Toronto

Priced Out of the Housing Market

Owning a home is becoming a fantasy for all but the wealthiest families. Better urban planning is part of the solution. Adjusting our expectations may be another

A collaboration between U of T and community group Cabbagetown Releaf hopes to inspire people across Toronto care for their neighbourhood's trees.

An Army of Tree Lovers

U of T’s Faculty of Forestry is teaching Torontonians how to care for one of the city’s most valuable resources – its trees

The Toronto Poetry Map gives new meaning to familiar locations, such as Grange Park.

Toronto’s Beating Heart

With the Toronto Poetry Map, a U of T English professor and Toronto Public Library unveil a whole new way to view the city

A Global Talent Destination

U of T’s ability to attract international graduate students is important to our – and Ontario’s – long-term success

U of T grad Richard Marsella, executive director of the Regent Park School of Music. Photo by Air'leth Aqdhfin

Towers of Song

A U of T music grad runs an innovative program to bring affordable music lessons to Regent Park youth

Photo of Regent Park, Toronto - street art says

Pathways’ Progress

A homework support program involving OISE students has more than doubled high school graduation rates in Regent Park

How Big is Ford Country?

Rob Ford garnered more support downtown in last fall's Toronto election than initially thought, analysis shows

Chris Spence, the director of education for the Toronto District School Board, believes in providing parents and students with choices in public education. Under his leadership, alternative schools have flourished.

Different but Equal

Toronto parents can choose to send their children to a variety of specialized schools. But is it possible to have too much choice in alternative education?

Tweet the Vote

Social media will be a force in this fall’s Toronto election, if a group of recent grads have their way

The Imagined City

In her new book, writer Sarah Elton aims to put Toronto on the literary map next to New York, Dublin and Paris

Exit Strategy

This fall, the City of Toronto will test a U of T program that offers youths alternatives to gang life

Prince Peprah (right) graduated from Scarborough's David and Mary Thomson Collegiate in June. Omar Peters just entered Grade 12. Both young men want to become actors

The Schools We Want

U of T's Centre for Urban Schooling aims to help youths in disadvantaged neighbourhoods succeed

Miller Rising

Mayor plans to work with U of T on the shared goal of revitalizing Toronto