It’s the first summer Canadians can enjoy weed legally, and we’ve combed our brains for summertime-friendly ways to honour the plant with creativity and gusto
As aspiring first-time homebuyers lose hope in this insanely competitive market, architects and planners are looking at laneways as a possible solution to the rental housing shortage. NOW surveys the history of the strategy, the challenges facing builders eyeing a new source of land – and one fabulous laneway house that shows what’s possible.
Five Toronto Cannabis Culture locations raided and five people face charges
In the wake of the terrorist attack at a Quebec City mosque that killed six people and a chaotic weekend that left travellers stranded or detained in North American airports, Toronto residents rally for increased support for refugees and Muslims in Canada
It’s not as polished as Yorkville, as trendy as West Queen West or as flashy as Yonge and Dundas – but as families unite in Chinatown to celebrate Lunar New Year’s Eve and mark the arrival of the Year of the Rooster January 28, I’m reminded not only of the sounds and smells of home, but of who I am.
From Alan Crossley’s flying saucer to Noel Harding’s Elevated Wetlands, Toronto is home to some mind-bending public spaces, some made by humans, others carved by nature.
Co-founder, editor and CEO Alice Klein will continue at the helm of our nearly 35-year-old magazine
Your guide to the rapidly changing world of medical marijuana in the Big Smoke