Don Cherry fired for racist Remembrance Day rant on ‘Coach’s Corner’
Sportsnet has fired flamboyant hockey commentator Don Cherry for the offensive xenophobic remarks he made during his Coach’s Corner segment Saturday night.  Cherry is infamous for shifting away from his hockey commentary to give his take on other subjects including his love of the Canadian military and the sacrifices... Read more
Radiohead wants apology in fatal Toronto stage collapse
Radiohead has posted a statement demanding an apology for the Toronto stage collapse, that killed one and injured three in 2012. Scott Johnson, 33, was working as a stage technician when he was killed at Downsview Park during a Radiohead concert on June 16, 2012. The statement was made... Read more
Raptors return home to play the Kings
The Toronto Raptors return home after getting a blown out by the Milwaukee Bucks 105-115.  The Kings have been heating up as of late, as they are on a two-game winning streak and are looking to extend their streak tonight.  Kyle Lowry is coming off a hot game against... Read more
York Police bust human trafficking ring with 300 charges, 31 arrests
Thirty-one people have been arrested in connection with a human trafficking ring in the GTA and Quebec. York Regional Police in a press conference today detailed how more than 300 charges were laid last Thursday, Oct. 10 following almost a year-long investigation. Police say the trafficking ring was run... Read more
blink 182’s impact on the Toronto music scene
From saving marriages to inspiring musicians, the SoCal pop-punk trio has left its stamp on the Toronto music scene. Blink 182 recently released their ninth studio album. The band decided to name it NINE. NINE shows a change in the band’s sound but sticks to its roots. The Rolling... Read more
How Toronto International Film Festival welcomed Humber College students
By Luka Tskhadaia The 44th Toronto International Film Festival came to its official end on Sep. 15. It showed over 300 screenings from 80 different countries to the world and students from Humber College’s Film & Media Production program have had a hand in some of them. One of... Read more
Not a typical Monday Night: De-Escalation Training with Sistering
Instead of staying home watching TV, Monday, September 17, around 20 people gathered for a De-Escalation Training session at a Bloorcourt Village coffee shop.  Priyanka Sheth, Program Director at the not-for-profit organization Sistering, gave tips, techniques on how to de-escalate a situation of an encounter with a homeless person,... Read more
2019 Ricoh Woodbine Mile won by longshot El Tormenta
Sam-Son Farm’s El Tormenta, a horse who has faced much hardship in his racing career, triumphed to a record-setting victory under jockey Eurico Rosa da Silva at 44-1 odds in Saturday’s 23rd running of the Grade One $1 million Ricoh Woodbine Mile. The win punched El Tormenta’s ticket to... Read more
Skedline Sports for April 2, 2019
Sports cast March 27
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