5 trails for running in Toronto that come with breathtaking scenery

Running trails offer a great way to get some cardio in while also soaking in some of the coexisting natural and human-built landscapes that make Toronto such a unique place to live. Here are five trails around Toronto with spectacular views of both the city and the natural features that shaped it. Martin Goodman Trail … Read more

Toronto highway closures for planned roadwork (Sept. 26)

You don’t need to sit in traffic: The Ministry of Transportation has scheduled 41 closures in Toronto on Sept. 26 for roadwork on Highway 400, Highway 401, Highway 404, Highway 427 and Queen Elizabeth Way. Highway 400 northbound off-ramp at Finch Avenue: one left lane closed from Sept. 26 at 9 a.m. until Sept. 26 … Read more

Ontario adults eligible for bivalent booster starting tomorrow

Adults in Ontario can book an appointment to receive the bivalent booster dose, which specifically targets the Omicron variants, starting on Monday. Residents aged 18 and over can book an appointment through the province’s COVID-19 vaccination portal or by calling the Provincial Vaccine Contact Center at 1-833-943-3900. Eligible individuals can also book an appointment through … Read more

Couple leaves corporate jobs and $400K combined income to start Toronto business

If you were making a combined income of $400K with your partner in Toronto’s corporate world, would you leave it all behind to start a dream business together? That’s exactly what Simon Tan and Christine Trinh did when they launched Beeja May. Tan previously worked in finance at a private equity firm, focusing on acquisitions, … Read more

Maple Leafs, Senators split doubleheader to open NHL pre-season

Joshua Clipperton, The Canadian Press Published Saturday, September 24, 2022 3:46PM EDT Last Updated Saturday, September 24, 2022 9:45PM EDT TORONTO – Mark Kastelic scored the winner as the Ottawa Senators stormed back from a 2-0 deficit in the third period to beat the Toronto Maple … Read more

How Casa Loma, and Toronto, masquerade as other places

Casa Loma is an oddity in the city, but it’s so ingrained in Toronto’s cultural life we ​​often don’t give it a second thought. Now a go-to venue for weddings and Halloween fright nights, it’s hard to imagine that the 98-room Gothic Revival-styled castle, built between 1911 and 1914 with a $3.5-million price tag, was … Read more

Comedian Ann Pornel’s Toronto comes alive anywhere there’s a patio

Many people watch “The Great Canadian Baking Show” to see cross-country contestants whip meringues and shape loaves. Some check it out to see what antics — and outfits — host Ann Pornel has got going on. (Her co-host Alan Shane Lewis also brings the charm and the fashion.) Pornel is a sketch comic and actress … Read more

Police search for 2 suspected of breaking into building, stealing a TV in Toronto – Toronto

Police in Toronto are searching for a man and a woman after a large television was allegedly stolen in the city’s east end. Toronto police said two people allegedly broke into a building in the area of ​​Main and Gerrard streets at around 5:01 am on Thursday morning and stole a large, flat-screen television. Officers … Read more

‘Enough is enough:’ Will Brampton municipal election be a referendum on dysfunction that has plagued city hall?

Todd Letts believes that Brampton is perhaps “Ontario’s best asset” for future job growth thanks to a large tract of developable industrial land unmatched in the GTA and a highly educated workforce. That is why the CEO of the Brampton Board of Trade quickly grows frustrated when speaking about the “dysfunction” that has engulfed city … Read more

This $500K three-bedroom might be the cheapest house in Toronto right now

While housing prices have markedly decreased in recent months, it’s been a while since any house, detached or semi-detached, has been listed for under $800K. Even houses that were listed for $800K were usually in pretty rough shape, like barely-had-walls rough shape, or was only a part of a house. But with rising interest rates … Read more