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

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

SPACINGSTORE: Neighbourhood toques

WHAT: City of Neighbourhood toques sale WHEN: Until Friday, Feb 28 WHERE: Spacingstore.ca HOW MUCH: $30 after discount code (see... 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

Toronto’s Art Deco disrict? Take a walk along Eglinton Avenue West

On a recent walk along Eglinton just east of Bathurst, I noticed that several blocks are lined with beautiful Art Deco apartment... Read More

Yorkville Avenue fire at former home of Toronto writer Mazo de la Roche

Yesterday’s fire at 86 and 84 Yorkville Avenue was a day long event; when I walked by 11 hours after it started Toronto Fire was... Read More

Regent Park Placemakers: Life after relocation

Trevlyn Kennedy travels to Regent Park almost every day. Regent Park is where she met her mentor, Kenneth Slater, a highly respected... Read More

FoodShare’s new food trucks aim to give grocery stores food for thought

In the early 90s, when FoodShare first thought up the idea of bringing markets on wheels — food trucks filled with fresh, affordable... Read More