Food

The outdoor classroom Humber Food Learning Garden is now officially open....

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Premier Doug Ford confirmed the Progressive Conservative government will move ahead with its plan to bring back buck-a-beer by Aug. 27....

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Starbucks has announced it will eliminate plastic straws from all locations by the year 2020 but some environmentalists say this is only a small step for plastic reduction....

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Toronto's rich food culture is a hub of exotic and interesting food, but it was borne out of a culture of necessity. ...

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A line of people waiting patiently was the uncharacteristic scene on Gould Street last Tuesday afternoon....

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Maheen Malik It was cold and rainy along the sidewalks of King Street, with little to no cars in sight. When the clock hit 12, the lunch rush started to pour in. Wheels, however, weren’t...

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An east Toronto food bank has launched a campaign to encourage people to donate their $25 Loblaws gift cards to help feed the hungry....

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Beer at the grocery stores

Beer, cider being added to more grocery stores

September 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Ontario government is putting beer and cider into 95 more grocery stores in an effort to “improve convenience and choice” for people across Ontario....

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Steve’s, a 70-year-old family-run restaurant on Bathurst St. just north of the 401 has been operating for over a week after being fined by DineSafe Toronto for failing to properly clean room surfaces. ...

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By: Lotoya Davids As the summer comes to an end, Summerlunch+ continues to feed students during the school break. “If you’re hungry you’re not getting the most out of your summer,” Susan Wright, founder of...

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