Imagine a city. A big, bustling, friendly city. A city that Reader’s Digest ranked in its top three “most courteous” cities in the world. Now imagine a city where a 17-year-old is stripped to his underwear, brutally beaten and fatally stabbed in front of dozens of witnesses.
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On Sept. 14, 2004, Brenda McIntyre’s life changed. The day before her mother’s 60th birthday, Brenda McIntyre sat holding her hand in a surgeon’s office. The doctor explained to her that he would have to remove her mother’s breast. As the reality settled in, she couldn’t figure out the words to comfort her mom. Her mom’s reaction ended up shocking her the most.
Without anywhere to dance the tarantella and play the tambourines, some Italians in Scarborough are feeling left out with the lack of Italian festivals in the area. “Everything is in the west end of the city; everything is in Woodbridge; everything is there and we felt we were the black sheep of the Italian community,” […]
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Eight-year-old Matthew Demy spent a sunny Wednesday afternoon playing shinny with his idols. Matthew’s been playing sledge hockey since last fall and says he really enjoys it. “Yeah, it’s really fun,” Matthew said. “I just play any position. But I really like centre.”