From Germany to Israel: The Canadian Jews who served their people twice

Many Jewish-Canadian servicemen who enlisted to fight in WW2 later fought in Israel's War of Independence

East York real estate in strong demand

Despite the ups and downs of the Toronto housing market, demand for East York housing remains strong.

Hillary Clinton receives warm welcome in Toronto

Clinton was in Toronto on the first stop on the Canadian leg of her book tour promoting her new memoir “What Happened.” Sh

Canada urged to help the Rohingya in Myanmar

Local activists in Toronto are calling on Canada for help to end the ethnic violence against Rohingyas unfolding in Myanmar.

Noise complaints change the tune of Toronto’s music scene

Toronto has gained a reputation for it’s dying live music scene. Now, the city is looking to implement a number of changes t

From isolation to activism

Toronto activist Justin Romanov is protesting the treatment of LGBT people in Chechnya, where three men have been killed so fa

Understanding the victory at Vimy

The Battle of Vimy Ridge is remembered as one of the pivotal points in Canadian history. It is often said that it was the mome

Emotional exhibit at City Hall for World TB Day

Friday is World TB Day, a global effort to raise awareness around tuberculosis. Despite being easily treatable in Canada those

Four boys arrested after multiple robberies

Toronto Police have arrested four boys after a series of robberies that occurred over the weekend.

Toronto filmmaker Rob Stewart found dead

The U.S. Coast Guard has announced they have found the body of Toronto filmmaker and conservationist Rob Stewart near the Flor

‘Tis the season for norovirus

The recent outbreak of norovirus is not an unusual trend, according to Dr. Michael Finkelstein, associate medical officer of h

York Region may shame drunk drivers

With an increasing trend in the number of drunk drivers York Regional Police are considering implementing a “name and shame