The city of Toronto has seen a 35 per cent increase in gun violence from 2016 over the year before. According to figures released by the Toronto Police Service, in 2015, there were a reported 414 victims of gun violence. In 2016, there were over 513.
Articles by Sarah Samwel
With the rise of creepy clown incidents, professional clowns in Canada have become concerned about damage to their reputation.
Self-published author and illustrator says printed copies of his book give him an edge.
The Bank of Canada announced on Thursday the five women it is considering to put on the next Canadian note.
Police executed a search warrant on Tuesday at a residence near Victoria Park Avenue and Finch Avenue East and arrested nine people, age 12 to 39, on firearm charges.
Halfway through the mission, the communication is down. Smoke starts to billow out of the controls. There’s no stopping though. The mission must continue. Hansen’s team has it under control in moments, even though none of them have even graduated high school yet.
Art is breaking free from the confines of the gallery walls, and spilling out onto the streets of Toronto.
One of the latest additions comes in the form of art dioramas from the Open Field Collective run by artists Erika James and Scott McDermid.
This isn’t just any other concert. Tonight, there is no Beethoven, Brahms or Mozart. Tonight, the symphony is playing music from the Zelda video games.
March Break is crunch time for parents scrambling to find new and interesting ways to entertain their young ones. However, March Break doesn’t need to be just about the kids. There are plenty of activities happening around the city for fun seekers of all ages, happening through until March 20.
The pen was a powerful tool in the hands of Jewel Kats. The author of 11 children’s books, she wrote the kinds of stories that she never read growing up, ones that featured people with disabilities like her.