Cavalia’s Odysseo a flawless spectacle: Review
It’s the opening night of Cavalia’s Odysseo show in Toronto and April showers are in full effect. As my friend and I approach the world’s largest touring big top tent, currently set up in Toronto’s Port Lands, the ground, originally intended to be rustically sandy is a muddy, sloppy... Read more
SkedNOW March 12, 2015
What love looks like in public: Black History Month through a religious, feminist LGBT lens
On February 27th, at the end of Black History Month, Pastor David Lewis-Peart and Reverend Chiedza Pasipanodya produced a service to celebrate the significant month through LGBT and feminist lenses and to bring up the ideas that were on their minds and in their hearts. Pasipanodya and Lewis-Peart are... Read more
Striking U of T doctoral students rally for living wages
by Aeryn Pfaff Striking University of Toronto teaching and lab assistants held rallies across the downtown campus today. It’s a week into the strike that started last Friday when the Canadian Union of Public Employees local 3902 rejected a proposed deal that would continue a seven year freeze on... Read more
Toronto church group throws Black History Month service at 519 Community Centre
    by Aeryn Pfaff Sunset Service’s Toronto Fellowship threw a Black History Month service at the 519 Community Centre entitled What Love Looks Like in Public: A Revival that focussed on issues of race and racism, sexuality and gender identity and more through a multi-faith lens. Skedline was... Read more
SkedLive February 27, 2015
SkedLive February 26, 2015
Protesters clash at Queen’s Park over sex-ed curriculum
Protesters clashed Tuesday in front of the Ontario legislature at Queen’s Park over new sex education programming proposed for September 2015 in Ontario public schools. A group of about 300 hundred and a much smaller group of about 20 protested against and for the changes respectively. Protesters were diverse... Read more
Bouchard out of Diamond Games
Canadian Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard had an upset on her record in Belgium Thursday after losing to Germany’s Mona Barthel in the second round of the Diamond Games match. Eugenie Bouchard is a top seed, making this upset a surprise to fans and players alike. Barthel capsized Bouchard 4-6,... Read more
Oilers beat Canadiens in overtime
Despite a lacklustre season, the Edmonton Oilers beat Eastern Conference leaders the Montreal Canadiens Thursday night. They won 4-3 thanks to two players. Ryan Nugent Hopkins brought the Oilers out of a defecit with a goal tying the two teams with only 25 seconds of the game to go,... Read more