TDSB will do an inventory report to determine whether school sites can be severed and sold off.
When disaster strikes, ham radio operators provide a lifeline of information to areas in desperate need.
Rouge Park, a massive oasis some 47 square kilometres of natural land inside the GTA, is slowly being turned into Rouge National Urban Park.
In honour of Canada Day, The Epoch Times has compiled a mini-guide to events around the GTA in the coming days.
Over 5000 athletes from around the globe competed this Saturday at The 24th annual Tim Hortons International Dragon Boat Race Festival at Toronto Island.
A review of cycling deaths in Ontario has given rise to 14 recommendations in a report from the chief coroner’s office.
Mount Pleasant Village is home to a variety of unique restaurants and cafes that include some of Toronto’s finest eateries attracting regulars and tourists alike.
“It’s finished, which is good. Selling 80 percent [of a project’s units] in two weeks … was nice while it lasted, but that’s where all this panic, this bubble talk, comes from.” Andrew Kowalsky, vice-president of sales and marketing at [...]
“He who fails to plan, plans to fail.” Winston Churchill, or whichever ancient sage originally uttered this aphorism, may need to be reminded by Robert Burns that “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry” without understanding [...]
Last year the GTA condo market was record-breaking. With unrest in the west and a steady stream of media doom and gloom, we caught up with Ben Myers, executive vice president of Urbanation, to find out what the 2012 Q1 [...]