As part of a new anti-harassment campaign, TTC has launched an app where commuters can report incidents of assault directly to the TTC
At the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries on Rexdale Boulevard, congregants expect their weekly congregation of more than 500 to swell to 8,000 within 10 years
Runia Hilo, 23, a York University student and part-time employee at a Greek restaurant deals with problem gambling.
The Etobicoke Camera Club continued to innovate Ontario photography-judging traditions by including live-judging for their contests.
Following a vote by city council the late Rob Ford will not have Centennial Park Stadium in Etobicoke named after him.
Job fairs might be thought as the answer for anyone who’s looking for employment. If you’re a student, though, your search might be harder then you expected. That’s what students found out at the NAPP Canada Job Fair at Woodbine Centre Mall a couple of weeks ago.
The City of Toronto has decided to stay firm on the protection for black walnut trees despite the number of complaints from residents who have said that the tree has caused damage to their properties.
Students are renting illegal rooming houses to compete with a lack of alternatives according to one Toronto city councillor.
Toronto councilors have chosen to back away from the proposed ban on the sale of caffeinated energy drinks on city property, such as recreational centres, parks, stadiums, and public squares.