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Every month, comic book artists excitedly discussed their work with each other in the middle of the busy Toronto Media Arts Centre venue, grateful for a safe space to showcase their work and make new...

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Humber game programming student Peter Tran has a vision that will help the blind play virtual reality games. The concept involves using VR goggles, two controllers, vibrations and sound to help visually impaired gamers to...

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Amy Chen Canadian players stared intensely at their laptop screens while their fingers moved rapidly on their video game controllers, duking it out against their unseen U.S. opponents. Mississauga’s Square One Microsoft Store teamed up...

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ConBravo, a celebration of gaming and geek culture, took place between July 28 to 30 at the Hamilton Convention Centre and showcased the talents of cosplayers, artists and developers of every calibre....

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Residents of Toronto’s Greektown area gathered for a prayer and a march of solidarity tonight after the mass shooting that left three people dead and 13 injured....

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Three people are dead and 12 are injured after a shooter opened fire on pedestrians and diners in Toronto’s Greektown area last night....

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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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Spanish Amazon workers are on the third day of their strike at the San Fernando warehouse near Madrid in a dispute over workers’ rights....

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The Microsoft Store at Yorkdale Mall celebrated its first Indie Dev Day on July 15, showcasing the works of independent local game developers....

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Amy Chen and Scott Savard With guns blazing and delivering deadly kicks and punches, video game character Bayonetta delivered killing blows at a breakneck speed while battling opponents in a monthly video game tournament hosted...

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