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Participants cheer at the end of a positive day at Playing 4 Keeps.

Playing for Keeps builds social capital from sport

Working at the Bathurst CSI cafe space.

Coffices, hoffices, coworking and the gig economy

Toronto's changing labour landscape has created a whole new kind of workspace. 

B Good debuts at on Front St East.

b.good restaurant lets diners feed their neighbours

A new restaurant sources from local producers to give customers and the community something good to eat. 

Domanique Grant.

Domanique Grant sings a story of home

A housing activist from a Caribbean-Canadian household, the singer-songwriter weaves narratives of place and belonging. 

Adrian Kostic, CEO of VIV, a dating app that connects people with businesses.

Designing Digital Main Street

How Toronto is partnering with local businesses, technologists and designers to create a digital city on top of the analogue one.

Samuel Boakye of the Success Beyond Limits Program.

Breaking bread to build community

How Success Beyond Limits took advantage of a special meal to foster civic engagement among the youth of Jane and Finch

Snowcone by Diana Koncan and Lily Jeon and the Department of Architectural Science at Ryerson.

Waterfront installations make for an art-warming event

Installations invite Toronto to Winter Stations on the waterfront


Deloitte predicts: The tech and media trends that will shape our year

Every year, Deloitte predicts the tech and media trends that will define the year ahead. This year, we listened. 

George Brown students working on prototypes.

Prototyping the Future: How students and startups are working together to shake up local industry

At George Brown College, students are helping young companies design and prototype tomorrow's technologies. 

Downtown Toronto from Sherbourne Commons

TO 3 For All: Media, music, and trivia for a cause

The Kitchen Library. (Courtesy Lisa Tait Photography)

Sharing is caring (and sustainable): A different kind of commerce is on the rise in T.O.

The city's sharing economy is thriving thanks to a young crop of community-based initiatives. 

Zhibin Wang, Jacky Qiu and Michael G. Helander in the aerelightdesign studio.

Five must-watch startups for 2015

With Toronto picking up speed as a North American epicentre for entrepreneurialism, we rounded up some young businesses poised to make big things happen in the year ahead. 

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