The latest in stunt photography on the roofs of Toronto buildings has gathered some online traction, but also the attention of police.
When the Cleveland Cavaliers raised their NBA championship banner earlier this week, Tristan Thompson wasn’t just thanking his teammates and fans but his family as well.
One month after launching its service to fly from Toronto to Niagara, Greater Toronto Airways is hitting some turbulence.
It’s the annual migration in the wilds of Toronto that most city dwellers likely aren’t aware of.
Uber’s rush hour ride-sharing service UberPOOL allows passengers travelling together to split their fare, but sometimes deviates from a direct route and takes more time than public transit.
A large rig in Lake Ontario near Ashbridge’s Bay is part of a project to create a new 3.5 kilometre outfall tunnel from the wastewater treatment plant.
The fences are now down where a private patio for La Carnita restaurant on John Street once stood.
A Kitchener mother is thanking a waiter she says saved her baby’s life when he performed first aid on the choking tot.
A mother and her autistic daughter were forced to leave a public outdoor swimming area in Mississauga last week after the woman said she wouldn’t enter the pool to provide supervision due to religious reasons.
The possibility of lanes dedicated to transit and other vehicles being restricted along King Street could be in the city’s future.
Gabrielle-Angelina Sirois says she was groped and propositioned for sex by a Toronto cab driver who parked outside her home and called her relentlessly, and she is speaking out publicly in hopes of encouraging others to come forward.
Provincial and federal governments are under renewed pressure to stop putting immigration detainees with severe mental illness in jail and solitary confinement indefinitely.
The fail-safe method for Ontario police forces to determine blood-alcohol levels may be flawed.
The second phase of a campaign aimed at preparing downtown Toronto for further growth has been launched by city officials.
Sobeys is being criticized for selling pre-cut, pitted avocados that have been packaged in plastic and cardboard.