Despite being forced to go virtual Celebrate Toronto will honour Toronto’s 187th anniversary.
Nathan Phillips Square
The weather was wet and icy but the reception by the fans was warm for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who held their annual outdoor practice at Nathan Phillips Square on Thursday afternoon.
Hundreds of women braved the freezing temperatures to show their discontent with the Ontario government.
Although the Toronto weather called for ice rain and snow in the forecast, that didn’t stop participants from showing their support at the 2018 March for Science.
Protesters gathered at Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday to protest the Liberal government’s recent electoral reform decision.
A group of Torontonians are organizing a demonstration against the federal Liberals’ decision to drop their electoral reform promise.
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On Sept. 17, a march drew more than 100 protesters moving from Nathan Philips Square to the waterfront in support of challenging Canada’s policy on refugees.
Harold Mah figured the Toronto Argonauts would win the Grey Cup more than two weeks ago. “Once the Argos entered the playoffs, we were already in discussion about a parade,” Mah said. He is the event support manager for the City of Toronto. For the most part, Mah said, plans for a Grey Cup parade have been organized for the past two weeks.
Sanjay Surendran realized the popularity of cricket in Canada was the same as ice hockey in India. That’s why he started the first cricket team at Durham College. Today, the college recognizes cricket as an official intramural sport. “The thing about Canada is people appreciate your talent,” Surendran said.