A historic global deal to end the devastation caused by the irresponsible and poorly regulated arms trade moved a step closer at the UN, Amnesty International reported Friday, July 27.
The city partners with the Canadian Film Centre and iThentic to give five emerging filmmakers the chance to learn their craft with noted directors, including Jennifer Baichwal and Bruce McDonald.
The emergency kitty for low-income residents in need of medical assistance has been restored - for now - after the Star revealed staff had quietly killed the $900,000 program earlier this month.
Mayor Rob Ford officially becomes a parody of himself, taking part in a photo op to promote comedians Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis's new film, The Campaign. We have the video evidence at nowtoronto.com.
The Irie Music Festival announces it's cancelling its musical showcase in Yonge-Dundas Square, "in response to the security concerns arising from the recent increase in violence in Toronto."
Bruce Carson, a former top adviser to the PM with a history of fraud convictions, is charged with influence-peddling on behalf of his then fiancée, a former escort trying to sell water filters to First Nations communities.