Toronto

8.30.19

How to Quit Your Shitty Job and Become a Barber

Meet a barber who ditched his soul-sucking recruiting job to cut hair.

7.23.19

Amaal's Intimate R&B Shows that Love Is Hard Work

The Somali Canadian singer went from making protest music to analyzing the blind spots in her love life on her debut EP, 'Black Dove.'

6.24.19

Sidewalk Labs’ 1,500-Page Plan for Toronto Is a Democracy Grenade

The sprawling plan by the Google affiliate encompasses 77 hectares and asks for new mass transit, changes to regulations, and more.

6.18.19

The Best Things We Saw at the Toronto Raptors Parade

While our favorite thing was Marc Gasol’s, uh, exuberance, there was lots of joy to be found around Toronto.

6.17.19

Toronto Raptors Celebration Marred by Reported Shooting

The reported shooting led hundreds to flee the scene, including the entire Raptors team and dignitaries such as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

5.13.19

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.

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4.25.19

Dominatrixes Tell Us What Makes a Good Sub

Ease in slowly, ask questions, and don’t mistake your domme for a therapist.

4.8.19

Expensive Pop-Up 'Dome' Restaurant Under Toronto Highway Prompts Protest

The $500-a-table pop-up dinner is being held just a mile away from the site of a former homeless encampment.

4.2.19

What I Learned at the Opening of Toronto’s First Legal Weed Store

There was a Christian protester, a poorly thought out shirt slogan, and the owner doesn't smoke weed.

3.29.19

I Quit My Corporate Job and Became a Full-Time Beer Sommelier

Why one woman left a desk job in communications and started a beer company with her sister.

3.29.19

Watch This Mom Go Off on a Driver for Blowing Through a Stop Sign

We've all had an experience with road rage, but only very few take it to the next level.

3.22.19

Jordan Peterson’s Book Pulled from New Zealand Shelves Following Mosque Shootings

An email sent out by a national bookstore in New Zealand said the decision to pull the book came “in light of some extremely disturbing material."

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