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This newly renovated Toronto loft is the perfect mix of industrial and feminine. The condo itself is pretty standard it has lots of light, soaring ceilings and the maintenance fees are almost reasonable.The main floor is open concept. The concrete walls and ceilings mixed with the metal staircase add that industrial vibe to the space. […]

The Louvre Museum in Paris just added a new piece of art to their collection: Toronto Raptors star Kawhi Leonard. A Raptors fan posted a video of her placing an image of Leonard dunking over the Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo. A #Raptors fan hung a #KawhiLeonard poster in the Louvre – 📹 Athina Vandame #Toronto […]

The ongoing saga of Doug Ford vs. the City of Toronto advances this week with yet another bombshell announcement from Ontario’s PC government of changes to existing municipal plans — changes that were made without warning or consultation and that will overwrite years of already-completed work. Provincial Minister of Municipal Affairs Steve Clark revealed to […]

It’s looking like another bad year for Toronto’s waterfront — and in particular the Islands — as Lake Ontario swells beyond its historic maximum peak for May. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which keeps daily tabs on water levels for all five of the great lakes, reports that Lake Ontario reached 75.82 cm on Thursday, surpassing […]

Big windows? Check. Open concept layout? Check. Soaring ceilings? Check. Personal glass elevator that will carry you right to bed when you’re too tired to take the stairs? Check!This 2,000-square-foot place has all the requirements for a stunning loft style penthouse. The two-storeys of windows let tons of natural light into the place and the […]

In the never-ending battle for the title of Toronto’s wildest McDonald’s, Dufferin and King just scored a point with vein-obscuring bathroom lights. The infamous (and soon-to-be-demolished) fast food restaurant on the eastern edge of Parkdale confirmed this week to CityNews that blue lights have been installed in at least one of its restrooms “in an effort to stop […]

Move over, chicken. There’s a new bird in town. Duck is starting to flock onto Toronto menus after decades of being relegated to Chinese barbecue restaurants and Continental dining rooms. Duck is redder and richer than chicken or turkey. The flavour is excellent, with added succulence from the waterfowl’s insulating fat. When raised for foie […]

Farmers’ markets in Toronto take place throughout the week, so you have no excuse not to head out to your nearest park or Green P to find some local produce. Here’s a breakdown of farmers’ markets in Toronto by day of the week. Monday Sorauren Farmers’ Market 50 Wabash Ave., 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. […]

John Cleese is shopping for an island villa and hopes his Canadian fans might help him finance it. The Monty Python comedian recently settled into a temporary home on the Caribbean island of Nevis, a getaway of beautiful resorts and sandy beaches, and once he can afford it, Cleese says he’ll be looking for a […]

Slowly but surely, cannabis stores are opening in Toronto. While most were supposed to open April 1, and have since faced stiff penalties, they’re gradually getting there.  The next update coming the city’s way is a new license approval, specifically for Canna Cabana, planned to open at Yonge and College streets.  In an announcement posted […]