Police are looking for a driver of a black sedan after a man died in a collision in Etobicoke

A 59-year-old man died in a collision in Etobicoke on Friday afternoon, Toronto police said. Officers responded to a call about a collision east of Hwy. 427 at the intersection of Burnhamthorpe Rd. and Shaver Avenue North around noon. Police say a gold Pontiac Montana van and a black sedan were driving west at high … Read more

‘They gag people’: New Brunswick orders suspension of original land recognitions – and faces national backlash

Julianna Peter-Paul says it is “just one more thing” that the New Brunswick government has done to its people “to be reconciled later.” The 27-year-old from the Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq nation, who works part-time for the provincial archives, was stunned this week when the province ordered all state employees to stop giving land recognitions that recognize … Read more

Looking back at the real estate agent’s King West TikTok reveals a great deal of uncertainty in Toronto

A Toronto real estate agent named Anna Oliver was thoroughly mocked this week when one of her promotional videos, originally uploaded to TikTok on Friday, went viral. Maybe you’ve seen it. In the 35-second clip, Oliver, a real estate agent with Sotheby’s International Realty who would not look out of place on the Netflix show … Read more

Toronto Public Health declares COVID-19 outbreaks in two TDSB schools

Toronto Public Health declared a COVID-19 outbreak at two schools Friday night. TPH identified more than two COVID-19 cases at Oakdale Park Middle School, North York and Bloordale Middle School, in Etobicoke, Friday. TPH said it “carefully examines and follows the process of working with (the school community) to inform close contacts and ask them … Read more

Toronto Public Health declares COVID-19 outbreaks in two TDSB schools

Toronto Public Health declared a COVID-19 outbreak at two schools Friday night. TPH identified more than two COVID-19 cases at Oakdale Park Middle School, North York and Bloordale Middle School, in Etobicoke, Friday. TPH said it “carefully examines and follows the process of working with (the school community) to inform close contacts and ask them … Read more

Looking back at the real estate agent’s King West TikTok reveals a great deal of uncertainty in Toronto

A Toronto real estate agent named Anna Oliver was thoroughly mocked this week when one of her promotional videos, originally uploaded to TikTok on Friday, went viral. Maybe you’ve seen it. In the 35-second clip, Oliver, a real estate agent with Sotheby’s International Realty who would not look out of place on the Netflix show … Read more

Congratulations on the 90th anniversary of Isadore Sharp, Toronto’s international man in the Four Seasons. Hope you have the opportunity to dance!

The hotel company he founded turned 60 years old earlier this year. The man himself turned a cool 90 on October 8th. I certainly hope Isadore Sharpe got a dance in. When I heard about his big birthday – mainly from Instagram, where various Four Seasons properties chimed in to send him wishes, from Amman … Read more

‘My wife can not even go out to get food’: Afghan refugees appeal here to Ottawa to speed up reunification with their families as Taliban threat escalates

Even before the Taliban took over their country in August, these women were already hiding with their young children, waiting to join their husbands in refuge in Canada. Now without a man’s escort, these wives and mothers can not even leave their homes and move around to take care of themselves and their children. The … Read more

‘My wife can not even go out to get food’: Afghan refugees appeal here to Ottawa to speed up reunification with their families as Taliban threat escalates

Even before the Taliban took over their country in August, these women were already hiding with their young children, waiting to join their husbands in refuge in Canada. Now without a man’s escort, these wives and mothers can not even leave their homes and move around to take care of themselves and their children. The … Read more

‘Much was sacrificed’: Zoom lawsuit against murder at nightclubs in Rebel is shot by judges and angry family members during sentencing

A Toronto judge took the unusual step during a sentencing hearing Thursday to apologize to the families of the victims for the “loss of human connection” during an “imperfect” homicide full-fledged video conference due to the pandemic. Hearing the case via zoom in front of a judge, not a jury, was the “only option available,” … Read more

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