Over 50 protests have broken out today across Canada to protest against cutbacks on employee perks at various Tim Hortons locations.
At the Toronto Transit Commission board meeting on Thursday afternoon, members discussed strategies to address overcrowding on the Line 1 subway.
A new facility in Leslieville has opened on Monday, in time for the next dip in temperatures expected to hit Toronto over the weekend.
Toronto’s first female mayor, June Rowlands, has died at the age of 93.
Pamela Geller, writer of anti-Islamic website, The Geller Report will be talking about fighting Islamization in the West on December 18. The event which will take place at Canada Christian College is organized by the Jewish Defense League (JDL).
Motorists are encouraged to ensure their cars are locked while shopping for a long period of time this holiday season.
Starting December 1, you won’t have to pay a fee to get your phone unlocked from your cellular service provider.
With an Ontario Colleges faculty strike set to possibly begin on Oct. 16, students at the University of Guelph-Humber learned this morning that the strike would affect their class schedules as well.