Flo & Joan: 5 reasons why we love Toronto:Sisters Flo & Joan are an award-winning British comedy duo

Sisters Rosie and Nicola Dempsey are the award-winning British comedy duo Flo & Joan. [Read entire story]

‘Save the Grace’ meeting called to oppose Scarborough hospital cuts:Event takes place Feb. 25 at L’Amoreaux Community Recreation Centre

A community campaign is forming against closure of obstetrics and pediatrics wards at Scarborough Health Network’s Birchmount site, as Agincourt residents, doctors and other medical staff look to the province to [Read entire story]

Here’s why I put my constituency office at Scarborough Civic Centre:The location has many advantages, says Jennifer McKelvie

To the editor: I have made the decision to locate my constituency office at the Scarborough Civic Centre at 150 Borough Dr. My fellow Scarborough councillors Ainslie, Crawford and Thompson also have their [Read entire story]

City contacts 3,000 residents after Agincourt Recreation Centre fire:Some 900 have yet to choose new program location or credit

The City of Toronto says it’s reached all of the almost 3,000 people whose recreation programs or permits were cancelled after closure of Agincourt Recreation Centre. Destruction of the Glen Watford Drive building [Read entire story]

Pets up for adoption in Toronto

ADOPT-A-PET TORONTO is a partnership between toronto.com and the Toronto Humane Society. [Read entire story]

Etobicoke’s Queensway Park Skating Trail throws opening party Saturday:Event starts at 11 a.m. with free hot chocolate, music and activities

Event starts at 11 a.m. with free hot chocolate, music and activities [Read entire story]

Etobicoke man, 18, charged in armed robbery south of Guelph

An 18-year-old Etobicoke man is facing charges of armed robbery and uttering death threats following an armed robbery south of Guelph in December 2018. [Read entire story]

Judge hands serial killer Bruce McArthur concurrent life sentences

Serial killer Bruce McArthur — who killed eight men with ties to Toronto’s Gay Village in the span of seven years — has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years. [Read entire story]

PHOTO SHOOTS: Simply Swagg combines street dance with ethics:Paul (Kaze) Thurton has choreographed acts for Drake and Busta Rhymes

Paul (Kaze) Thurton has choreographed acts for Drake and Busta Rhymes [Read entire story]

Aviator Danforth offers up drinks and dinner with a dash of nostalgia

Aviator Danforth opens its doors this winter with an international flair. [Read entire story]

2019 JUNO Awards in March

Sarah McLachlan will host the 48th annual @TheJUNOAwards in London, Ontario on Sunday, March 17, 2019. The Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee and 12-time JUNO Award winner will take the helm of Canada's [Read entire story]

Wiarton Willie 2019 Prediction

The little guy even has his own twitter account.Wiarton Willie‏ @willieofficial 2h2 hours ago. So, my #prediction is #official. I didn't see my shadow so an early spring it is. #officialprediction #earlyspring [Read entire story]

Tallest building in Canada coming to Bloor and Yonge streets

The One: At 1 Bloor St. W., this highrise condominium tower by developer Sam Mizrahi will, when completed, be 85 storeys tall and Canada's tallest building. [Read entire story]

Scarborough resident unhappy with councillor constituency office location

I have been living at my current address in Ward 25 for over thirty years. In the past, the serving councillors had a constituency office in the ward where residents had easy access to them. Now, the new councillor [Read entire story]

Jann Arden, nine Torontonians among Order of Canada recipients:Governor General of Canada Julie Payette to invest 35 Canadians on Friday

Governor General of Canada Julie Payette to invest 35 Canadians on Friday [Read entire story]

Analysis: How will smaller council affect individual councillors?:Take our poll below: Do you think councillors will individually be more influential now that there are fewer of them?

The Question: How will the 25-ward system affect the power of a local councillor? The Conclusion: Councillors will have more resources and clout, but that may not be good for democracy. [Read entire story]

Love of music brings east-end Toronto community together:Take our poll below: Would you join a community band or choir?

THE ISSUE: Building community LOCAL IMPACT: An east-end group uses music to bring Pocket neighbourhood residents together [Read entire story]

Scarborough health care divide deepens after Birchmount cuts approved:Take our poll below: Do you agree with the decision to cut Obstetrics and Pediatrics at Birchmount?

THE ISSUE: Equitable hospital care LOCAL IMPACT: Birchmount service cuts have led to concerns about the future of health care in Scarborough [Read entire story]

You can’t expect too much from a post-election budget:The budget keeps the Toronto property tax increase at or below the rate of inflation, writes David Nickle

The budget keeps the Toronto property tax increase at or below the rate of inflation, writes David Nickle [Read entire story]

Residents intrigued and concerned over plans to develop Dufferin Mall:Take our poll below: Can Bloor-Dufferin handle another mega development?

THE ISSUE: Dufferin mall development LOCAL IMPACT: Residential groups are calling for community input before building proceeds. [Read entire story]

Etobicoke Parent Network regroups to fight against cuts to education:Take our poll below: Are you concerned about cuts to Ontario’s education system?

THE ISSUE: Ontario education cuts LOCAL IMPACT: Concerned families have revived the Etobicoke Parent Network to advocate against school cuts. [Read entire story]

Progress on plans for new Dante Alighieri, Regina Mundi schools:Take our poll below: Should the province chip in the extra funds needed for this project?

THE ISSUE: Deteriorating schools LOCAL IMPACT: The Catholic board plans to rebuild and renovate two schools in North York [Read entire story]

Don’t be SAD, winter is almost over!

Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, hits hardest in winter and in Canada, winter seems to last forever. You can try to beat the blues by getting out in the sun when it occasionally peaks out of the snow clouds or keep [Read entire story]

#the7TO The 7 at Hudson’s Bay art installation

The creative team at Toronto's iconic downtown department store has installed several art pieces on the 7th floor of Hudson's Bay at Yonge and Queen Streets.The experimental space is in a hallway that leads to the [Read entire story]

Winter Stations Ice Breakers 2019

Harbourfront's Waterfront BIA has brought back the winter time art installations along Queens Quay West in Toronto, presented by PortsToronto. Five new creations were selected from over 100 Canadian and international [Read entire story]

CBC Superfan Weekend

Toronto's CBC building at Front and Wellington Streets is full of fans meeting their favorite celebrities during three days of meet and greets and Q and As. Starting Friday, January 18 (7-11pm) and continuing Saturday, [Read entire story]

#IDS Interior Design Show 2019

The design industry comes together to the 'experience the power of design' at the four-day, January 17-20 Interior Design Show at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre south building. Each year of IDS is an individual [Read entire story]

Honda Indy Toronto will welcome the NTT IndyCar Series

Global information technology and communications company NTT has become the new title sponsor of the IndyCar Series in 2019 and beyond, taking over from Verizon. The announcement was made during media days at the 2019 [Read entire story]

The Niagara Icewine Festival is on again

The fruits of winter are flowing again in Ontario's wine country - Niagara-on-the-Lake, during the annual Niagara Icewine Festival January 11-27, 2019. Forty wineries across Niagara are participating in the Discovery [Read entire story]

NASCAR Pinty’s Series 2019 Schedule

2018 Champion L.P. Dumoulin will have his hands full defending his title as there are a lot of drivers that have been champions in the stock car series ready to take the top spot once again. L.P. won the 2018 title with [Read entire story]

Change is Good at Union Station

A & W has created an art installation made of their last plastic straws and placed it in front of Toronto's busiest commuter hub.The red straws spell out 'change is good' and most times it is, but often it drags out [Read entire story]

#IDS The Interior Design Show 2019 is coming

 Canada's Design Fair is coming back to Toronto starting with Professional Trade Days and an Opening Night Party on Thursday, January 17th and ending with House and Home Sunday on the 20th. The Interior Design Show [Read entire story]

North American International Motorcycle Supershow 2018

The big one by the airport is back once again to make Toronto forget all about winter. It's time to buy a new bike and plan your tours - or just dream about your perfect motorcycle if you did actually ride. The North [Read entire story]

Toronto Car Shows and Races 2019

It is hard to believe that the roads many thousands of people take on a daily basis, with regular speed limits up to 60 kph, are taken over by high performance IndyCars as Toronto becomes a racetrack in and around [Read entire story]