Actor Ryan Reynolds dedicates his Critics’ Choice Award to Toronto’s SickKids Foundation and Make-A-Wish on Sunday night.
A woman believed to be 87 years old was struck and killed by a vehicle in the city’s north end.
One of America’s top heavy metal bands, Metallica, will be playing for charity tonight at Toronto’s Opera House, donating proceeds to the Daily Bread Food Bank.
With the Blue Jays regular season kicking off on Sunday, no one seems to be more pumped than Marcus Stroman. “I’m excited to be the ace and I’m looking forward to running with it,” Stroman said during a press conference. It was expected when the organization gave up on signing David Price for the 2016 […]
As Dunbarton High School student Brandon Parker was on his way to his locker, he recalls something he says he’ll never forget. In his sightline was a 16-year-old saw a girl carrying two large kitchen knives, running down the hallway in his direction.
When audio-visual technician Al Bennett first began working at Centennial College’s Warden Woods campus, digital technology didn’t exist and black and white video was just starting to be used in most colleges. Flash-forward almost half a century later, and technology sure isn’t what it used to be.
When McClyment was just 10 years old, he recalls his Grade 3 teacher crying as she made the announcement to the class that U.S. president John F. Kennedy had been assassinated. This historical event is what inspired him to draw what was displayed at the David Kaye Gallery located in the heart of Toronto in January.
In 1963, when artist David McClyment was 10 years old, he recalls his Grade 3 teacher crying as she announced to his class that U.S. President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated.
“What was going on? My teacher crying?” McClyment remembered thinking.
While it may not have registered when he was 10, McClyment sensed the assassination had significance in his life and his artistic expression.
Syd Oliveira is a father and minor hockey league coach. These days, neither is an easy job. Oliveira recalls one incident in which a parent didn’t like the fact that he (Oliveira) had benched his son for playing to aggressively. “In one game, he yelled at me (using a) racial slur; it was very disturbing,” Oliveira said. “He was removed from the association and minor hockey for two years.”