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Remove the clutter and celebrate Earth Day by donating these 4 items

Earth Day is April 22. One of the best ways you can honour planet Earth is to avoid clutter.

But let’s face it, we all have items that we’ve outgrown, overused, broken, or simply don’t want anymore. 307 more words

Missing Summer? (Cafés that gives you summer feeling in winter)

We all know that summer doesn’t last too long in Canada. We like to take as much of possible from summer season. I found some cool and cute cafés/restaurants in Toronto which make you feel like summer in any season of the year. 350 more words

Birthday Celebration In Toronto

Raccoon caught on camera easily opening a 'raccoon-proof' green bin

A video posted on Facebook this past weekend, which shows a raccoon opening a green bin touted as “raccoon proof” in less than 30 seconds, proves these critters are unstoppable when hungry. 318 more words


Traffic concerns nixes daycare proposal in Cabbagetown

The owners of a 130-year-old heritage building in Toronto’s Cabbagetown neighbourhood will not be allowed to turn it into a daycare after city officials refused to alter zoning rules due to traffic concerns. 175 more words


Frustrated Toronto homeowner wants sinkhole fixed after weeks of calling 311

Every time Forest Hill homeowner Max Danieli leaves his house, he braces himself because of a deep sinkhole that sits unrepaired right in front of his driveway. 364 more words


Free parking offered to help businesses affected by Eglinton Crosstown construction

Free parking and public awareness campaigns are just some of the measures being offered by Toronto city officials to mitigate the negative economic impact the… 343 more words


Toronto's new 'flex-post' school zone traffic signs subject of complaint in Davisville

Toronto’s new “flex-post” traffic calming signs being tested at 12 school locations across the city have already received a complaint just two weeks after the pilot project was launched. 222 more words