Take a peak behind the scenes at annual Doors Open

‘Re-used, Re-visited and Revised’ is the theme of the 17th annual Doors Open festival, taking place Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29, at locations around the city. The event offers free access to venues that have an architectural, historical, cultural, or social significance, and where many of the buildings are normally closed to the […]

City sniffs out possible leash laws change

Taking a lead from New York City, the City of Toronto is asking residents whether to allow off-leash dogs in some city parks in the early morning and late evening. Such “courtesy hours” would apply only to parks with no off-leash dog areas that meet a checklist of neighbourhood criteria. Ward 32 councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon […]

News in Brief (June 26)

We’ve officially crossed the threshold into the summer season and that means sun, sunscreen, and swimming. Local pools are open and beckoning to anyone who wants to cool off in the hot sun. On Friday, June 29, Blantyre Park, Monarch Park and Donald D. Summerville pool will be open regular hours until Sunday, Sept. 2. […]