Culture

The 2018 Masters Indigenous Games, held in Toronto between June 12 and 15, shone a light on Indigenous sports and culture in the city. ...

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The Toronto sign located in Nathan Philips Square will be seeing a couple of visual changes to celebrate National Indigenous People's Day. ...

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Toronto's rich food culture is a hub of exotic and interesting food, but it was borne out of a culture of necessity. ...

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Michael Furtado People typically think of music, TV, art and movies when discussing pop culture, but the definition could expand, as there’s a new video game that is becoming a cultural phenomenon. Epic Game’s Fortnite...

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At the ripe age of 91, Hugh Hefner passed away Wednesday at his Beverly Hills-area home, the Playboy Mansion....

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The loss of live music venues is a problem that's been plaguing the Toronto music community for at least a decade....

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Humber's Muslim Student Association hosted an Islamic Awareness day to bridge the gap between non-muslims and muslims and to clear up misconceptions about the religion....

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By: Sveta Soloveva Tattoo artists usually have many paintings in their portfolio, but hardly anyone seems to see them unless they’re checking their Instagram accounts, said Emily May Rose, a Toronto-based illustrator and curator of a new exhibition...

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Clare Jenkins Justin Bieber has stirred up controversy after sharing photos on social media of his new blonde dreadlocks. Why A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Apr 3, 2016 at 12:32am PDT Bieber shared...

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Humber College North campus celebrated its first International Diversity Fair at the Student Centre. The event was hosted by Humber Students’ Federation in collaboration with Humber’s First Year Experience....

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