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Toronto hopes to change high-rise living with more shops at street level
The Residential Apartment Commercial Zone aims to provide a variety of on-site services that would support better physical and economic health in several communities.
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Vice President Joe Biden Promotes U.S. as Fracking Missionary Force On Ukraine Trip
During his two-day visit this week to Kiev, Ukraine, Vice President Joe Biden unfurled President Barack Obama's "U.S.Crisis Support Package for Ukraine."
Tue Apr 22, 2014
The top 10 music festivals in Ontario for 2014
The top music festivals in Ontario for 2014 will take you all around the province.
Easing the queasiness: Preparation may help to quell motion sickness symptoms
The city's overheated real estate market has seen many older homes and buildings plowed down by bulldozers.
Artists bring filmmakers to Toronto one city at a time
A new nomadic screening series popped up in Toronto's film community earlier this year: Regional Support Network imports the work of film makers from one region at a time for special showcases.
Make-A-WishA Canada Celebrates World Wish DayA from Coast to Coast
"World Wish DayA marks the anniversary of the first wish that inspired the creation of Make-A-Wish more than 30 years ago," said Jennifer Ritter, CEO, Make-A-WishA Canada.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
The Badger Herald Online
UW researchers look at how brains perceive distance during travel
After noticing the ways people interact dynamically with their environments during travel, researchers from the University of Wisconsin and the University of Toronto decided to explore the phenomenon.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
40 awesome finds from Vintage Crawl Toronto 2014
Vintage Crawl Toronto returned to Toronto's west-end vintage shops this week, letting vintage hoarders of all era allegiances have a blast shopping, drinking, and snacking .
Fri Apr 18, 2014
What's open and closed in Toronto over Easter weekend
The LCBO will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday with select stores open on Monday.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Toronto: Where to Go with Your Tax Refund: Over the Border to Toronto
Tax day is here, and you're probably excited...but not because you love sifting through receipts and credit card statements.
The Globe and Mail
Five things to do in Toronto this weekend: April 18 to 20
Grimaud Plays Brahms "A wrong note that is played out of A©lan," HA©lA ne Grimaud once said, "you hear it differently than one that is played out of fear."
In a city where so much fun is regulated, pot-smoking lounges cautiously test legal limits
The visiting Australian soul singer is astonished as I try to explain the concept of the so-called vapour lounges that have sprouted up all over town in recent years.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Toronto Star
What happened to the speedy, high-tech streetcars promised in 1975?
They were billed as big, high-tech and, oh boy, they were going to be fast - travelling up to 70 miles per hour.
Silver Bullet Comics
Bin There, Found That: Week 4
It was the weekend of my birthday and I was visiting Toronto's fabled Kensington Market.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
10 restaurants to eat Easter brunch in Toronto for 2014
Easter brunch in Toronto is kind of like the end of winter hibernation - and whether you're religious or not, we can all agree that the arrival of spring is worth celebrating.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
4th Annual Show Choir Canada National Championships Return to Toronto Today
Following in the sequined heels of the highly successful TVO fall 2013 documentary UNSUNG: BEHIND THE GLEE, the 4th annual Show Choir Canada National Championships returns to Toronto, featuring a brand-new competition format and divisions, at the Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts, today, April 12, 2014.
That time when Toronto was in love with Niagara Falls
Flying into Toronto from the south, you might get lucky and see Niagara Falls. You need a west-facing seat, of course.
The Philipine Reporter
Straight Talk with CTV's Zuraidah Alman
A 7 a.m. call is inevitable. When that phone rings, the coordinates of local news reporter can change day to day, even minute by minute.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Unique Spring Dating Ideas
Spring is finally here and everything's turning green, so get outside! Shed that winter coat and your Netflix addiction, and switch up your dating style by enjoying the long-awaited fresh air with your special someone.
The Globe and Mail
Pearson report calls for better communication, preparation for 'unusual' weather
The agency that manages Canada's busiest airport is vowing to improve its communication with passengers, expand its emergency operations centre and purchase additional equipment for "unusual" winter weather operation.