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Cosplayers, comic book lovers and geeks from around the world are expected to converge on downtown Toronto in droves this weekend for ComiCon 2016.
Here’s what you can expect on November 21 and 22, and how to avoid travel delays.
Toronto may have a reputation as being youthful and fun, but at this time of year a spotlight shines darker side of the city.
The annual Screemers exhibition and lightsaber battles in Nathan Phillips Square are just some of the things to do in Toronto this weekend.
An overwhelming amount of people from the area came out to show support to the family of the three young children, who will be survived by their parents.
As spring rolls into summer, the city will be jam-packed with festivals and events. From arts and entertainment to food-fiestas and international sports competitions, there is something to do for almost every day this sunny season.
Humber hosted the first ComiCon today at the North campus. Students, faculty members, artists, and superheroes flocked to the student centre to take part in the inaugural event presented by HSF.