As the 20-year benchmark for Ontario’s accessibility legislation nears, it is apparent that the work around accessibility is far from complete.
Author: Kaitlyn Mullin
Because the Mike Harris-era list isn’t indexed for inflation or salary growth, it’s becoming less and less useful, writes Spoke reporter Kaitlyn Mullin.
For nearly 1,000 hockey fans, the event was a chance to see former Leafs heroes and raise money for a good cause.
Barry Green came away with a sixth, a gold and a silver — all in his beloved sport of 10-pin bowling.
Passage to Portrainia is Wesley Butler’s first attempt at long-form fiction. In the book, the lines between dreams and reality blur.
Ramps are little things, but to people with mobility issues, they can make the difference between being able to access a business or staying away.
A Toronto Maple Leaf alumni team will face off against Our Nation’s Heroes in a Portraits of Honour Foundation fundraising effort on April 5.
Some small-business owners are finding more success with the social media platform than they were with other service-for-sale sites.
Opt-out provisions for students as proposed by the provincial government could have a dramatic impact on services for LGBTQ students and others, protesters say.
The I Heart Beer festival is back for a second year, boasting as many as 20 drink vendors and food from 10 local eateries.
Numbers obtained through a Freedom of Information request show there have been 153 collisions near the campus since 2015.
Friday’s march is aimed at getting the Ford government to back down on proposed changes to the grants-and-loans program on which so many students depend.
Young entrepreneur designs floral crowns to enhance a look or to help set a party theme.
Strong regional employment and a legislated increase to the provincial minimum wage seem not to have affected food bank use.