Canada Day

Amy Xie wears Canadian flags in her hair during the Chinese Chamber of Commerce Neighbours Together 2014 celebration of Canada Day in Riverdale Park East. The 2015 celebration at Riverdale Park is one of many taking place throughout the city in commemoration of Canada's birthday.

TORONTO EVENTS: your guide to things to do in Toronto on Canada Day

On Canada Day there are lots of event options in Toronto. Morning/afternoon/evening? No problem? Free ones? Absolutely! Fireworks?...

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Critter Fiona

Fiona is a blind miniature poodle who is described as sweet and loving.

CRITTER CHATTER: Forever homes sought for a couple of sweet pets

Our July pets Gunter the tabby and Fiona the miniature poodle are looking to find lasting summer love with a new forever home....

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Canada Day

Show your patriotic side this Canada Day.

5 ways to celebrate Canada Day

Show your patriotic pride, don your best red and white and celebrate our country’s 148th, partaking in any of the following Canada Day...

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Apology demand

Confederation of Toronto Chinese Canadian Organizations chair Wei Chengyi, left, along with Toronto lawyer and co-founder of the National Congress of Chinese Canadians Ping Tan sit on the panel as the groups demand an apology from the Globe and Mail during a June 30 media conference in Scarborough on behalf of their organizations, the Chinese community and Ontario immigration minister Michael Chan.

Chinese-Canadian organizations demand apologies for stories in Globe and Mail

Two prominent Chinese-Canadian organizations are demanding apologies for allegations they say a Toronto newspaper made against them and an...

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Scarborough to welcome Pan Am Games Torch Relay with events on Sunday-image1

Dr. Ming-tat Cheung of the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto in Scarborough announces that he will carry the Pan Am Games torch into the centre during the Sunday, July 5, torch run through Scarborough. From noon to 4 p.m., there will be a torch relay community celebration by the Pan Am pool at Morningside and Military Trail.

Scarborough to welcome Pan Am Games Torch Relay with events on Sunday

The Pan Am torch takes a tour of Scarborough on July 5, and like many athletes at the Games, it will be moving awfully fast. As...

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Cooking up those mouth watering ribs is Michal Domagala of Billy Bones, at Toronto Ribfest held over the weekend at Centennial Park.

7 free Toronto food festivals this Summer

As a city with a diverse array of cultures, it only makes sense Toronto offers an equally diverse selection of food. As the warmer weather...

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St. Isaac Jogues

Elementary students from St. Isaac Jogues Catholic School celebrated Canada Day on Thursday, June 25 by singing the national anthem on the school's front lawn for the community to hear.

North York students join Catholic school board in showing Canadian pride

All the elementary students from St. Isaac Jogues Catholic School sang O Canada on Thursday, June 25 as they usually do each morning....

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Urban Hero Award winners

The 2015 Urban Hero Award winners gather for a group photo following the presentation ceremony held Monday at The Old Mill.

Etobicoke Guardian celebrates 2015 Urban Heroes at annual ceremony

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