Police, paramedics respond to reports of person hit by TTC bus in Scarborough – Toronto

Police, paramedics respond to reports of person hit by TTC bus in Scarborough – Toronto

Toronto emergency services were on the scene of an incident in Scarborough after a bus reportedly struck a pedestrian on Monday evening. In a tweet, Toronto police said they were called to the area of Kingston Road and Morningside Avenue at around 7:20 p.m. on Monday. Police said they received reports the collision involved a … Read more

Take action on food justice | CTV News – CTV News Toronto

Take action on food justice | CTV News – CTV News Toronto

Take action on food justice | CTV News  CTV News Toronto

TTC installs pole in the middle of a bike lane and people are furious

TTC installs pole in the middle of a bike lane and people are furious

Toronto isn’t known to be a particularly bike-friendly city — quite the opposite, actually — and it doesn’t seem to be working too hard to remedy that reputation.  Exhibit A: a metal pole has been installed smack in the middle of a downtown bike lane.  A light standard was installed over night in the middle of the bike … Read more

Toronto’s busiest subway station is currently a giant ad for Alberta

Toronto’s busiest subway station is currently a giant ad for Alberta

The Government of Alberta is not playing around when it comes to poaching skilled workers from Ontario, as evidenced by the complete takeover of Toronto’s Bloor-Yonge Station with ads that scream things like “LESS TAXES” and “BIGGER PAYCHEQUES, SMALLER RENT CHEQUES.” Everywhere. The massive TTC ad buy, which involves not only posters and wall murals … Read more

TTC Is Hiring For A Bunch Of Positions That Pay Up To $90K & These 6 Sound Pretty Cool

TTC Is Hiring For A Bunch Of Positions That Pay Up To K & These 6 Sound Pretty Cool

If you’re a Torontonian looking for a career that’ll give you the chance to explore and contribute to one of the most vital parts of the city’s infrastructure, then working for the TTC could be for you. The transport agency is currently trying to fill a long list of diverse roles with salaries that reach … Read more

GO trains and subway shutting down in another nightmare travel weekend for Toronto

GO trains and subway shutting down in another nightmare travel weekend for Toronto

It’s going to be quite the nightmare getting around Toronto using public transit this weekend, with a series of overlapping TTC and GO Transit outages threatening chaotic conditions in the city. Metrolinx has announced that trains will be replaced with buses due to construction and maintenance work along the Lakeshore East and Stouffville GO Lines, … Read more

Rescue dogs last flight lands in Toronto before import ban

Rescue dogs last flight lands in Toronto before import ban

The last flight of internationally rescued golden retrievers touched down at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Tuesday ahead of a new policy that will ban the import of dogs from more than 100 countries at the end of the month. At Pearson, emotions ran high as the dogs met their new owners for the first … Read more

September 30 holiday in Ontario: Who gets the day off?

September 30 holiday in Ontario: Who gets the day off?

The second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is approaching in Canada, and while it is not a statutory holiday in Ontario, there are some things you should know about. Sept. 30 is observed in Ontario only as a federal holiday, which means provincially regulated businesses are not required to give employees the day off work. … Read more

Person seen running towards Scarborough school with gun – CTV News Toronto

Person seen running towards Scarborough school with gun  CTV News Toronto