The importance of differences in the film world, on and off screen, make for an important experience for all to enjoy together, Cameron Bailey told a live audience in Toronto Wednesday night. “Understanding that there…
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Art curator, Sarah Milroy appeared on The Paul Wells Show and talked about Canada and McMichael’s history with Indigenous artwork
An explanation of why the Super Bowl has become the prime opportunity for companies to advertise, from heartfelt stories to comedic takes on life, commercials ran during the Super Bowl all have the same goal in mind.
The former federal finance minister spoke of Canada’s bleak economic outlook while promoting his new book, Where to From Here.
President Xi Jinping controls almost all of China’s enormous economic power, but some people within the country are losing faith in his leadership, according to historian Margaret MacMillan. “There is now, I think, more criticism…
The U of T Trash Team designed a program called Home Waste Audit in 2020, and it’s helping people change their habits.
Almost 58 per cent of Canadians believe Valentine’s to be a commercial event, yet many are gearing up for the day. This brings us to think whether we are truly celebrating love or doing so just to socially fit in.
As Ontario universities and colleges continue to operate online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students feel their education is lessening in quality while fees stay stagnant.
The U of T Varsity Blues women’s swim team is in prime position to compete for the USports national Swimming Championship.
Until Oct. 31, Haunted Walk is offering a series of ghost tours around the downtown campuses of the University of Toronto.