- Private security hire highlights Moss Park’s chronic social ills
The decision last November by residents of Cabbagetown South to hire private security has suddenly become the talk of the town.
- Injunction halts demolition of historic Foundry buildings
A motion to temporarily stop the Ontario government demolition of the Dominion Foundry buildings was granted on Jan. 29, to the relief of community groups.
- The St. Lawrence Market is safe to shop
The St. Lawrence Market has demonstrated an effective and reassuring response to positive covid-19 cases amongst market staff.
- Ford government looks to take over First Parliament site
The Ford government has moved to seize the site of Ontario’s first parliament building to build a proposed subway station.
- Development at Shuter and Sherbourne prompts concerns over loss of green space
The Moss Park neighbourhood is expecting a development facelift on Sherbourne Street north of Shuter Street.
- Survey skews support for Corktown BIA
A summer survey released by the Corktown Residents and Business Association (CRBA) found support for creating a business improvement area (BIA) in Corktown.
- West Don Lands residents rally against provincial zoning order
On Oct. 22, news that Premier Doug Ford’s provincial government had overruled city processes for three province-owned sites in the West Don Lands began to circulate on social media and in neighbourhood community groups.
- Small businesses once again questioning survival amidst lockdown restrictions
By Megan Camlasaran Forced to curtail operations for the second time this year due to lockdown restrictions, small businesses in Toronto are struggling to cope with declining revenue. Because big…
- How Toronto’s performing arts have adapted to Covid-19
Among the industries hit hardest by the Covid-19 lockdowns are the arts, particularly theatres and live venues.