Urban Living

David Crombie Park

Design Plans Unveiled For David Crombie Park Revitalization Project

​Toronto's David Crombie Park is getting a makeover that will further unite nature and the community.


Historic Waterworks Building To Become Massive European-Style Food Hall

Waterworks Food Hall will satisfy a diverse range of culinary cravings while offering some high-end design inspiration on the side.


The Most Affordable Spots To Buy A Home Along The GO Station Line: Report

​Zoocasa crunched the numbers to see where it’s the most affordable to buy a home along the GO Station line.


Toronto Named A 'Tree City Of The World' (Yes, Really)

For the fifth consecutive year, the Arbor Day Foundation and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has recognized Toronto with the designation.


Toronto Pearson Airport To See Billions Of Dollars In Upgrades

Canada’s largest airport, Toronto Pearson, is getting a little work done thanks to a Long-Term Investment in Facilities and Terminals (LIFT) initiative.​


Toronto Is The Laboratory: TMU Launches 'Revolutionary' PhD In Architecture

Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) is taking what it calls a “revolutionary” approach to architecture, announcing a new, forward-thinking PhD program at its Department of Architectural Science.

Urban Living

What's Open And Closed In Toronto On Easter Weekend

If you're lucky enough to get an extra day or two off this Easter weekend and want to spend it out and about in Toronto, you'll want to be sure to check whether your destination is open or closed.

Urban Living

Councillor To Introduce Motion For Permanent "Vancouver" Sign

"I just think it's time that we get our own permanent 'Vancouver' sign to share our love and pride for our beautiful city — not just with locals, but with visitors from around the world," said Councillor Peter Meiszner.

Development Projects

Architectural Transformation Of The ROM To Break Ground This Month

Wednesday marked the launch of OpenROM: a three-year-long project that will see the Royal Ontario Museum’s main floor and Bloor Street entrance reimagined.

Urban Living

What's Open And Closed In Toronto On Family Day

February 19 may be a statutory holiday, but many malls, stores, and attractions will still be open, albeit with modified hours.