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The Cawthra Park Secondary School chamber choir has played some big shows: Roy Thomson Hall with the TSO, the Air Canada Centre with Cirque du Soleil.
Wed May 22, 2013
Radar: Arts & Crafts presents Norman Wong, Inside Out Opening Gala Party, It's Nice To Meet You
Arts & Crafts presents Norman Wong Photography Exhibit Norman Wong, Toronto-based celebrity and fashion photographer, collaborates with Arts & Crafts to open his photo show as part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Air Canada E170 near Toronto on May 7th 2013, gear configuration alarm on climb out
An Air Canada Embraer ERJ-175, registration C-FEJY performing flight AC-354 from Toronto,ON to Boston,MA with 44 people on board, was climbing out of Toronto.
Tornado touches down in Ontario town
Environment Canada confirms that a tornado touched down in Ontario on Tuesday afternoon, ripping the roof off a house and demolishing a barn.
Rob Ford fired as Don Bosco Eagles head coach
The Toronto Catholic District School Board said Wednesday it is dumping Mayor Rob Ford from his position as head coach of the Don Bosco Eagles senior football team.
Video Premiere: Christopher Paul Stelling - 'Brick x Brick'
Brooklyn singer-songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling just released his debut album Songs of Praise and Scorn last year, but with the wealth of critical acclaim that followed Stelling has accumulated a fan base comparable to musicians with much longer recording careers.
Canada spawns its own breed of investor activism
A business environment with fewer corporate and regulatory roadblocks than in the United States, and a natural reticence among established institutional investors to push for change unless the circumstances are extraordinary, has meant challengers have often come from outside Canada.
Globe and Mail
Civic leaders urge Toronto Mayor Rob Ford to speak up on drug allegations
Mayor Rob Ford is seen during a special council meeting on the Toronto Casino debate at city hall in Toronto, Ont., May 21, 2013.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Toronto Star
Man, 46, jailed for luring 3 U.S. girls online
A man who lured 3 U.S. teens into sending him sexual webcam photos he turned into child porn has been declared a long-term offender.
Brampton man reported missing in Australia
Family members joined a frantic search Tuesday for a Canadian man with survival training missing for more than a week in Australia's Snowy Mountains region.
The Toronto Star
Three charged after alleged gang-sexual assault in downtown Toronto parking garage
Three men have been charged after a woman was allegedly subjected to a gang sexual assault in a downtown Toronto parking garage.
Hidden camera catches abuse at Ontario seniors facility
The Ontario government and police are investigating a long-term care facility after a hidden video camera captured an elderly woman with dementia being abused by her caregivers.
The Best Splurge Sushi in Toronto
The best splurge sushi in Toronto lends itself to an entire realm of epic sensations.
Man shot in leg in Etobicoke apartment building
A man is taken away on a stretcher following a shooting on Dixon Road near Islington Avenue early Tuesday morning.
Oklahoma tornado rescue crews work through night
Spotlights bore down on massive piles of shredded cinder block, insulation and metal as crews worked through the night early Tuesday, lifting bricks and parts of collapsed walls where a monstrous tornado barreled through the Oklahoma City suburbs.
Mon May 20, 2013
D-Day beaches wind turbine proposal seeks Canadian comments
Canadian veterans walk on Juno Beach on June 6, 2004. The view from some of those sites could change if a plan to build wind turbines some 10 kilometres off the shore succeeds.
Toronto mayor urged to step down if crack allegations true
The mayor of Canada's largest city, facing allegations that he smoked crack cocaine, and made racial and homophobic slurs on video, must either refute the accusations or step down, fellow city politicians say.