Rexdale deserves a spa: An invitation to Therme

Therme Canada’s proposal for a spa is better suited for Woodbine Entertainment’s renewal plan, and would allow the City of... Read More

Beaches historical sight: East of Silver Birch

Toronto historian Richard White has recently completed an original new history of the Beaches neighbourhood that should be out and... Read More

Midtown Toronto’s much-loved, largest green space re-opens – after $35 million and more than four years of construction

David A. Balfour Park, midtown Toronto’s largest public green space, has finally re-opened after being closed for infrastructure... Read More

Will Bill 23 kill heritage protections?

The Ontario government has proposed new legislation called the More Homes, Built Faster Act (Bill 23). But I’d prefer an act called... Read More

EVENT: “Streetcars and the Shifting Geographies of Toronto” book launch at the Spacing Store

WHAT: Streetcars and the Shifting Geographies of Toronto book launch WHERE: Spacing Store, 401 Richmond St. W. WHEN: Thursday... Read More

Monumental success: Toronto’s Stone Distillery has stood the test of time

The Stone Distillery, which anchors the southwest corner of the Distillery Historic District, is a noble backdrop for thousands of... Read More

Rewind/Forward: ArtworxTO’s new exhibit celebrating Jamaican and bass music culture

When we think about Toronto’s diversity, the idea of multiculturalism comes to the forefront. But how did we come to enjoy these... Read More

Kensington is funky and non-conventional. Its streets should be too

Kensington Market is one of Toronto’s most charismatic and iconic neighbourhoods, distinguished for its cultural impact. Putting your... Read More