Toronto, Peel regions extend lockdown, stay-at-home order until March 8 despite increasingly devastating effects
Opioid-related deaths, suicides, and mental health crises have exacerbated since the pandemic started
After comparing MPP Andrea Horwath’s voice to the sound of nails on a chalkboard during a debate, Premier Doug Ford rejects calls to apologize. Is it appropriate for Ontario’s Premier to respond that way? At INN24, we wonder if he will suffer consequences for his actions.
Stylists say they are being offered as much as $500 for an at-home haircut
Attend Canada’s first drive-through, physically distanced light show—for a price.
Liam Casey, The Canadian Press Sun Nov 15 2020 10:06:18 TORONTO — Dina Risin is terrified there are other men like Alek Minassian. The fears that began when she became one of his victims intensified this week as she watched the first day of the virtual murder trial for the man who has admitted to […]
Every summer, artists of the Bell Box Murals Projects paint outdoor utility boxes to represent Toronto neighbourhoods Adorned with nothing but unintelligible labels and the odd graffiti tag, the outdoor utility box rarely impresses its beholder. And this ability to camouflage with its immediate surroundings—to repel rather than attract attention—is perhaps inherent in its design. […]
It’s hard to imagine a Chinatown without Furama. Buying your favourite pastries at a Chinese bakery is a childhood rite of passage almost every Canadian-born Chinese (colloquially shortened to “CBC”) person holds dear. As a child, there was nothing as exhilarating as the sight of sweet buns in the domed display cases at a Chinese […]
By Ali Raza, Beach Metro NewsMon Sep 28 2020 09:21 Toronto’s cycling advocates say “keep going” on the city’s expanded bike lanes that were installed over the summer in response to COVID−19. As part of the city’s recovery program, 40 kilometres of new bike lanes were installed across Bloor Street and Danforth Avenue. The new […]
By Paola Loriggio, The Canadian PressSep 25 2020 13:36:28 OSHAWA, Ont. — A young Black man who was assaulted by an off-duty Toronto police officer more than three years ago said the incident permanently changed his life and the way he views police. Dafonte Miller laid out the lingering impact of the Dec. 28, 2016 […]
Community members protest to raise awareness and empower women-identifying people against the recent surge in attempted abductions and sexual assault in Toronto’s west end.