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Jane’s Walk Presentation at North York Central Library – Monday April 20 2014, 6:15 p.m.
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Jane’s Walk Presentation at North York Central Library – Monday April 20 2014, 6:15 p.m.

Jane’s Walk is an a Free Walking Festival happening city-wide during first weekend in May 2015.
Ahead of the Festival Weekend, a number of Free “Jane’s Talk” Presentations are being held around the city at different …

Toronto allies rally in solidarity with Iranian students – By John Bonnar
Monday December 7, 2009 – 10:23 am | Comments Off on Toronto allies rally in solidarity with Iranian students – By John Bonnar
Toronto allies rally in solidarity with Iranian students – By John Bonnar

By John Bonnar
Dozens of protesters holding signs demanding freedom for Iranian students and political prisoners marked National Students Day in Iran with a solidarity rally Saturday outside Hart House at the University of Toronto.
Every year …

Saturday morning hockey at Dufferin Grove Park – By Michael Monastyrskyj
Saturday November 28, 2009 – 3:58 pm | Comments Off on Saturday morning hockey at Dufferin Grove Park – By Michael Monastyrskyj
Saturday morning hockey at Dufferin Grove Park – By Michael Monastyrskyj

By Michael Monastyrskyj
This morning I went to Dufferin Grove park and took some pictures of guys playing hockey. The outdoor rink at Dufferin has been open since last Sunday. It was supposed to open …

Turmoil in Iran, solidarity rally held at Queen’s Park – By John Bonnar
Tuesday June 23, 2009 – 5:17 pm | Comments Off on Turmoil in Iran, solidarity rally held at Queen’s Park – By John Bonnar
Turmoil in Iran, solidarity rally held at Queen’s Park – By John Bonnar

By John Bonnar
Two days before the June 12 elections in Iran, it already seemed possible that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad could lose to his main rival, Mir Hussein Moussavi. On the eve of the election, …

Report: Creative Class Town Hall @ Toronto Free Gallery – By Leah Sandals
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Report: Creative Class Town Hall @ Toronto Free Gallery – By Leah Sandals

By Leah Sandals
It was standing room only at "Town Hall: Demystifying the Creative City" the Richard Florida –critiquing panel and convo at Toronto Free Gallery last night. Even with the back room opened …

Poverty activists reject upscale housing developments in Regent Park – By John Bonnar
Sunday June 14, 2009 – 12:38 pm | Comments Off on Poverty activists reject upscale housing developments in Regent Park – By John Bonnar
Poverty activists reject upscale housing developments in Regent Park – By John Bonnar

By John Bonnar
Toronto Social Justice Magazine
On a dull late spring Saturday morning at Regent and Dundas in Toronto, the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) and supporters have come to Regent Park with a …

Pedestrians, cyclists and buskers reclaim the streets in Kensington Market – By John Bonnar
Tuesday June 2, 2009 – 11:41 pm | Comments Off on Pedestrians, cyclists and buskers reclaim the streets in Kensington Market – By John Bonnar
Pedestrians, cyclists and buskers reclaim the streets in Kensington Market – By John Bonnar

From Toronto Social Justice Magazine

By 1:00 p.m. the barricades were up, streets were swept clean of cars, replaced with pedestrians, cyclists, buskers and street vendors. Just outside St. Stephen’s Community House on Augusta Avenue, two …

The War in Sri Lanka and the Left in Toronto – By Fathima Cader and Noaman Ali
Thursday May 28, 2009 – 11:18 pm | 2 Comments
The War in Sri Lanka and the Left in Toronto – By Fathima Cader and Noaman Ali

By Fathima Cader and Noaman Ali
UPDATE – May 19: Since the initial publication of this piece, LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran has allegedly been killed by the Sri Lankan forces and the Tigers have surrendered. According …

Open Letter to The Editor: Response to Blatchford – By Hans Gruber
Wednesday May 13, 2009 – 11:47 pm | Comments Off on Open Letter to The Editor: Response to Blatchford – By Hans Gruber
Open Letter to The Editor: Response to Blatchford – By Hans Gruber

By Hans Gruber
I know that stewing over this is unhelpful and pointless, but I have to get this out of my system. So what was wrong with Christie Blatchford’s Globe and Mail article about the …