With the rise of creepy clown incidents, professional clowns in Canada have become concerned about damage to their reputation.
Articles by Kaitlyn Smith
A month ago, Gemma and Anna Postill opened Be The Vibe to raise $3,000 for a sustainable rain water system in East Africa.
Toronto’s coalitions and organizations for transit riders met yesterday to discuss their next steps after the 10-cent fare increase jointly approved by the TTC on Wednesday.
Rain and cold weather didn’t stop demonstrators from attending Toronto’s largest anti-Trump rally on Saturday against the recent U.S. presidential elections.
Torontonians for Trump have responded to the planned Anti-Trump Rally at City Hall this weekend with a rally of their own.
What was first suspected of being a break-in at Noor’s Fine Foods turned out to be a fire early this morning.
Gordon Stuckless begins his sentencing hearing after pleading guilty to over 100 charges of sexual assault, today.
Rob Ford was “very true to himself and his principles”, Mayor John Tory said. Tory spoke with media following the news that the former mayor and Ward 2 councillor had died at the age of 46 after fighting a rare cancer. “(Rob Ford) was above all else a profoundly human guy, and he will be missed,” Tory said.
Music “was his life,” said Mr. Lippert’s wife, Gloria — who was married to her husband for almost 52 years.
David McClyment is an artist, art teacher and the coordinator of the college’s fine arts program. When I first met him in his office, he pointed at my head and said I’d need to turn my brain off.