No Green Promises: Ward 3 Councillor Candidates Lack Environmental Platforms
Analysis by Breanne Coulter, video by Tierney Angus From housing to transportation to supporting local businesses, Ward 3 Etobicoke-Lakeshore councillor candidates have priorities outside of the Lakeshore environment this municipal election. 2018 Election Map: Ward 3 // Toronto Elections Etobicoke-Lakeshore is a community directly affected by pollution due to its... Read more
Vision Zero: Will Election Change Game Plan?
By Lucas Laporta Skedline.com Vision Zero is the five-year plan Toronto City Council approved in 2017 to tackle traffic related fatalities across the city, including, but not limited to, cyclists. Presented by Mayor John Tory, the plan has a goal of reaching zero deaths in Toronto’s streets by 2021.... Read more
Steam Whistle brews up new jobs … in Etobicoke
Ontario is partnering with Steam Whistle, the country’s largest independent craft brewer, to invest in a facility in Etobicoke. Through the Jobs and Prosperity Fund, Ontario is providing a grant of up to $1,330,860 million towards an overall project value of $22.8 million. Von Bugle Brewery, the new sister company,... Read more
Humber bake sale raises funds for The Gatehouse
Victoria Caister, Remi Marchessault, and Katelyn Huras cover Humber’s bake sale that is raising money for The Gatehouse. Read more
Weather | April 9
Skedline’s Jennifer MacFarlane covers this week’s five-day forecast. Read more
Sports news | April 9
Skedline’s sports journalists Robert Belardi and Daniel Valente cover local sports, Patrick Reed, the Commonwealth Games and the Humboldt Broncos. Read more
We The North: Raptors head to the playoffs
With their win against the Orlando Magic, the Toronto Raptors are now 58-22, which is the team’s best record. The best part is that the Raptors have a chance to push that up to 60 wins with their next two games being against the struggling Detroit Pistons, and then... Read more
Toronto’s newest art space: Head to the CNE
Toronto’s latest gallery, Withrow Common, opened with a splash with its inaugural art exhibition: about Canada’s relationship with its Indigenous Peoples. Looking Forward, Looking Back: A Visual Exploration of Canada’s Relationship with its Indigenous People had its grand opening on Feb. 10. The art exhibit features the historical and current... Read more
Sports news | April 3
Skedline’s Sports journalist Daniel Valente covers local and national sports. Read more
Weather | April 3
Skedline’s Jennifer MacFarlane has your local weather update right here. Read more