Monthly Archives: December 2012

Distillery Christmas

Running from November 30th to December 16th, The Toronto Christmas Market held in the Historic Distillery District draws crowds from all over. 2012 marks the third year the Christmas Market has been running in Toronto. Lowe’s home improvement is the main sponsor of the market, with separate areas like Santa’s Lane and The South Pole […]

Nothing but options

The third semester of my journalism program is days away from being over. This is the half-way point. 50% of my program is done. Even though we have another 4 months of work until we chose our final year path (print or broadcast), I’d venture to say the majority of my classmates already know which […]

Charity targets Rwandan children

While many Torontonians focused on the Grey Cup’s centennial game Sunday, others gathered to hear stories of the triumphs and future goals of the charity, Greenhope for Children. Greenhope, a foundation that provides scholarships for youth in developing countries, hosted a screening of their recent works in Rwanda at the Metro Central YMCA. The documentary […]

Road Weary Travellers

One of the benefits of being a Toronto based band is the convenience of endless performance spaces. Whether they’re scattered across the Danforth, cloistered on Queen West or up and down the Ossington strip, Toronto bands have plenty of accessible options of potential gig spaces. Unfortunately for Dave Fontaine, the lead singer of Souls, living […]

Big Psychics On Campus

  Humber students were given the opportunity to see into their futures at the Humber Students’ Federation Psychic Fair. The Nov. 15 event at North campus featured three psychics that gave students the option of a one on one session or a tarot card reading. One of them, tarot card reader Indigo, started working in […]