The Bicycle Opera Project

The Bicycle Opera Project brings Canadian contemporary opera to communities across Ontario, to people who might otherwise have little oportunity to experience it - by bicycle. Pictured (l-r) tenor Christopher Enns, Tristan Durie, flute, Larissa Koniuk, soprano, Geoffrey Sirett, baritone, Stephanie Tritchew, mezzo, Chelsea Shanoff, sazophone and Wesley Shen, music director/piano.

West-end musicians pedal their love of opera throughout Ontario

It’s a gig unlike any other she’s ever had before. Saxophonist Chelsea Shanoff is in the midst of touring Ontario on two wheels as part...

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Milos Raonic

Tennis pro Milos Raonic makes the announcement Friday of a $20,000 donation to Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation, through the Milos Raonic Foundation, that will benefit the hospital's Igniting Fitness Possibilities program.

Milos Raonic serves up donation for Holland Bloorview Foundation

At first, Vesna Raonic was hesitant when her son Milos, the highest ranked male tennis player in Canada, said he was going to start his own...

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Galyn Esmé

Galyn Esmé, known by her performance name NiLLa, is a coordinator at UNITY Charity, an organization that empowers youth through hip hop and the arts.

Parkdale hip-hop emcee NiLLa empowers youth through the arts

Engaging youth with hip-hop culture is teaching them all about inclusiveness. That’s what Toronto hip-hop emcee Galyn Esmé (who goes by...

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Blumorpha rendering

A rendering of the Blumorpha pop-up window display at 1447 Gerrard St. E.; the window displays aim to help beautify the Little India retail strip.

Pop-up window displays help beautify Little India retail strip

An out-of-the-box experiment to incubate new business in the Gerrard India Bazaar is working. Inspired by the pop-up shops on The...

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Car Accident

A memorial has been set up at McRae Drive and Millwood Avenue in memory of Georgia Walsh, 7, who was struck and killed by a vehicle Wednesday. The Leaside girl's funeral will take place Monday, July 21, at St. Paul's Anglican Church on Bloor Street East.

Leaside neighbourhood in shock over death of seven-year-old girl struck by minivan

A Leaside resident is mounting a lawn sign campaign to urge drivers to slow down in the wake of Wednesday’s accident that took the life of...

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Unity Festival

Why-Jay-E, left, and Mitch Nugent, members of 1st Class, perform at the Art Gallery of Ontario on Wednesday as they prepare for the upcoming Unity Festival.

Musical duo 1st Class to perform at Unity Festival, showcasing youth talent

Though they have only been working together for a short time, musical duo 1st Class have quickly found their groove. Consisting of...

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