RJ Barrett fills the stat sheet in Duke’s rout of Stetson

Freshman RJ Barrett had 26 points, seven rebounds and a season-high seven assists, and No. 3 Duke routed Stetson 113-49 on Saturday night. [Read entire story]

Young fan whose moves went viral meets NBA’s Stephen Curry ahead of Raptors game

Zachary Walker went viral after he showed off his handles during a halftime exhibition at a Toronto Raptors game. [Read entire story]

Brampton MP Raj Grewal rethinking decision to resign, says he repaid gambling debts

OTTAWA—Brampton East MP Raj Grewal said Friday night that he might not actually resign seat, despite admitting to a gambling addiction that drove him to borrow money from family and friends and prompted him to [Read entire story]

Is this the noisiest neighbourhood in Toronto?

In a new occasional series, the Star delves into 311 data to see what our concerns say about the city. In the second instalment, we look at one of the biggest reasons why people pick up the phone to dial 311: the noise [Read entire story]

Looking for a cannabis store near you? These cities could become the GTA’s ‘dry’ zones

Aside from cannabis stores being at least 150 metres away from any school, it’s hard to to predict where they will pop up when they begin to open across Ontario come April.But it’s a good bet they might be [Read entire story]

USMCA? CUSMA? What the new NAFTA is called depends on who’s talking

At a campaign rally last week in Mississippi, Donald Trump broke into song.“Y-M-C-A,” the U.S. president sang for a moment, briefly and tentatively channelling the Village People.He was singing because he [Read entire story]

Mayor John Tory says Toronto should agree to share info with the province on uploading the TTC subway

Mayor John Tory is recommending that the city co-operate with the provincial government in an information-sharing agreement that would further Premier Doug Ford’s controversial plan to upload the TTC subway system [Read entire story]

Rosie DiManno: Police officer shot by another officer in Niagara has extensive disciplinary record

Two men with guns.One man shot possibly five times.In the “normal” course of violence, thoughts might turn immediately to gang-bangers, street crime, drug turf wars or a revenge hit.But these were both police [Read entire story]

Critics decry lack of transparency around police shooting in Pelham

Officially, what transpired just after noon Thursday between two Niagara Regional Police officers can be summarized succinctly: one officer allegedly shot the other multiple times, sending him to hospital where he [Read entire story]

Martin Regg Cohn: PC bait and switch on climate change punishes Ontario taxpayers to pay off polluters

Within days of their June electoral triumph, Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives proudly declared cap and trade dead. As per their campaign platform.Promise made, promise kept.Not to worry, the governing Tories [Read entire story]

Edward Keenan: Helping children have a happy holiday

Christmas is one of those events in life that can become fun again, more fun than ever before, after you have children. An afternoon in the park is another, Halloween too, to name another holiday.Just as the joy had [Read entire story]

Six things you missed at Après Noir’s dinner party finale

Spoiler: One is Drake [Read entire story]

Former NFLers turned curlers take shot at Olympic rings

What started out as a harmless bet with his buddies about a year ago now has former NFL defensive end Jared Allen on a curling odyssey he hopes ends in Olympic aspirations. [Read entire story]

Every new title coming to Netflix Canada in December

Including a new Jennifer Aniston dramedy, a post-apocalyptic thriller starring Sandra Bullock, and an Oscar hopeful from Academy Award-winning director Alfonso Cuarón [Read entire story]

Oh, heel no: Alberta moves to ban mandatory high heels at work

CALGARY—Bosses will no longer be able to require their staff to wear high heels, the Alberta government announced Friday. In an announcement at an Edmonton restaurant Friday morning, Alberta Labour Minister [Read entire story]

The LCBO’s best gift wines

Fourteen exceptional bottles to give or cellar for a special occasion [Read entire story]

Toronto Life Insider memberships go on sale next week

Your best Toronto life is right around the corner [Read entire story]

Here’s what TTC Metropasses looked like over the last four decades

After 38 years, the TTC is retiring its monthly Metropass at the end of December [Read entire story]

Condo of the Week: $1.25 million for a hard loft in Little Italy

See inside a loft in an ex-industrial building [Read entire story]

I don’t feel bad. I’m not going to stop. And you will never, ever catch me, says CRA scammer

VANCOUVER—The job is like being an executioner, says the voice on the other end of the phone. It’s just what he’s paid to do.The man with a light English accent says he’s speaking from an [Read entire story]

‘Fifteen, 50 years, it could be anything’: Toronto police say their St. Michael’s College investigation is open to historic complaints

There’s no limit on how far back the investigation at St. Michael’s College School into incidents of alleged sexual assault and assault among students will go, Toronto police say, and they are interested in [Read entire story]

Inside Artscape Daniels Launchpad, Toronto’s new $34-million creative co-working hub

With 30,000 square feet of state-of-the-art resources for creatives [Read entire story]

Kawhi Leonard leads Raptors over Warriors in thrilling OT win

A night billed as a potential NBA finals preview certainly lived up to its billing Thursday. Kawhi Leonard poured in 37 points, his best as a Raptor, to lead Toronto to its seventh straight victory, a thrilling 131-128 [Read entire story]

Warriors’ Thompson suggests meeting with Raptors might be a ‘preview of June’

If Thursday's Raptors' game versus Golden State in Toronto wasn't already the most eagerly anticipated matchup north of the border this season, Klay Thompson cranked up the hype machine, suggesting it might be a "preview [Read entire story]

This new art exhibit tackles the history of monstrosity

The University of Toronto's De Monstris exhibit examines the role monsters played in European history [Read entire story]

Why the lobster at Rodney’s Oyster House is one of Toronto’s essential dishes

We're asking some of the city’s top food folks about their favourite T.O. meals [Read entire story]

House of the Week: $4 million for a gigantic converted community centre near the Ossington strip

See inside a stylishly renovated ex-industrial building that's up for sale [Read entire story]

This Toronto artist makes crazy mythological sculptures using nothing but Lego

One of his sculptures take over 700 hours to complete [Read entire story]

My beautiful death

I spent 15 years sanding and grinding mussel shells to create my sculptures. I had no idea they were slowly killing me [Read entire story]

“I try out a new café almost every weekend”: How a 22-year-old content marketer spends her money

She dedicates part of her monthly food budget to running a brunch blog [Read entire story]

Barrett, Duke put lone loss behind them with rout of Indiana

No. 3 Duke put its lone loss firmly in the past just as easily as Williamson left those Hoosiers in his wake. Williamson scored 25 points, RJ Barrett added 22 and Duke routed Indiana 90-69 on Tuesday night in the ACC/Big [Read entire story]

Raptors’ hot 3-point shooting sinks Grizzlies

Kyle Lowry had 24 points and six assists, Fred VanVleet added 18 points and Toronto used a 3-point shooting burst in the fourth quarter to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 122-114 on Tuesday night. [Read entire story]

Rental of the Week: $4,500 per month for a two-bedroom condo with a view of High Park

See inside a rental suite across from the park [Read entire story]

Toronto’s best Italian restaurants

Some of our favourite places to carbo-load [Read entire story]