Every October, the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon (STWM) draws thousands of runners, spectators, and travelers to Ontario’s capital for 26.2 miles (sorry, 42.2 kilometers) mostly along the water.
Taking up a great deal of real estate on the Toronto Islands is something called the Avenue of the Island. Conceived in the 1950s and built in the early 1960s, it is a broad, paved, pedestrian avenue are
The city of Toronto unveiled a broad set of recommendations on Tuesday to counter and manage the effects of climate change as part of its “resilience” strategy, a set of principles meant to guide decision-making
At the Mariposa Folk Festival on the Toronto Islands in 1972, the stars aligned and shared stages, too. Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, John Prine and Kris Kristofferson performed and mingled. One day, McLauchlan
Lake Ontario water levels climbed to their highest point ever recorded this past weekend, but Toronto Islands residents are confident they can hold back the flood. Lake waters reached 75.94 metres above
Residents and city staff are using sandbags and sump pumps to protect the Toronto Islands against rising water levels on Lake Ontario. City officials say 15,000 sandbags were distributed across the islands