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Articles by Braydon Holmyard
TORONTO — When Gordie Michie touched the wall at the end of his race, he had no idea how fast he just swam. The para-swimmer, racing in the S14 classification, set a new Canadian record and…
TAMPA, Fla. – Amber Donovan channeled two years of frustration into her swing and crushed a home run in her first at bat of the year. She was back. “When she hit the home run,…
Adele has announced her plans for a 2016 North American tour, including four shows at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre.
The Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association (OSBA) has embarked on its inaugural season.
The Toronto Police collected 108 guns and 8,000 rounds of ammunition in a recent two-week gun amnesty program.
Protestors gathered outside of Mayor John Tory’s second-floor office recently arguing against an approved motion to revitalize Seaton House, one of the oldest homeless facilities in Toronto.
A McDonalds on Danforth Avenue that has become familiar to crime was robbed early this morning.
East York residents are starting to appreciate the complexity of high-end quality coffee blends. Typically, Canadians are known for their reputation of consuming cup after cup of Tim Hortons brew. However, the quick convenience of the daily double double is being pushed to the side with the emergence of many artisan cafes throughout the East York community. These cafes provide a quality cup of joe, meticulously brewed specific to the customer’s preferences.
It didn’t take long for newly signed Toronto Maple Leafs forward Brad Boyes to contribute to the city that drafted him.
Boyes joined the Shoppers Drug Mart team Thursday to help raise money for Toronto East General Hospital (TEGH).