Thousands of women respond to actress Alyssa Milano's call to tweet 'me too' to raise sexual assault awareness
The largest bed-in ever in North America, on the Place Ville Marie Esplanade
Wealthy homeowners in the Annex are recycling the same old NIMBY complaints about neighbourhood character, Matt Elliott says.
Unnoticed by passersby and often unmarked by plaques, numerous Toronto addresses with big parts to play in cultural history sit mostly uncelebrated. In the Star’s new series, Local Legends, we tell you about them and put them on your mental map.
Amell took to social media to post photos of himself and his wife enjoying the annual parade. While many fans responded positively to his posts, some weren’t so happy with his decision to support the event.
Toronto’s carnival made good on some of its early promise to deliver social initiatives, but 50 years on it has never lived up to its euphoric possibilities to tangibly benefit the Black and Caribbean communities
When Alexis Jardin left her rented Liberty Village penthouse behind in 2008 after a breakup, she was ready to buy a home of her own, but she didn’t want to bring more than a few suitcases with her.
A former Vancouver Bachelorette and her personal trainer fiancé are back in town this weekend with their popular cross-country boot camp tour.
FreshKut Productions Inc. presents Yowronto, an International musical extravaganza, in time for Canada’s 150th year anniversary.
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Experts agree, opportunities in the STEAM disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics are growing at a rapid pace. Excelovate & First Book...