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EXCLUSIVE: A Toronto Organization Is On A Mission To Help Artists And Save Music Venues At Risk Of Closing Forever Across The City

COVID-19 has hit many businesses hard, especially those within the Toronto music scene. In total, 22 music venues were lost last year and fans began to take not...[Read More]

A Spa Owner Turned Chef Reignited His Love For Cooking During The Pandemic And Is Blowing Up Online

For the past year, COVID-19 has reconnected many of us with our passions and hobbies. For Jonathan Robson, COVID has been a blessing in disguise. It gave him th...[Read More]

EXCLUSIVE: This Indigenous Organization In Nunavut Is Utilizing Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars In Funds To Support Their Community

This Indigenous organization has one goal: To provide Nunavummuit, people living in Nunavut, with English and Inuit literacy skills while keeping their teaching...[Read More]

Drake And Live Nation Are Launching A New Venue In The 6ix This Year With Show Dates Confirmed

Early Tuesday morning, Live Nation Ontario announced that they’d be teaming up with Toronto legend Drake to bring us a fresh new venue later this year. It...[Read More]

EXCLUSIVE: This Is What The Statue Of Egerton Ryerson Being Toppled Means For The Indigenous Community

The controversial statue of Egerton Ryerson, whom Ryerson University is named after, has been toppled over after previously being defaced.  The uproar against t...[Read More]

It’s Filipino Heritage Month And These Toronto Entrepreneurs Are Pushing For Representation Across The Globe

June is Filipino Heritage Month, and two Toronto entrepreneurs have spearheaded a brand new movement to push for more representation across the globe. Argentina...[Read More]