A local café owner is fighting expropriation through the use of a petition signed by hundreds of supportes.
There are over 22,000 species of plants in South Africa, and Anna Leggatt set out to see them all.
Leggatt shared her recent journey with the East York Garden Club, as well as her encounters with other life forms along the way.
The release of the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” is going to give the Black Speculative Arts Movement a tremendous boost, predicted Quentin VerCetty, artist and founder of Canada’s BSAM organization. “People will be talking about [the film] for a long time, it is something we haven’t seen on screen for a long time, something we artists are trying to create in a speculative realm.”
The world still hates Logan Paul, but it doesn’t seem like he’s going anywhere. At least YouTube finally demonetized his videos –temporarily.
A large group of Torontonians arrived bundled in layers of clothing Tuesday night at Barbara Hall Park in the heart of the city’s gay district for a vigil of solidarity with the city’s LGBTQ community, and to remember the lives taken by an alleged serial killer. Many participants sported white kerchiefs tied around their arms with the words: love, heal, resist and rise.
East York Soccer Club consultant and former president of the Ontario Youth Soccer League Bert Lobo was just 13 years old when he witnessed England win the 1966 World Cup.
The Ryerson Rams are focused on the ultimate prize. Wind of an impressive 13-6 regular season record coupled with their 10th straight playoff appearance was taken out of its sails by the disappointment of failing to defend their 2015-16 title. Rams finished 14th, 14th, and 15th out of 17 schools in three-point percentage (24.7), attempts […]
Patrick Sullivan dedicates his life to raising awareness about marginalized people to students and youth in the GTA through his business Bridges for Youth 2. His business, Bridges for Youth 2, operates out of Sanctuary, a church on Charles Street with a unique way of carrying out their mission to help Toronto’s poor.
A professor and a physician give a talk about aging and creativity at East York’s S. Walter Stewart Library.
Your phone is undoubtedly a productivity-enhancing, communication-enabling, information-processing, knowledge database of a machine. It’s also hub for platforms and all of their business models centre on holding as much of your time as possible.
There are simply too many people in the shelters. What can be done to help them?