Thousands of professional eSports players gather all year round for tournaments, including the recent AMD ExtravaLANza in Markham, Ont. in early November 2016. Follow the team of local players who won the DOTA 2 tournament.
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Toronto Police Services’ 55 Division will be targeting individuals wanted on warrants and breaching bail conditions this holiday season ing Project Grinch.
The Toronto Zoo announced Wednesday its beloved tawny African lion, Jerroh, has died due to what pathologists suspect to be pancreatic cancer.
Being a feline lover can reap healthy benefits, according to study by the Fauna Communications Research Institute.
According to the findings, purr vibrations range between 20 to 140 hertz, which can help fight against a variety of illnesses.
Hundreds gathered at the Wat Lao Veluwanaram of Ontario temple this weekend to pray and celebrate the year 2559 in the Buddhist calendar.
Meet ‘Charade. Partially masked, Charade is a real-life superhero who probes the downtown core in his spare time to help those in need.
Canada’s number two burger chain, A&W, is switching from Heinz to French’s ketchup and yellow mustard.
Six months, was what they told him. Sitting in the back of a truck, he was being driven to a place unknown. All he knew was his destination was in another province up north. He was among 450 fellow officials and soldiers. Each minute that passed was a kilometre farther away from his loved ones. Little did he know, those six months would become eight years. Colonel Khamtanh Thirakul, who served in the Royal Lao Army, found himself at a prisoner-of-war camp in 1976. In a fenced-off area in the middle of a forest, the men were instructed to build a tent to live in, from scratch. Each tent would house up to 35 men. It did not take long for the men to realize that this will not be a short stay. “That’s the way they lie to you,” Khamprasith Thirakul, son of Khamtanh Thirakul, said. The camp became a prison.
The winner in Monday’s federal election campaign in Toronto Centre says he ran because he was inspired by constituents in his riding. Liberal Bill Morneau, now the MP for Toronto-Centre, celebrated his victory Monday night at the Paint Box Bistro, in Regent Park. About 100 supporters attended the reception. He attracted over 57 per cent of the votes, according to the CBC Canada Votes website, while his nearest competitor, NDP candidate Linda McQuaig captured nearly 27 per cent.