Toronto’s new mayor thinks he can fix one of the city’s most annoying problems. The major Canadian city has become known for its “gridlock.” That’s a way of saying “lots of traffic jams.”
Some business executives in Toronto slept outdoors in very cold weather, recently, to raise money for young people who don’t have homes.
Torontonians have elected John Tory as the next Mayor of Toronto.
Tory won with more than 40 per cent of the vote.
He beat Doug Ford, who came second with 34 per cent of the vote. Olivia Chow came third with just 23 per cent of the vote.
During a campaign, should politicians always have to tell the truth or should they be allowed to fudge the truth a little to get people to vote for them?
Journalist John Lorinc thinks they should have to tell the truth.
What do you think?
House prices have gone way up in the last few years—especially in some big cities like Toronto and New York.
That’s partly because the land that houses are built on has become much more expensive.
Politics doesn’t get much more interesting–or confusing–than the Mayoral election that is happening in Toronto.
Every year, movie stars, directors and producers flock to Toronto. This week marks the 39th year of the Toronto International Film Festival.
Next July, Toronto will be inundated with the world’s best athletes as it hosts the 2015 Pan American (or “Pan Am”) Games and the 2015 Parapan American Games.
Toronto police officer Mark Borsboom is a bit amused by social media — he doesn’t quite understand what all the fuss is about.
And his opinion hasn’t changed, now that a photo of him has gone viral.
The photo captures the officer doing a simple, good deed—tying an elderly man’s shoelace for him.
Borsboom was on a paid-duty assignment, helping cars leave a parking garage, when he was approached by the man, who asked for his help.
Grade 8 students at Amesbury Middle School were looking forward to their big graduation trip to a camp in Eastern Ontario.