An exciting event for architectural enthusiasts, the nominees for the 2014 Pug Awards were announced last week. The Pug Awards are an architectural awards program which gives the public the ... read more
Doug Ford for Mayor?; Ontario election campaign kicks off; Hundreds of Toronto drivers misuse accessible parking permits; and more news...
Doug Ford doesn’t dismiss idea of running to replace Rob ... read more
Home prices continue to rise in Toronto; The TTC takes to YouTube to explain upcoming closures; Rob Ford turned back from US; and more news...
Average price of single home in Toronto shoots up 13% ... read more
May 5, 2014 11:55 am | by Marcus Mitanis | Comments
Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat joined City staff, industry representatives, and interested residents on April 24 at City Hall to host another installment of the Chief Planner Roundtable series. ... read more
Meteor streaks over Toronto sky on Sunday; Chicago and Toronto compared; Ontario Provincial election campaign heats up; and more news...
Toronto meteor sends shockwave over southern Ontario ... read more
High-rise condominium towers continue to populate Toronto's Entertainment District, a part of the city known for its eclectic blend of dining, nightlife and entertainment venues, but most notably, ... read more
Toronto to get new courthouse; Mayor Ford's struggles continue; Subway outage causes morning mayhem; and more news...
US late-night hosts all joke about Rob Ford’s rehab, but wish him well ... read more
Rob Ford taking leave of absence in wake of new drug video; Toronto cop retires with 9-hour horse ride to Pickering; Premier warns Liberals to brace for election; and more news...
Rob Ford ... read more
April 30, 2014 7:58 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
Transit related news takes centre stage in today's headlines; Construction proceeding on Eglinton LRT; Chow's transit plans attacked by mayoral candidates; Karen Stintz's transit funding solution; ... read more
April 29, 2014 7:14 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
Toronto sees longest commute times in Ontario; Challenges ahead for TCHC; Street sign auction proves popular, but not everyone happy about "celebrity" signatures; and more news...
Rob Ford has no ... read more
April 28, 2014 6:05 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
Eugene Jones out, tenants pessimistic after shakeup at TCHC; Former wrestler snubbed by Ford; Southcore giving Bay Street a run for its money; and more news...
The giants of Bay Street may be ... read more
April 25, 2014 8:20 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
TCHC board meets to debate the fate of CEO Gene Jones; Denzil Minnan-Wong will not be running for mayor; Gardiner Expressway to close for the weekend; and more news...
Augimeri’s conspiracy theory ... read more
April 24, 2014 1:15 pm | by Salena Barry | Comments
As Toronto continues to develop and change at break-neck speed, many residents are looking for ways to preserve memories of different parts of the city. In order to facilitate this, the City has ... read more
April 24, 2014 6:30 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
Google Street View reveals Toronto's past; Growth-cap feud puts island airport expansion talks in jeopardy; Rob Ford calls for ombudsman's termination after scathing report released; and more ... read more
April 23, 2014 8:12 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
Ottawa rejects idea of giving Toronto control of Downsview Park; John Tory vows to plant almost 4 million trees if elected; Adam Vaughan leading the polls in Trinity-Spadina byelection; and more ... read more
Heritage Toronto is about to kick off another season—their 20th—of walking tours throughout our city, and the second in which they have also offered bike and bus tours. The first tours of the year ... read more
April 22, 2014 6:30 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
Toronto Councillor claims Federal Government attempting to auction off Downsview Park; Runnymede fire station "closed by Rob Ford"; Adam Vaughan emerging as star candidate in Liberal byelection; ... read more
April 21, 2014 8:00 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
U of T faculty considering unionization; Toronto has four less fire trucks as of today; Market Street revival a testament to late developer Paul Oberman; and more news...
Sam the Record Man is ... read more
April 17, 2014 4:35 pm | by Salena Barry | Comments
The Junction is one of Toronto's most interesting neighbourhoods. Untouched by gentrification until relatively recently, the area which is home to a broad mix of blue collar and professional ... read more