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What is available through the province: Families get a boost for childcare The Ontario government said it would provide emergency child care options to support parents working on the front lines, such as health care workers, police officers, firefighters, and correctional officers. The investment includes a one-time payment of $200 per child up to 12 years […]

  If you live in Ontario, chances are you’ve grown used to being cautiously optimistic about its spring forecast. However, despite its tendency to flip flop between cold and warm, it appears the first two weeks of March are going be a nice change of pace for Ontario weather. So, bust out that spring jacket you’ve been […]

Winter’s not through with the city yet, Toronto, as is evident by today’s snowy weather. And while residents are asked to clear their sidewalks for everyone’s safety, you can also keep up with the City of Toronto’s snow removal efforts in real time. The city created Plow TO — which includes snow removal updates and a real time map […]

Everyone’s favourite book sale is back. The annual Friends of Toronto Public Library Chapter’s Clearance Book Sale is taking place at the Toronto Reference Library this March 19 and it’s bound to be the best bang for your buck when it comes to books. Items for sale include over 15,000 CDs, books, and DVDs, and […]

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday! Come on down to… pretty much anywhere in the GTA that’s reachable by a GO transit vehicle for just $10. Then, go somewhere else that same day without paying a single cent more. GO Transit is bringing back its popular Sunday Funday unlimited ridership pass just in time for the spring thaw, according to Metrolinx spokesperson Anne Marie […]

With a Feb. 27 strike deadline set and no deal in sight between Toronto and the union representing its more than 5,000 outside workers, municipal officials have released a contingency plan in the case of a mass “labour disruption.” Should a new collective agreement not be reached by both parties by next Friday morning, Toronto could see all public pools, […]

  The 2020 Toronto Light Festival kicks off on January 17 in the Distillery District, bringing with it all new interactive installations. Free to the public, the Light Fest will be running daily until March 1, and includes daytime as well as nighttime programming. The new interactive installations are designed to entertain and inspire, and […]

We’re sorry to say it, but it looks like this weekend isn’t going to provide much light relief for Ontarians. Record-breaking rainfall is expected to make its way on Saturday, Jan. 11 during another Ontario storm. Flooding could be a potential issue as some areas are set to break their monthly January Although numerous spots in Ontario […]

If you’ve ever wanted to experience a Toronto Maple Leafs practice, now’s your chance. On Thursday, January 9, you can cheer on the Maple Leafs as they take to the ice at one of Toronto’s most iconic outdoor rinks — Nathan Phillips Square — for practice. The fun begins at 11 am, when fans can warm up with free […]

While large corporations exploit the earth, our planet burns and civilians demand action, one Toronto startup is pursuing an innovative way to combat climate change. Flash Forest, a venture that was founded last spring and emerged on Kickstarter in December, wants to use drones to plant germinating tree seeds in order to offset our collective carbon footprint and remediate our destructive habits. […]