This Toronto tree needs your help

  •  September, 2020
By Sean Delaney Toronto’s great red oak at 76 Coral Gable Drive has been a landmark and inspiration for more than two centuries. Due to its size, age, beauty and cultural significance, this magnificent 250-year-old red oak is recognized as a heritage tree under Forests Ontario’s Heritage Tree P...

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The debate about masks in public

  •  August, 2020
By Al Ruggero Toronto City Council approved a temporary bylaw to make face masks mandatory in enclosed, indoor public spaces as of July 7 to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Enough said. Or is it? Well it’s best to fasten your seat belt because it appears the path ahead may still be bumpy. ...

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Grand opening of new trail system connecting communities

  •  May, 2019
By Tim Lambrinos In June 2012, Toronto City Council adopted the Bikeway Trails Implementation Plan. The document is the basis for new multi-use trail development in the city. The broader plan called for 77 kilometres of multi-use pathways to be built over the next 10 years. One of these n...

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