Warm weather is coming to Toronto this week

Toronto will see clear skies and warm weather this week, according to meteorologist Daniel Liota. Environment Canada predicts that Toronto will experience sunny skies from Monday to Friday and that temperatures in the city could exceed 20 C from Tuesday. Environment Canada is also predicting a high of 25°C on Thursday, the hottest day of … Read more

These ladies know where to find good beer in Toronto

There are two things our city never lacks: fascinating people and interesting experiences. In this series, the Star interviews locals you know (and locals you should know) about their Toronto. Close friends and business partners Erica Campbell and Jaime Dobbs founded the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies in 2014 to support women working in the … Read more

The body found in the Rosedale dumpster belonged to a young girl who may have died last year, police say

Warning: Contains graphical content A body found in a construction dumpster in Rosedale this week belonged to a young girl who may have died last year, Toronto police say. At a press conference on Thursday, investigators revealed that a post-mortem examination revealed the remains belonged to a girl between the ages of four and seven … Read more

Today’s coronavirus news: Beijing closes 10% of subway stations; Severe COVID can cause long-lasting cognitive impairment: study

The last coronavirus news from Canada and around the world on Wednesday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories if available. 6:42 India said deaths in 2020 rose at a slower rate than previous years despite the proliferation of the new coronavirus, in a data release that will likely … Read more

Leading Architects and Planners Share Their Ideas for Toronto’s Urban View

“When I first moved to Toronto about a decade ago,” Naama Blonder, architect and urban planner born in Tel Aviv and trained in Paris, recalls: “The complaint I heard the most was about ugly apartments with cold, monstrous features.” Sound familiar? As condo construction continues to dominate redevelopment around town, many fear that more blocks … Read more

Reflecting on National Immunization Awareness Week in a Toronto Cemetery

Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto in March 2016. ‘Vaccination has saved more lives than any other public health intervention in the 20th century,’ Eileen de Villa, Toronto’s medical officer of health, said in an April 24 news release. acknowledging vaccination week.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail It’s National Immunization Awareness Week, a time to remember how … Read more

Police identify 25-year-old man shot dead in Swansea

Police have identified a man who was shot dead in the western Swansea neighborhood of Toronto on Thursday. Police responded to a call on April 28 just before 10 p.m. after gunshots were heard near the Queensway and Windermere Avenue. Officers found a man with gunshot wounds inside a vehicle. He was taken to hospital, … Read more

Jamaican TikToker reviews Toronto’s restaurant scene — in patois

Tasheka Mason won’t coat it in sugar; if the food was exceptional, but the service was bad, she will tell you. If the food was just ok, but paired with an exciting experience, she’ll tell you that too. A social worker by day and food critic by night, Mason, known as @TashTheMillionaire online, has amassed … Read more

Coronavirus news and updates for Saturday, April 30, 2022

The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world on Friday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories if available. Saturday 8 a.m.: The ‘Rolling Thunder’ protest in Ottawa clashed with police, leading to several arrests on Friday after a small convoy of vehicles attempted to head towards … Read more

Today’s coronavirus news: Ottawa police and RCMP prepare for second convoy, this one involving motorcycles

The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world on Thursday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories where available. 5:47 Taiwan, which was living mostly without COVID-19, is now facing its worst outbreak since the pandemic began with more than 11,000 new cases reported Thursday. Cases have … Read more