EVENT: Education & Justice in Toronto

The final event of the Justice in Toronto lecture series takes place tomorrow at 230 College Street. This free evening lecture will... Read More

Is Toronto’s music scene segregated by race, class, & geography? The NICE show hopes to change that

EDITOR’S NOTE: NICE is a new curatorial collaboration between two veteran music promoters: independent presenter Dalton Higgins... Read More

Karla’s Story: A tragic illustration of the city’s class divide

I begin by clumsily expressing my condolences for the sudden passing of Karla’s husband Derrick. Karla is a childhood friend that I... Read More

On loving Toronto — memories of the Annex and discovering Scarborough

EDITORS NOTE: We’re pleased to publish this meditation on being from Toronto by Christina Wong. Christina recently got her PhD... Read More

La Ville Reine — The French underground is all around us in Toronto

Last week I was driving along College enjoying a jazzy groove on 90.3 FM Espace Musique. When the song ended and the hosts returned to... Read More

Keeping warm this winter in Toronto’s indoor spaces

For most Torontonians, Spring couldn’t come any sooner. The icy cold that has gripped the city since December has let up on only a few... Read More

EVENT: Justice in Housing in Toronto

The Justice in Toronto Lecture Series will hold its second event of 2014 on Thursday, February 27. This evening lecture will explore... Read More

The problem with development in Toronto

Have you ever wondered why all the new development in Toronto is located downtown? Apart from the obvious reason that downtown real... Read More

Event & exhibition: Telling — An audio survey of Parkdale

A new exhibition curated by Gallery 1313 has set site-specific audio art works throughout Parkdale until November 30th. Stop by the... Read More