Female Raptors fans have a mixed reaction of Raptors Twitter due to the constant harassment
The women’s-only sneaker boutique is carving a space for communities that have gone long unnoticed in the sneaker industry, one shoe at a time.
Five Black women in Toronto share their experiences with discrimination against their dark-skinned complexions, in hopes of shedding light on colourism and its damaging effects
Toronto International Film Festival’s media inclusive initiative proves to be successful even in pandemic.
By William Prowse Snatching a great deal on the Toronto housing market is like hitting the lottery jackpot. The chances are slim, and competition is fierce. You will strike out again, and again, so your patience must be limitless. It makes sense, then, that to land some of our city’s most prized real estate, a…
From an internship to a championship
Ancient Japanese traditions and a mandatory tryout period don’t even begin to describe this unique Davisville dojo
How a Toronto dog store is tailoring social interactions, hikes and experiences for dogs to live a better life.
By Zainab Zulfikarali Damji The sound of rattles and beeping toy cars emerge from the toddler room down the hallway, and as you walk away and inch closer to the infant room, the faint calming music you can hear through the glass windows signals that it’s nap time for the little ones. All throughout the…
By Pooja Rambaran It was New Year’s Eve 2015 when sound engineer Rajen Mistry was setting up the equipment for the live band performances at May, a Vietnamese dive-bar. May sat on the bustling street of Dundas West, its basement left forlorn, collecting years of dust. Not long after the clock had ticked down to…