Driver survives after his vehicle was pushed by a dump truck on Highway 401

An Ontario man walked away from a horrific accident on Highway 401 without any physical injuries after being pushed by a dump truck about half a kilometer. “Happy. Grateful God has given me new life,” Syed Hussain, 47, said outside Humber River Hospital late Friday afternoon. Hussain’s family said he was driving in the collection … Read more

Toronto restaurant responds to angry star review claiming it doesn’t exist

Restaurants in Toronto can get one-star reviews for many reasons, but it’s rare for someone online to get upset because they think a restaurant doesn’t exist. “You can’t contact them by phone or email, so after reading about them and getting a flyer about East York Eats, I decided to go order in person,” reads … Read more

A burnt-out building in Toronto will be reborn with a new restaurant and terrace

When a suspicious fire tore through a protected heritage building and a proposed condo development site in early 2020, it looked like another example of Toronto’s old housing stock was in danger of being erased. But it won’t, as a new development request promises to save and restore the building at 424 Wellington Street West, … Read more

Murder charge laid after Runnymede assault victim dies in hospital

Toronto police have now laid a murder charge in connection with the death of a 30-year-old man who died following an altercation in the Runnymede area two months ago. Police were called to Montye Avenue and Jane Street on March 11, 2022 following an altercation. A 30-year-old man was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries … Read more

Toronto is getting a massive new rooftop oasis that’s open 24/7

If you’re looking for a fabulous rooftop patio for a day’s drink in Toronto, a new one is opening soon. Soluna will open at 314 Queen St. W., which previously hosted Bamboo, Ultra Supper Club and Cube. The most recent incarnation of the rooftop patio was The Gaarden. This comes to us from someone who … Read more

Toronto has just been ranked as having the most diverse food scene in the world, because obviously

If you live in Toronto, you already know that we have one of the most diverse food scenes in the world, but some people need official rankings to realize that fact. Meal prep service Chefs Plate just did a Tripadvisor analysis comparing Toronto’s food scene to 30 of the world’s most populous cities. Through this, … Read more

The Toronto Blue Jays have offered Brett Gardner a one-year, $6 million deal

In a bid to try and complete their batting order, the Toronto Blue Jays have reportedly offered left-hander Brett Gardner a one-year, $6 million contract, Athleticism Reports by Ken Rosenthal. Gardner, 38, spent his entire 14-year career with the New York Yankees and the Jays’ offer came after the lockout ended, Rosenthal reported citing unnamed … Read more

Drake announces the return of OVO Fest to Toronto this year

By Corey Atad. 33 seconds ago Toronto will heat up this year with the return of OVO Fest. Drake made a surprise appearance Thursday night in Toronto at British rapper Dave’s concert at Drake’s History Concert Hall, and he revealed the annual music festival will return later this year. ALSO: Drake follows commentator’s wife because … Read more

Ontario COVID News: 18 new deaths, ICU occupancy hits new one-month low

Ontario reported 18 new deaths from COVID-19 on Friday as the province’s intensive care burden caused by the coronavirus infection fell to its lowest level in more than a month. The Department of Health says all 18 deaths occurred in the past 30 days. Three of the deaths involved residents of the long-term care system. … Read more

Video shows disrespectful crowds damaging cherry blossoms in Toronto’s High Park

Cherry blossom season is winding down in Toronto for another year after more than a week of blooming madness – and that’s probably a good thing for our city’s Sakura, not to mention everyone who lives in proximity. While cherry trees can be found in several groves around town, there’s no better place to admire … Read more