Pi Day 2017
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Art by the Beaches
Below is a photo gallery of the art installations at the Winter Stations Design Competition at Woodbine Beach in Toronto. This is the third year for the competition which allows everyone and anyone to be a part of it as long as the deadlines and rules are met. The... Read more
Exploring the art of light in the Distillery District
  The cobblestone streets of Toronto’s Distillery district are looking at light in a new way. They’re transforming light into art. Light’s illuminating every corridor in the district. The Toronto Light Fest has transformed the Distillery District into an interactive exploration of light art. The Light Fest includes art... Read more
King Street hits a sweet spot in urban development: city planner
City councillors, planners, and engineers are working on a master plan to re-design King Street. King Street’s re-design puts transit first. “King Street is not working today. It’s that simple. It’s not working for cyclists, it’s not working for drivers, and it is certainly not working for transit. It’s... Read more
Weather with Kailie Annetts – March 13, 2017
Skedline Reporter, Kailie Annetts, gives you your weather update for Mon., March 13, 2017. Read more
10 ways to celebrate International Women’s Day in Toronto
Equality. Progress. Change. Mar. 8 is International Women’s Day. This is a time for not only Canadians but people around the globe to celebrate the progress that has been made in the fight for equality for women. This year, for Canada, the theme of the day is Equality Matters.... Read more
Toronto celebrates turning 183
Toronto Police to provide update on Jamestown shooting that claimed the life of pregnant women
Toronto Police will be providing an update this morning on the fatal shooting that took the life of 35-year-old Malton women Candice Rochelle Bobb in 2016. According to a TPS news release, Bobb, who was five months pregnant at the time, was traveling in a vehicle in the area... Read more
Toronto queer collective bring the Funk and Rhyme to the city’s gay village
The streets of Toronto’s Gay Village got funky this past weekend. On Feb. 11, Toronto queer collective, RUDE “disrupted” the gay village in the city’s downtown core. Funk and Rhyme, the collective’s second official event, introduced spoken word and funk music to the Glad Day Bookshop – the oldest... Read more
DIY music venues in Toronto still facing uncertainty over closures
Countless music venues in Toronto have been announcing their closure recently forcing city councillors to take notice. In the last few weeks that list has been growing at an unnerving rate leaving musicians and fans wondering what’s being done to preserve these spaces. While city council is holding meetings... Read more