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4 hrs ago | 680News
An east-end Toronto park was inundated with fans of Rob Ford on Friday for the mayor's scheduled Ford Fest bash.
5 hrs ago | CBC News
Fort York will be transformed into a foodie wonderland for four days of summer eating, drinking and entertainment.
The 100 bus to Flemingdon Park is both bustling and hustling; it gets a lot of people where they need to go in this part of the city.
Performing Arts: So far, this summer has seen music, film, theatre, and food in the spotlight, and now it's time to focus on the foxy females .
Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon.
Rolling stops, red light-running and speeding seem to have become ingrained in Toronto's driving culture; especially on smaller streets.
Of the 1,308 Toronto cyclists hit by opening car doors between 2005 and 2013, most were hurt but only one was killed: A 57-year-old man biking east on Eglinton Avenue West on a May afternoon in 2008 when a 43-year-old woman opened her car door and sent the man flying into traffic, where he was hit by a truck.
Rina Singha Kathak Dance Organization is proud to present its 7th annual Kathak Mahotsav Canada, August 14th - 16th at the Fairview Library Theatre, in Toronto.
This screenshot from a dashcam video posted on Youtube July 21, 2014, shows a Toronto Transit Commission running a red light and nearly hitting a pedestrian at the intersection of Eglinton Ave. and Ionview Rd. This screenshot from a dashcam video posted on Youtube July 21, 2014, shows a Toronto Transit Commission running a red light and nearly ... (more)
A man, who fired a gun outside an apartment building in Newmarket shortly after midnight, is in serious condition following a police shooting, and the province's police watchdog is now investigating.
A long standing member of the Kiwanis Club of Trail was honoured for his 61 years of continued service to the organization earlier this month.
Police are cracking down on speeding and hazardous driving in the Leaside neighbourhood where a seven-year-old was struck and killed last week.
Every week, until the municipal election this fall, the Star is trekking around the city to find out what issues are on peoples' minds.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 04:26 pm
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