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The constantly changing face of Kingston Road

March 24, 2015

One of the oldest roads in Toronto is undergoing a veritable deluge of development.  Over the next two to three years, seven, possibly nine, condominium buildings will be constructed on Kingston Road from Woodbine to Victoria Park, adding at least 500 new homes to the area. While a spate of new developments on Queen Street […]

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Glen Ames students get creative for black history month

Students at Glen Ames Senior Public School not only see black history, they hear it and sing it, too. Beginning in February, when students at the local Grade 7 and 8 school climb the stairs to music class, they see four floors of art made to honour Black History Month. Many pieces feature musicians – […]

Students warned about potential online crimes

On stage at Danforth Collegiate, a jilted ex posted sexy photos of his former girlfriend online. She felt humiliated as they spread from phone to phone at school. She was hurt when her new guy saw the pictures and called it off.  She got angry when some mean girls used the photos to kick her […]

Serving Toronto’s Bangla readers

Stepping onto Danforth Avenue with Shahidul Mintu, you can see right away why he calls journalism a charming job. By 6 p.m. on a Thursday, the founding editor of the Bangla Mail and Bengali Times can’t walk half a block before one and then another friend stops to say hello. “It’s a tight community,” said […]

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