Toronto's skyline has plenty of classic 'postcard' angles, like the view from Centre Island or in front of the Flatiron Building, but it is elevated vantage points from the city's high-rise towers ... read more
When the Lawrence Subway Station opened in 1973, it significantly increased the value and demand for office space, leading to the construction of a six-storey office building on the northwest ... read more
The Gooderham Building which sits at the Front/Wellington/Church intersection has become an iconic bit of Toronto architecture since being built in 1892. One of Toronto's newer icons is the ... read more
This July, "Creative Mornings," a recurring 'breakfast lecture series' aimed at the creative community, has taken on the theme of heritage. Creative Mornings offer not just valuable insight and ... read more
City council to vote on candidates vying to fill vacant seats; Former aide to Karen Stintz backs LRT plan; Why Waterfront Toronto is a good investment; and more news...
Doug Ford’s ‘jihad’ ... read more
This week marked our nation's 147th birthday, and Canada Day celebrations rocked the night sky around Toronto for the annual occasion. Today's Photo of the Day, which comes to us from Katrin Ray ... read more
July 4, 2014 1:40 pm | by Marcus Mitanis | Comments
Heritage Toronto is offering a series of walking, bike, bus and boutique tours throughout the summer until the end of October. Since 1949, Heritage Toronto has helped promote the city's vast ... read more
Next summer, the West Don Lands will play host to countries from across North, Central and South America and the Caribbean for the 2015 Pan Am Games. The new mixed-use neighbourhood is still in ... read more
Deaf restaurant offers edible lessons in sign language; TTC reports nearly 18,000 crashes since 2009; Father of autistic man files complaint against Doug Ford; and more news...
Rob Ford’s ... read more