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Tearful memorial at Don Bosco school for victim of shooting

In a darkened high school auditorium, Jina Samouie shook and sobbed as a photo of her smiling son appeared on a screen in front of her. 669 more words


Underworld LARP Presents : South of Heaven

The end is nigh. Inviticus, the unliving Aspect of Hatred itself, sits on his throne of corpses, ready to obliterate the living with an army of undead. 526 more words


Buffer Festival or Should I Say Happy Festival?

This weekend was filled with excitement, laughter, tears and a three-day long migraine! It’s very hard for me to express my thoughts in entirety but YouTube is a big part of my life and it’s been my dream to visit VidCon. 227 more words


Not the running type, but the TV show type.

I’ve honestly watched so many things I’m running out of shows. Dexter, Bones, Hell on Wheels, Sons of Anarchy, The Killing, House of Cards, House of lies, The Wire, Orange Is the New Black and the list goes on. 111 more words

Is Toronto a ‘great’ city? Ford differs with Tory and Chow

At the end of the Toronto Star’s debate on “Big Ideas” to improve Toronto’s future, the top two mayoral candidates presented starkly different views on the city’s present. 743 more words


6 reasons why young professionals should box

A few months back a boxing gym opened right around the corner from my apartment – Big Hit Studios. I was interested, but completely intimidated. 1,225 more words


10 Years Hundreds Of Cats

October 2014 marks a milestone, my 10th year volunteering as a cat cuddler with      Toronto Animal Services.

In that time I have socialized and cuddled hundreds and hundreds of cats. 163 more words