Posted: Dec 4 2013 11:34 am The Dynasty Cheer Academy will be performing at the 2013 University and Open National Cheerleading Championships in Brampton. The competition tests various Ontario academies on their comprehension of stunts, tumbling, and floor performance
Posted: Dec 2 2013 4:32 pm It’s official, Black Friday is becoming a Canadian retail tradition. The shopping phenomenon, traditionally held in the U.S. the day after Thanksgiving, has made its way past the Canadian border. Many Canadian retailers across the country are slashing prices on big-ticket items such as electronics. But is it enough to sway cross-border shoppers? Communications Manager […]
Posted: Nov 28 2013 1:45 pm Drivers speeding past a school. It's a serious problem that concerned Scarborough resident Judy Tutchener enough that she decided to take action. She took to Twitter on Nov. 6 to voice her concern to Ward 43 councillor Paul Ainslie and ask for his help.
Posted: Dec 3 2013 5:13 pm The game may have ended in a disappointing 52-20 loss for the women’s basketball team at the University of Toronto Scarborough but the mood was still positive. This wasn't just any game, after all. Organized by Give 1NE, the basketball game was co-ordinated to help raise money for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Posted: Nov 11 2013 3:49 pm Three times a week, youth punch, jab, bob, and weave their way to gaining self confidence. In the quaint Malvern neighbourhood, they are using body boxing as a safe way of relieving stress.
Posted: Nov 9 2013 12:45 pm For most people, the choice to leave a secure, comfortable job, in order to start a new business from the ground up, would be a difficult one to make. For Danny Fritz, it wasn’t. The CEO of the newly founded SportBox Entertainment Group, left his prominent position at IMG (one of the world’s largest sports […]
Posted: Dec 4 2013 2:10 pm It was a chilly Friday morning in midtown Toronto. A score of young boys and girls just finished a short run. This run marked a partnership between the Free The Children charity, and restaurant chain Freshii. The charity and restaurant recently announced a partnership to help feed students in developing countries by funding school kitchens […]
Posted: Dec 3 2013 9:34 am Vibrant costumes, intricate jewellery and enthusiastic dance are all pieces of the Bollywood puzzle. But more than just a style of music and film, it is a culture. A culture that accepts multiculturalism through a new technique called Bollyfuze. Founder Reshmi Chetram started Bollyfuze, a division of the Tarana Dance Centre on Middlefield Road in […]
Posted: Nov 11 2013 7:07 pm 100 Years Inside Leaside will be woven around the life of Walter David Newel, a man who paid the ultimate price for Canada’s freedom. He was killed during a training run in the Second World War. He was born and raised in Leaside, and there are memorials of him throughout the community.
Posted: Oct 15 2013 11:53 am What may seem like a no-brainer from a health standpoint will be a logistical headache to implement — and Mayor Ford has already voiced his disagreement with this proposal.
Posted: Oct 6 2013 5:06 pm An all-digital library would erase the need for print editions of books and magazines, therefore erasing the amount of paper wasted on hard-copy reading material. Those trees could be saved.