Civil rights pioneer Viola Desmond will be the first woman, other than the Queen, to be featured on Canadian currency. Desmond will appear on the $10 bill.
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There was a lot of late-night crying when Trump was elected in the United States, say Canadian Muslims.
On Halloween night, coaches and members from Toronto Newsgirls Boxing Club came together, dressed as clowns, at the Church and Wellesley annual parade with a mission.
On Monday the Scotiabank Giller jury will award $100,000 to the author of the best Canadian novel or short story collection published in English.
When people think of police cars, they immediately think of flashing lights, high speed-chases, and uniformed police officers catching bad guys. This is what police cruisers are meant to do, but what happens when the car has too much mileage, or isn’t worth fixing? When law enforcement vehicles are put out for retirement, they often find second careers. They turn into someone else’s private car, or maybe even turn up as a prop in a blockbuster movie.
When Mohamed al Chebli fled Syria he left something precious behind. “I left my mom, dad (and my) sister,” he said. “Then in Lebanon I had to leave my other sisters.” Al Chebli had no…
Members of the Greek community took the streets of Greektown on Sunday to take part in the annual Greek Independence Day parade. There was music, food, dancing, traditional clothes and more.
On the next issue of Canadian bank notes, an iconic Canadian women will appear, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Tuesday.
The issue of doctor-assisted death is igniting polarizing debates in Toronto, pitting the right to life against the right to choose.
Victor Fraser is a local graffiti and street artist who loves the city.
His murals and street art showcase a universal image, one that he says has the ability to transcend preconceptions and notions and connects directly to the audience.