Buildings of significance in Toronto opened their doors to the public this weekend for the 18th straight year and yet it was the first time I’d ever taken advantage of it.
Doors Open Toronto fed my curiosity for what places I’d passed by a million times over the course of my life looked like inside. It also gave me the chance to see unique, panoramic views of the city that I hadn’t seen before.
A sport that’s very popular in Australia and the UK has made its way to Canada! Toronto Wolfpack – the world’s first transatlantic rugby league team and the nation’s newest pro sports team – beat the Barrow Raiders at home in Lamport Stadium with a final score of 70-2 last Saturday.
Most of the players aren’t from Toronto and since the team currently plays in the third tier of the league, many of their away games are in Britain. Can’t make it out to any of the matches? No worries – all of them will be livestreamed on CBC Sports throughout the 2017 season.
Populism, immigration and the upcoming federal election in Germany were discussed at University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs on 8 April 2017.
— CERES at Munk School (@CERESMunk) April 8, 2017
An annual event in Toronto, this conference examines the relationship between Germany and Canada as well as issues of politics, the economy, foreign affairs and business from the perspectives of both countries.
This year, politicians, media representatives, scholars, students, the German community and members of the public came together for a full day to discuss the state of the union in what is arguably Europe’s most substantial country.
Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts rallied at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto today to show their support for the legalization of the drug in more of a celebration rather than a protest.