The massive gravestone erected by the city's first surveyor in honour of his wife has come to symbolize one of old Toronto’s most haunted – and tragic – love stories
Jul 25, 2021
Toronto bronze to commemorate the suffering of “comfort women” during the Second World War is a replica of the statue placed in protest in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul in 2011
NOW's guide to the city's most mysterious places just got bigger
Drainage channels, huge culverts and secret graffiti mark Humber River watershed that follows fascinating route along the failed Highway 400 extension
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.
A statue-populated Mt. Pleasant park with allure