The game tag, played by youngsters throughout many decades, has been thrown out the window by a Toronto school.
The ongoing street war between Toronto drivers and cyclists has reached a new level these days with the publishing of a YouTube video depicting how dangerous it is for bikers to drive in their designated lanes.
When he dances in dark colours and his steps are fast-paced, Miroslav Marcetic thinks of the northern part of his Serbian heritage. When in bright colours and relaxed pace, he has the south in mind.
“Each dance has its own identity,” Marcetic said. “It’s extremely important in a country like Canada, with it being multicultural, to showcase your culture, not only to boast, but to make it a better country.”
Residents say they’ve received letters from the city in the past week telling them to remove sporting equipment from city property or face a $90 fine. Other residents have received visits from bylaw officers.
In the latest development in the York University strike, CUPE 3903 announced late Sunday afternoon that the bargaining team for units 1 and 3 has come to a tentative agreement with the university.
Imagine being on your way somewhere and the TTC bus you’re in is not moving, because it can’t get up the hill in the snow. That is exactly what happened to many passengers on Monday February 2, when at least one bus on York Mills Road east of Yonge Street was struggling to get up the hill, due to the 22 centimetres of snow that walloped Southern Ontario overnight Sunday and into the morning commute. The TTC buses do not use snow tires.