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OSAP protests

On January 25, thousands of students marched from Yonge and Dundas square to Queen’s Park to protest the announcement made by the Ontario government...

Gertler released from Waterfront project

Waterfront Toronto board of director Meric Gertler, the president of the University of Toronto, along with the board’s chair, Helen Burstyn, and provincial appointee...

The museum of Insta-worthy illusions

Were you to pass by the Museum of Illusions at 132 Front Street East, you would likely shrug it off as a shop that...

Nuit Blanche 2016: Two perspectives

Brainwaves and water Rachael MasihOne project that stood out at Nuit Blanche this year was an interactive piece by Lisa Park called “Eunoia II.”In this...

Keeping traditions alive at Storyboot

Starting September 11, Indigenous youth between the ages of 12 and 25 are encouraged to sign up for Storyboot Schools, where they will be...

It’s now or never, Toronto

The urgency of post-season baseball has arrived a month ahead of schedule in Toronto, Baltimore, Boston, and New York. A mere three games separate...

Counting down the final days of print?

Within Canada’s Digital Divides (a Poynter Institute report written by Ken Goldstein) lies an ominous statement: “In 2025, it is likely that there will...

Let your muse out: poetry as storytelling

Poetry and spoken word are often used to breach difficult and pressing topics, as was the case at this year’s second semi-final of the...

Rawling in the genes

To many, learning about evolution, natural selection, and the specifics behind genetics may not seem very interesting, but with UTM’s Fiona Rawle, it’s an...

Hollywood eyes Toronto for filming

Recognizable films that have been shot in Toronto include the Resident Evil films, Silent Hill, Cinderella Man, the Dawn of the Dead remake, all seven Saw movies, RED, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Kick-Ass, and even X-Men.

Toronto Maple Leafs making final playoff push

The Toronto Maple Leafs are making that infamous playoff push that they’ve done ever since the lockout of 2004/05.It has been seven years since...

Wells’ trade ushers in new era for Toronto

The underwhelming Vernon Wells era in Toronto finally came to an end last month. The Blue Jays traded Wells in a move that many...
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