Sunday, April 21, 2019

DRAKE-AFFILIATED PICK 6IX TORONTO RESTAURANT TO REOPEN AS A SPORTS BAR

A Toronto restaurant affiliated with hip-hop superstar Drake is set to reopen later this month with a new contemporary sports bar concept.

INK ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES TOYBOX

An entertainment destination featuring full concert capabilities, INK Entertainment continues to revolutionize Toronto’s nightlife scene

BELL LET’S TALK DAY IS JANUARY 30: NATIONAL AWARENESS CAMPAIGN BEGINS WITH CANADIANS FROM...

Join in on Bell Let's Talk Day by talking, texting and getting engaged on social media – and drive Bell's donations to mental health at no cost to you

RICK MERCER REPORTS HE’S ‘LESS INTERESTED IN POLITICS’ THESE DAYS

Political satirist Rick Mercer has a new book and “a bunch” of projects in the works, but a run for office doesn’t seem likely.

Corus Executive Leaders and On-Air Talent Put Down Their Razors and Team Up with...

Corus Entertainment announced today its new partnership with the Movember Foundation, focused on bringing awareness to men’s health and helping raise funds that deliver innovative research and programs to enable men to live happier, healthier, and longer lives.

CHARLES KHABOUTH WINS EY ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR™ 2018, ENTERTAINMENT & HOSPITALITY

The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2018 Ontario awards program honours the visionaries who dare to think differently to pioneer new solutions, combinations and possibilities.

Elton John says Toronto’s Senator Restaurant has the ‘best burger in the world’

Following a vinyl shopping spree at Sonic Boom last month, Elton and his partner David Furnish made a visit to the Senator this week

There are few black surfers in Nova Scotia. This actress wants to change that

Nova Scotia's largest black community is not far from one of the province's top surfing beaches

PRESTO IS GIVING AWAY THOUSANDS OF FREE CARDS IN TORONTO TODAY

The giveaways start at 4 p.m. and continue until the cards run out.

AfterMeToo group creating digital centre for survivors of workplace violence

Co-founders describe project as 'one-stop shop for survivors' who might not know what to do

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