The Toronto Newsgirl Boxing Club aims to spread positivity and togetherness in Toronto’s east end, says boxing coach and owner Savoy Howe.
It was a blow out to say the least. The University of Toronto Varsity Blues fell 67-37 to the Ryerson Rams. The Varsity Blues couldn’t catch a break on defence and weren’t making offensive strides enough to compete in the Rams home-opening game. Despite the loss, University of Toronto head coach Michele Belanger was able […]
Love jazz vesper services at Northlea United encourages connection, community, and sharing
The Goliath birdeater is the newest addition to the Royal Ontario Museum’s collection of over 400 species of arachnid. It is one of the worlds largest species and hails from the Amazon rainforest. This beautiful specimen feeds on anything it can sink its fangs into. Insects, rodents, small lizards, and according to the ROM entomologist Mateus Pepinelli who helps maintain the exhibit, yes it can eat a small bird, but he admits that birds aren’t apart of its main diet.
Ontario’s “government for the people” has released a plan for social-assistance reform that may not benefit all the people.
Due to the severity of the outbreak around romaine lettuce, East York restaurants and grocery stores have had to modify their orders and recipes.
It was the summer of 1973 and four keen journalism students didn’t know it yet, but they were about to create a local legacy. Today, we are saying goodbye to that legacy: The East York Observer.
It wasn’t looking good for Aidan Wallace’s University of Toronto Blues men’s hockey team last Saturday night. They had just lost to McGill the night before, and now they were down 4-1 to Concordia with four minutes left in the third period. The smattering of U of T fans inside Varsity Arena had started to […]
A new book by former mayor Alan Redway chronicles the history of East York, from its 1924 incorporation until its dissolution by Mike Harris’s Progressive Conservative government.
As winter approaches, certain methods of transportation are being stored away for the season. For a large group of people, however, that doesn’t include skateboards.
For 46 years we served the East York Community. Just a bunch of students with drive and ambition wanting to be a part of something great. And great we were.
The East York Observer was an award-winning paper recognized as one of the best student-run paper in Toronto.
Stranded on the side of a highway, a group of friends on their way to a birthday celebration get help from an unexpected source.