Ryan McLeod nets the OT-winner to salvage what was almost a giant collapse by the Steelheads
Four years ago, University of Toronto Varsity Blues soccer captain Lukas MacNaughton had a big decision to make. Born in New York and raised in Belgium, MacNaughton went to high school at the International School of Brussels, but upon graduation he knew he wanted to experience something new. While this season’s leading scorer for the […]
A regular visitor to Evergreen Brick Works says she wants the city to consult the public about improving transit to the city’s proposed new super park site.
At a press conference, Tuesday, Toronto Mayor John Tory announced that the city will begin work on creating the Don River Valley Park. This new park will become the second largest in the city and incorporate the Evergreen Brick Works site.
A local cyclist and avid Toronto-park user believes the proposed Don Valley super park is just what the city needs.
Mayor John Tory announced details Tuesday, during a press conference at the Evergreen Brick Works, regarding the Don River Valley Park. The project, also referred to as a “super park,” will span from the Brick Works south to Lake Ontario and will cover 480 acres.
What was first suspected of being a break-in at Noor’s Fine Foods turned out to be a fire early this morning.
Toronto gets a new park along the Don Valley: privately funded by donors: Mayor John Tory.
Captain Lukas MacNaughton converted two penalties to lead the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s soccer team to a 4-0 win against the Laurentian Voyageurs (5-7-2) on Sunday, securing a final-day showdown with Carleton for a first round playoff bye. Nikolay Saveliev and Jack Wadden completed the scoring, guiding the Blues (11-2-2) into sole possession […]
Toronto Varsity Blues travelled to the north end of the city on Wednesday night hoping to do what no one else had managed to do this season — beat the Ryerson Rams. Under the lights at Downsview Park, a delicious lob from Antonio Ajhert and a Harry Michelis strike secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory that put […]
It took a couple of years, but a local artist’s ship has finally come in.
William Brisland, who creates coastal-inspired artwork, has taken part in the Riverdale Art Show and Sale for the past three years. In all that time, he didn’t sell one of his watercolour paintings.
It may only be mid-October, but local gardeners are already thinking ahead to spring.
Members of the Leaside Garden Society who attended the final speaker engagement of the year on Oct. 13 were invited to learn about tulips and some of the techniques involved in prepping the garden for spring.
Emery Gelissen zipped around the court at Variety Village where recently Canada’s only Volt hockey team held its first practice.
“I wish this thing had six cylinders,” Emery shouted as he took a corner.
Volt hockey involves players in wheelchairs powered by twin 12-volt batteries that can reach a maximum speed of 13 kilometres an hour. Participants control their chairs with the flick of a joystick mounted on either side of the chair. Fixed to the front of each player’s chair is a hockey stick split into three blades – one that juts out directly in front for shooting, and two on either side for ball control.
Ken Wood realizes lawn bowling is competitive. But for him, it’s not about winning.
“I’m not athletic,” he said. “This is about as much athleticism as I’ll get.”
Summer may be gone, but the beautiful weather keeps beckoning East Yorkers to the Cosburn Lawn Bowling Club.
Jason Mullis waited patiently for the funeral to end. People paid their respects at a coffin draped with the Canadian flag and with flowers all around the gravesite.
“I knew something was different,” he said, “so I stood there for … hours waiting for everyone to leave.”
That’s when he finally spoke to Denise, the mother of the deceased veteran being buried. Mullis simply wanted to offer his assistance to her. He recognized the difficulties she might have faced as the mother of a former soldier who died by suicide.
TTC pub crawl — the concept is simple. There are bars, pubs and taverns close to every subway station along the TTC lines making it easy for commuters to hop off, grab a beer and jump back on the subway over to the next station where they can check out other watering holes and neighbourhoods. The trouble is that most people don’t know it exists.
The Toronto Blue Jays are off to a less than ideal start this season, and are currently tied for second in the American League East with a 7-7 record.