Many of the current participants in the Toronto Roller Derby league (ToRD) started as faces in the crowd. Taking in the sport evolved into a need to be a part of it.
When you think about the elite high-school basketball programs in the city of Toronto, one name generally stands above the rest – Eastern Commerce Collegiate.
High school is all about the future. What will you do next? Where do you go?
The Eastern Commerce girls’ senior basketball team hosted their last game on Thursday, and left their gym in style, taking down Northern 92-39.
One of the ways to save polar bears from a melting climate, according to the Toronto Zoo, is for the city to become a chillier place.
Introducing ice energy to the city, the Zoo is showcasing a new system that replaces air conditioners with stored ice blocks. Using ice to reduce peak demands and stave off the effects of a changing climate in the Arctic. If the Zoo has their way, this could be the way of the future for Toronto.
Growing up in a family of truckers, Randall Anderson never thought the time he spent with his father would resurface years later in his artwork.
As cars pulled up in front of Zoom Bar and young people began congregating in the parking lot, it was obvious something was going on that night. Scarborough’s talent came together on Sept. 16 to perform at Music Brings Peace to raise money for the East Metro Youth Services violence intervention project.
Frank Dancevic reeled off nine straight games in his Davis Cup match on Sunday before surrendering a single one to his opponent from the Dominican Republic.
The big league Blue Jay squad isn’t the only ball team in the city racking up the runs this year. The West Hill Blue Jays proved too much for the competition on the weekend, going undefeated over three games on their way to winning the Scarborough Baseball Association Pee Wee House League championship.