Originally known as the Town Crier community newspapers, Streeter is an online publication sharing news, opinions and events in selected Toronto neighbourhoods.
Our community content has been online since about 2002 under variations on the Town Crier name until September 2017 when it was succeeded by Streeter.ca.
This website covers a growing list of neighbourhoods — 72 at last count — in Toronto, most of them concentrated in the midtown, central Toronto, and East Toronto area.
Neighbourhood news is also grouped into the seven larger “communities” of Central Toronto, North Toronto, Forest Hill, Leaside, Don Valley, Riverdale-East York, and Beaches-Leslieville.
With the help of professional journalists and local contributors, we are continually increasing coverage in more neighbourhoods and communities.
Accessing your news
You can read the news and views arising from the local neighbourhoods on Streeter.ca in at least four ways:
- Select the News, Views, Things To Do or other features from the Streeter.ca home page which aggregates news from all Streeter neighbourhoods.
- Select a community from the drop-down menu “Select My Community” from the homepage, to get the news, opinions and events in the Central Toronto, North Toronto, Forest Hill, Leaside, Don Valley, Riverdale-East York, and Beaches-Leslieville communities, each of which include several smaller neighbourhoods.
- Select a community from the map and listings on the “Find Your Community Edition” page at https://streeter.ca/find-editions/.
- Select a neighbourhood from the map and listings on the “Find Your Neighbourhood” page at https://streeter.ca/find-neighbourhoods/.
Last updated Dec. 23, 2020