Toronto

Scorn for Wynne-ter storm

In late December, an ice storm struck southern Ontario, hitting Toronto the hardest and leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark for days due to power outages.Continue...

The dawning of a golden age

A few blocks south of King West in Toronto lies what seems to be an abandoned warehouse.Continue...

Weekend split

Men’s soccer’s fortunes mirrored the weather this weekend at West Campus.Continue...

Milestone mishap

Queen’s final regular season win may have come with severe repercussions.Continue...

Libraries need to evolve

Toronto’s public libraries may soon use advertising to combat budgetary shortcomings.Continue...

VIA Rail announces more departures between Toronto and Kingston

According to an Oct. 30 announcement, VIA Rail plans to increase the amount of trains running between Toronto and Kingston effective Nov. 5.Continue...

Hello Goodbye Honolulu

In a quiet corner of The Toucan, Goodbye Honolulu’s Fox Martindale, Jacob Switzer, Emmett Webb (all guitar, bass, vocals) and Max Bornstein (drums, vocals) crowded into a booth, destroyed some hot wings and talked tour life with The Journal.Continue...

Journeying through Mystical Landscapes

After spending three consecutive days in my pyjamas over the holidays, I booked an ambitious 10:30 a.m. timed-ticket and made my way downtown in Toronto for a spiritual experience like no other at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO).Continue...

Lost in living glass at Dale Chihuly’s Toronto exhibit

The other week, I found myself gawking at glass. This wasn’t just any glass — they were massive, intensely-coloured, blown glass objects at the CHIHULY exhibit in the Royal Ontario Museum, ROM.Continue...

Looking back at Rob Ford's Toronto

This past Tuesday, the infamous former mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford, passed away from cancer. Ford was voted into office in 2010. After a string of scandalous events in the media in 2013, Toronto City Council reduced his mayoral power to a ceremonial basis after his numerous rejections to requests that he resign.Continue...

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