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Tricia Sans Chan The Scottish referendum may have left the UK intact after yesterday’s vote, but in another part of Europe, the issue of separation is still a highly politicized one. This afternoon MPs will begin laying groundwork for a proposed referendum on Nov. 9 regarding Catalonia’s separation from Spain, a move the Spanish
Courtesy of The Word on the Street By Kate Richards Words of all kinds will be radiating in and beyond Queen’s Park Circle this weekend. Toronto’s annual The Word on the Street festival branches out from the written word and embraces visual art in more than book form for its 25th year Sunday. Sculpting New
By Kendra Hamilton In Etobicoke well wishes are with Rob Ford and his family but not all agree on how the mayor’s ailing health will affect his political standing in Ward 2. “I’m sure people will still vote for him, maybe he’ll get some pity votes,” said Kevin King-Scott, a young man working in sales.
By Aabida Dhanji The Aga Khan Museum opened its doors to the public on Thursday in Toronto. The Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the world’s Ismaili Muslim community, officially opened the museum last Friday. He was joined by various members of Parliament and Ismaili representatives from around the world. The museum is grouped in
By Kendra Hamilton Toronto Mayor Rob Ford released an audiotape from his room at Mount Sinai Hospital Thursday afternoon to thank the people for their “kindness and support” and ask them to back his brother, Doug Ford’s, campaign for mayor. “For the past 14 years as councilor and as mayor I have worked hard to bring about change at City
By Kate Richards The militant group ISIS has been connected to a terrorist plot to behead a random member of the public in the streets of New South Wales, Australia — and people in that country are in ‘disbelief,’ Humber News has found. Eight hundred police carried out what has been called “the largest counter-terrorism