Walking along Queen Street East in the Beach, you can’t help but notice the empty storefronts. Perhaps your favourite local mom-and-pop shop has closed, maybe you see the ‘For Lease’ signs in windows, or you have observed a new restaurant arrive and then, just as quickly, disappear. There has been a visible change.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Regal Road Public School, parent Catherine Araujo led an initiative to present every student with a limited edition centenary coin.
But the initial funding to cover the cost of the coin, which Araujo custom designed, fell through.
Fashion magazine likes area's mix of boutique hotels, homegrown labels and Graffiti Alley
Where is the world's second coolest neighbourhood? Toronto's West Queen West — according to Vogue.
The magazine posted its list of the world's hippest neighbourhoods, and Queen Street West between Bathurst Street and Gladstone Avenue was second only to Tokyo’s Shimokitazawa.
The story that accompanies the list describes the area as "a verifiable artery on indie patisseries, homegrown labels and hidden-from-view galleries."
Bob Kemp wins ‘Most Connected to Your Community’ at fourth annual TABIA awards
Several Toronto business improvement areas were recognized for their work in their communities over the past year.
The fourth annual Toronto BIAs Recognition Awards Dinner was held Tuesday, Dec. 2 at the Palais Royale Ballroom.
Organized by the Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA) and sponsored by the City of Toronto and Metroland Media Toronto, the event honoured BIAs in a variety of categories: