Human claw game Stockpile evokes carnival nostalgia in Toronto
A performance art installation at Toronto's Brookfield Place returns us to those carnival days where you'd try to fish out a toy from a glass box using a mechanical claw. This time, though, you can control a human instead of a robotic claw.
Is yet another Rob Ford scandal brewing with juice-tossing case?
At an event in Little Italy in Toronto over the weekend, the city's mayor, Rob Ford had a glass of juice thrown at him by Shannon Everett, allegedly. If this indeed happened, why? Why would she rear back and toss juice in the mayor's face?
Toronto Blue Jays score longest winning streak since 2008
After a lacklustre beginning to their 2013 season, the Toronto Blue Jays seem to be hitting their stride after a 8-3 win Tuesday night over the Colorado Rockies. Tuesday's win gave the Jays a seven-game winning streak
Toronto welcomes touring sculptures by Ai WeiWei
Toronto welcomed some of the latest works of art by acclaimed Chinese artist Ai WeiWei, at a ceremony in Nathan Phillips Square. Representing the signs of the Chinese zodiac, twelve sculptures of animal heads are now on display.
'Sharpshooter' cancer drug ready for human trials, stops cancer
Cancer researchers from Toronto and Los Angeles combined research efforts and the result is a drug they call a "sharpshooter" for its ability to pinpoint enzymes and stop cancer, without harming healthy tissue. The drug is ready for human testing.