Timeline: Rob Ford’s Life
Toronto’s former mayor, Rob Ford, passed away today after a battle with a rare form of cancer. There were reports Ford was put into palliative care yesterday after his tumors were no longer responding to chemotherapy. Known for his scandals and tax-payer friendly politics, Ford’s death comes as a... Read more
The Face of Fentanyl at Humber Lakeshore
What you need to know about Super Tuesday
Canadian media is going to be flooded with news about something called ‘Super Tuesday’ today and tomorrow, as the United States heads into the presidential election primaries. America’s electoral process and events leading up to presidential elections are quite different from Canada’s, so here’s a few things you need to... Read more
Feb 9th SkedLIVE
Feb 9th SkedNOW with Shay Koshy
San Diego Zoo’s northern white rhino dies; only 3 left in the world
One of four of the world’s last remaining northern white rhinos died Sunday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Nola, the 41- year old rhino, was suffering from a bacterial infection and other age-related health issues. According to the zoo’s website, her health took a turn for the... Read more
SkedLive November 14, 2013
Diwali’s different lights shine this weekend

This weekend, when the moon is nowhere to be found in the night sky, thousands of Hindus and Sikhs will be lighting up candles, lamps and fireworks. Literally the “festival of lights”, Diwali is celebrated by Hindus and Sikhs in late October or early November, the exact date being the 13th day of the dark lunar fortnight. This year it falls on November 3.

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I’m Scared of Cyclists

Driving down Lakeshore Boulevard on a Tuesday morning, I find myself shouting (from behind closed windows, of course) at cyclists who bike beside my car. It’s usually because I’m scared of killing them.

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Graffiti is something people normally associate with big cities like Toronto, where catching a glimpse of graffiti or tagging is as easy as walking along Bloor Street. Within the suburbs that constitute the GTA, it is much harder to find graffiti, whether in art form or as teenaged vandalism. Nevertheless, you’ll find it, plastered on to box cars and electrical transformers.

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