Last season could not have gone better for Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Jeremy Bracco.
From cap to t-shirt, tote bag to earrings, Toronto Blue Jays logos adorned Marilyn Ryerse’s outfit. Ryerse was one of thousands of fans who streamed into the Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on a sunny Tuesday afternoon to watch the Jays take on Team Canada in spring training action. But on this day, the most powerful stories had nothing to do with the boxscore.
Follow our Toronto Observer team of reporters bringing you all the coverage Saturday live from the Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario. From the media box to the sidelines, and from the stadium to the tailgate parties, follow the first-ever Toronto Observer coverage of this marquee event in Canadian collegiate sports.
From guests at the Trump International Hotel and Tower in downtown Toronto to employees at the U.S. Consulate a few blocks away, Toronto is paying close attention to the results of the 2016 American presidential election. Our team of reporters is fanned out across the city gathering reaction, while a mobile crew is on an election road trip to New York State to cover the angles as they make their way across the border.
The Toronto Blue Jays are off to a less than ideal start this season, and are currently tied for second in the American League East with a 7-7 record.
When Anna Amy Ho was 13, she was devastated after her mother and grandmother were killed in a bloody murder-suicide. After the paramedics and police arrived, she did not know what was going on, Ho says. But she recalls she was provided with guidance, counselling and financial support from social workers. “I didn’t know who the social workers were,” Ho said.”All I knew […]