The 30 Best Things We Saw at the Toronto Raptors Parade
While our favourite thing was Marc Gasol’s, uh, exuberance, there was lots of joy to be found around Toronto.
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Toronto Raptors Celebration Marred by Reported Shooting in Nathan Phillips Square
The reported shooting led hundreds to flee the scene, which featured the entire Raptors team and dignitaries such as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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Diehard Toronto Raptors Fans Describe the Highs and Lows of Remaining Loyal
With the NBA finals starting tonight, we asked fans about the impact the team has had on Toronto.
Jumping on the Raptors Bandwagon Made Me Finally Stop Hating Toronto
Even though I’ve lived here for years, this Raptors run is the only time I’ve ever felt like Toronto was my home.
The Cult of Home Ownership Tortures Millennials Unnecessarily
Experts say the astronomical cost of living in big cities is burden enough without adding the stress of buying a home at any cost.
Does Drake Even Know Who Smash Mouth Are? An Investigation
After the Toronto Raptors made it to the NBA finals, Smash Mouth decided to tell Drake he's no All Star.
We Should All Embrace Drake’s Pettiness
After the Raptors won game five of the NBA eastern conference finals, Drake showed Canadians the way to go about their business.
The Church Where It’s Legal to Use Ayahuasca
Owen James, founder of Ceu de Toronto, is expecting new members to flock to the church after it received an exemption from Health Canada to use the hallucinogenic drug.
How Canadians Can Respond to Milwaukee’s Drake Ban
After a radio station banned the Toronto Raptors fan, there’s only one thing patriotic Canadians can do: retaliate.
YouTube Pulls Canadian Anti-Islam Vlogger Following Record Defamation Lawsuit Loss
Kevin J. Johnston conducted a vile campaign against Toronto restaurateur Mohamad Fakih on Facebook and YouTube.
Some Guy Dressed as the Joker Is Terrorizing Toronto Restaurants
The hero Toronto needs right now is somebody who can finally take down this hacky facsimile of Joker.
Punk Is in Trouble in Toronto After Closing Of Last Dedicated Underground Venue
Gentrification is making it harder to run dedicated venues, testing the resilience of a countercultural movement.