Circle of Eagles film celebrates Indigenous comebacks while showing how traditional ways promote healing

Circle of Eagles film celebrates Indigenous comebacks while showing how traditional ways promote healing

In the documentary Circle of Eagles, Ron Laprise speaks bluntly about the impact of Indian residential school on his life. He reveals that as a result of his horrific experiences, he came to see everyone as a predator. His anger at the world led directly to a long list of criminal convictions. Laprise, an articulate … Read more

Golden Plates 2022: The Georgia Straight celebrates 25 years of culinary excellence

Golden Plates 2022: The Georgia Straight celebrates 25 years of culinary excellence

This marks the 25th year that the Georgia Straight has been publishing its annual Golden Plates issue celebrating the Vancouver food and beverage scene. Every year, the Straight asks readers to vote for their favourites in a wide range of categories. The results are compiled and presented in different boxes sprinkled throughout this week’s issue. … Read more

Toronto officials warn of potential monkeypox exposure at two popular nightclubs

Don’t freak out, but if you happened to be partying at Woody’s or the new Axis Club in downtown Toronto a few weeks back public health officials might want you to start self-monitoring for symptoms of monkeypox. “Toronto Public Health (TPH) is currently investigating its first suspected case of monkeypox in an adult male resident in their … Read more

University of Toronto releases details of music faculty culture review

The exterior of the University of Toronto’s faculty of music.Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail An external review of the University of Toronto’s faculty of music – triggered last year by an open letter alleging misogyny and systemic inequalities – has found many students, faculty and staff reported experiencing sexual harassment or racial discrimination, according to … Read more

State of emergency declared in Ontario town due to possible tornado – The Weather Network

State of emergency declared in Ontario town due to possible tornado  The Weather Network Northern Tornadoes Project investigating storm as death toll climbs to 10  BlackburnNews.com Northern Tornadoes Project continues to investigate damage from Ontario-Quebec storm  CTV News Ottawa After severe storm work is underway to determine if tornados hit  CityNews View Full coverage on Google News

Canada’s largest Smash Bros. tournament returns to Toronto this summer

Think you’ve got what it takes to 1v1 on final destination with no items? Then grab your favourite colour controller, learn your matchups, and clear off your schedule for July 1-3 when Even Matchup Gaming’s Get On My Level 2022 will be taking place at the Sheraton Centre near Queen and University. Known as Canada’s largest tournament for the … Read more

Ontario party leaders focus campaigns on Greater Toronto area

TORONTO – The leaders of Ontario’s main political parties will be campaigning in the Greater Toronto Area today. Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford is headed to Brampton, Ont., where he’ll make an unspecified announcement this morning. Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca will make a few stops around Toronto. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, who contracted COVID-19 … Read more

Canadian Forces urged to contact Habitat for Humanity amid housing crunch – National

An email encouraging members of the Canadian Armed Forces to consider contacting Habitat for Humanity if they can’t find affordable housing is casting a spotlight on a growing challenge facing many military personnel and their families. The email was sent by a senior officer at 19 Wing Comox to other members at the Royal Canadian … Read more

Legendary Vancouver music venue relists with asking price reduced for former Railway Club

An iconic live-music venue in Vancouver has returned to the market in another bid to get a new owner on board. The former Railway Club, now Railway Stage & Beer Café, listed again on May 20 with a reduced price of $449,000. A previous offering for the downtown establishment for almost half a million dollars, … Read more

Montreal police investigate after 2 pedestrians injured in downtown car collision – Montreal

Montreal police are investigating after two pedestrians were injured in a collision with a car in the city’s downtown core Monday. Police const. Raphaël Bergeron said an 83-year-old man was struck by a driver heading southbound on Côte-des-Neiges Road around 9 a.m. near the intersection of Guy and Sherbrooke streets. The man was taken to … Read more