation deck. A far fewer number of visitors venture the additional 40 storeys up to the CN Tower's ... read more
May 22, 2014 3:15 pm | by Devon Johnson | Comments
Doors Open 2014 is coming this weekend for the festival's 15th year of behind-the-scenes public access to some of Toronto's most famous and well guarded landmarks. On May 24th and May 25th, many ... read more
The intersection of Temperance and Sheppard has long been a focal point for Toronto development enthusiasts. The former parking lot which borders the historic Graphic Arts Building has been ... read more
Rob Ford's SUV impounded; Muzik club owner pulls bid for new lease terms; TTC revises Queen streetcar diversion plan; and more news...
TTC union boss says driver abandoning passengers in bus ... read more
Serving as Toronto's undisputed main north-south thoroughfare, Yonge Street is arguably the most important street in the city, if not the region. Yonge connects Torontonians not just as a surface ... read more
For years, the main landmark of eastern Mississauga's primarily industrial waterfront were the quadruple smokestacks of Ontario Power Generation's Lakeview Generating Station, known by locals as ... read more