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Urban Peace -- How Do We Get There?

Diane Dimond | Posted 07.20.2014 | Impact
Diane Dimond

Youth courts in and around Lockett's native Toronto, Canada are so impressed by his track record with these kids they automatically funnel the toughest cases his way, sentencing young offenders to a term in this very unique program.

Nearly 100 Sick From Suspected Food Poisoning At Canadian Festival

AP | Posted 10.22.2013 | World

TORONTO — Public health officials in Toronto say almost 100 people have reported symptoms of foodborne illness after attending the annual Canadi...

The Best Jamaican Beef Patty in Toronto

Oneika Raymond | Posted 10.30.2011 | Home
Oneika Raymond

The Jamaican beef patty, served in coco bread, is one of my favourite foods in the entire world. And Randy's, a take-out restaurant in Toronto specializing in Caribbean cuisine, makes the best patties I've ever tasted.

What Are The Seven Wonders Of YOUR World?

Julia Moulden | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Julia Moulden

It's splendid to travel the world and it can be especially tempting at this time of year. But I'm also deeply attached to this particular part of the planet and have come to appreciate the things in my own backyard.

Carmelo Anthony trade: Potential third teams in trade deal include Atlanta, Toronto?

Westword | Westword | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

And now, without further adieu, three Denver blog posts. Denver Stiffs fan poster Monkfish thinks the Atlanta Hawks' Jamal Crawford or the...

Toronto Film Festival Winners (In Progress)

indieWIRE | indieWIRE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

The Toronto International Film Festival is announcing the winners of its 2010 edition this afternoon at the Intercontinental Hotel on Front Street. ...

IFC Films Takes Herzog's "Dreams" for the U.S.

indieWIRE | indieWIRE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Werner Herzog's 3-D doc, "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" has been picked up by IFC Films in Toronto. The deal for all U.S. rights excluding television wa...

Toronto Film Festival Reviews: 25 and Counting

indieWIRE | indieWIRE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

The 35th Toronto International Film Festival kicks off September 9, 2010 and runs through ten days and nearly 300 films - many of them among the mos...

No, Canada: Our Neighbor To The North Gets Its Own 'Jersey Shore'

Disgrasian | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment

Canada, you're supposed to be a refuge from the ugly shit that makes Americans, well, Americans, and, perhaps more importantly, not you. You know, sh...

ART FESTIVALS: A Preview of the Toronto International Art Fair

ARTINFO | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

As the attention of the international art crowd whips from Frieze to FIAC, Canadian connoisseurs will also have their own market event coming to town ...

The Bachelorette: What's Up With All the Evil Canadians?

Vulture. | vulture | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Justin the Entertainment Wrestler is the second villain from Toronto to pop up on the show. ...

World Vision Responds to G20 Communiqué

World Vision | Posted 03.31.2015 | World
World Vision

Commends creation of G20 Working Group on Development Concerned development continues to take back seat to heavy focus on economic growth Welcomes r...

G20 Must Adopt Child and Maternal Health as Priority

World Vision | Posted 03.31.2015 | Impact
World Vision

World Vision to newly influential nations:"You can't be called a global leader if your own mothers and children are dying from preventable causes." ...

Homeless And Pregnant: Toronto Program Aims To Educate Homeless Women

Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact

Over 300 women give birth in Toronto each year, and a team of five women, called the Homeless At-Risk Prenatal Program (HARP), have the job of caring ...

Feel the Heat This Winter With Operanation, Presented by the Canadian Opera Company

Marissa Bronfman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marissa Bronfman

Feel the heat this winter and attend Habernation, where you'll be serenaded by a variety of sultry guests, including the vixen herself, Carmen!

We Are The World: Toronto's 122nd Annual Board of Trade Gala

Marissa Bronfman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Marissa Bronfman

It was a night humming with hope for a new era in which Toronto takes the world stage. "It's not enough to have the steak", said McKenna, "you have to have the sizzle...Toronto needs to get its swagger back!"

Russian Lesbians Lose Bid To Have Marriage Recognized (VIDEO)

Posted 05.25.2011 | World

Irina Fyet, 30, and Irina Shepitko, 32, have lost their appeal to have their same-sex marriage, which was conducted in Toronto, recognized by a Moscow...

Sophia Gran-Ruaz, Former Homeless Child, Honored For Her Charity Work

Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact

When Sophia Gran-Ruaz was a young girl in Ontario, Canada, her mother found herself in a tough spot, and she was homeless for a brief time. When she w...

U2's Summer 2010 Tour To Rock Spartan Stadium

CBS4Denver | CBS 4 Denver | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

U2 is coming to rock Spartan Stadium. The acclaimed Irish rock group announced Sunday that its summer 2010 tour will take it to the Michigan St...

Hitachi to pay $10M for some Nortel network assets

AP | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

SAN FRANCISCO — Nortel Networks Corp. said Monday it agreed to sell some of its next-generation packet core network components to Hitachi Ltd. for $10 million.

Under the deal's terms, Hitachi will get assets including software that can be used to transfer data over existing wireless networks and the next generation of wireless communications technology, Nortel said. This includes related non-patent intellectual property, equipment and other assets, and a non-exclusive license for the use of some related patents and intellectual property.

The deal still must be approved by a Delaware bankruptcy court, along with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. It is expected to be completed this year.

Nortel, formerly a telecommunications equipment giant, filed for bankruptcy protection in Canada and the U.S. in January. The Toronto-based company has since been selling its operations piece by piece.

The deal was made by Nortel's main operating subsidiary, Nortel Networks Ltd., and its Nortel Networks Inc. subsidiary.

Toronto Fashion Week: Fun Fashion and Glamorous Garb Rules the Runway

Marissa Bronfman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Marissa Bronfman

Friday arrived far too soon but featured some wonderfully creative creations and the Dare to Wear Love show wrapped up the week with a blowout show that proved fashion and philanthropy are just as beautiful, glamorous and meaningful as ever.

A Happiness Lesson from Actors: Find the "Yes."

The Happiness Project | The Happiness Project | Posted 11.17.2011 | Home

I'm working on my Happiness Project, and you could have one, too! Everyone's project will look different, but it's the rare person who can't benefit...

Toronto's Elite Comes Together To Support HIV/AIDS Research

Marissa Bronfman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Marissa Bronfman

Toronto was alight as the city's style mavens, business doyens, and philanthropic supporters dined and danced at the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research's premiere fundraising event.

How I Met Your Mother: Oh, Canada | NYMag | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

The gang goes traveling to Chicago and Toronto. ...

Canadian central bank rebukes banks

AP | ROB GILLIES | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

TORONTO — The head of Canada's central bank said Monday the global financial industry is in danger of becoming arrogant by resisting regulatory change and handing out bonuses that wouldn't be there if governments hadn't intervened during the financial crisis.

Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney warned bankers not to underestimate the determination of G20 countries to enforce new rules on executive pay and bank capitalization.

Carney said large financial institutions benefited disproportionately from government intervention. He said the response has profoundly shifted risk from the private to the public sector.

Carney, a former Goldman Sachs executive, said all G-20 countries agree that bonuses should be tied to long-term performance. He said banks would be well advised to make sure they have the sufficient capital rather than pay themselves handsome bonuses.

"Relief is in danger of giving way to hubris," Carney said in a speech hosted by Quebec's securities regulator in Montreal.