With the rise of creepy clown incidents, professional clowns in Canada have become concerned about damage to their reputation.
Articles by Raquel A. Russell
Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival celebrates 20 years.
The City of Toronto and Toronto Maple Leafs’ announce six free skating locations for January in celebration of Winter Week and 100 years of hockey.
Winter is coming. Toronto Public Health has released some tips to prepare.
A community consultation meeting is one of the actions that Toronto Arts groups are taking while they work to get a new mural at the East York Community Centre.
Considering a suger-free diet? The Toronto Observer looks at the popularity of sugar-free diets and the health benefits of ditching those sweet-tooth cravings.
On Tuesday night, a line wrapped around Toronto City Hall as many turned out to pay their respects to former Toronto mayor Rob Ford.
Raj Khan has a solution to the problem he sees in the closure of the Goodwill store in East York. “I would start my own business,” Khan said. “(I’d call it) ‘Betterwill,’ better will than the Goodwill and (that of) the CEO.” On Jan. 18, Toronto Goodwill CEO Keiko Nakamura released a statement announcing the closures of 16 stores and 10 donation centres due to a “cash flow crisis.”
For Elizabeth Olive, remembrances of war are sometimes few and far between. “My grandfather was a prisoner of war,” she said, noting his experience in Asia during the Second World War. “He died many years before I was born – I never met him – but I learned of his story through my mum and I knew that I needed to follow that up.”
The winner in the Parkdale-High Park riding, in Monday night’s federal vote, has put health care at the top of his to-do list as the new MP. On Monday, Parkdale-High Park constituents elected Liberal candidate Arif Virani over NDP incumbent, Peggy Nash. Virani attracted just over 42 per cent of votes, according to the CBC’s Canada Votes website, while Nash garnered just over 40 per cent of ballots.