New CBC comedy a celebration of all that is Canadian, and it’s hilarious
Faced with overcrowding on T.O. courts, the city has initiated consultations on its public tennis courts as well as its not-for-profit outdoor clubs, which some say leave young players out in the cold. Consultations as well as an online survey (toronto.ca/tennis) continue until Aug. 4. We asked some local racqueteers for their thoughts on the public vs. (semi) private debate
Gavin Crawford, an actor-comedian, stars in one of the Fringe’s most anticipated shows this year.
Canada Day on Wednesday is a statutory holiday, which is great news until you get to ever-frustrating question: What are we going to do today? Here is our list of the four best ways to spend your time off from the daily grind.
For the 33rd summer in a row, Canadian Stage is presenting Shakespeare under the stars in the High Park Amphitheatre.
TIFF is putting on a summer getaway with the Italian masters of neorealism. My One Demand, a film shot in a single take and broadcast live is happening at Luminato.
We did it with Vietnamese boat people and now Syrian refugees need our help
Gwenevere “Gwen” Repetski turned three about a week before Father’s Day and her parents are overjoyed to see their daughter crawling and laughing. She was diagnosed with epilepsy when she had her first seizure in 2012. Her father, Alexander Repetski feeds Gwen cannabidiol CBD three times a day, and she hasn’t had a seizure since the treatment began.
From Kangoo jumps to Skyrobs to paddle boarding classes, Toronto has no shortage on unique fitness trends.