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Malalai Joya, Afghan M.P., Speaking in Toronto tonight
Wednesday November 18, 2009 – 4:44 pm | Comments Off on Malalai Joya, Afghan M.P., Speaking in Toronto tonight
Malalai Joya, Afghan M.P., Speaking in Toronto tonight

By HiMY SYeD
Malalai Joya, Afghanistan’s youngest ever elected Member of Parliament at age 25, is speaking tonight at Trinity St. Paul’s in The Annex at 7 p.m.
She is in the middle of her North …

Toronto Santa Claus Parade – The Pregame Show
Sunday November 15, 2009 – 6:37 pm | Comments Off on Toronto Santa Claus Parade – The Pregame Show
Toronto Santa Claus Parade – The Pregame Show

By HiMY SYeD
The Santa Claus Parade is one of the biggest productions of its kind in North America.
Here are some scenes showing what went on before the floats actually began floating. We’re calling this the …

Fall of The Wall 09 Toronto at Freedom Arches
Monday November 9, 2009 – 1:28 pm | Comments Off on Fall of The Wall 09 Toronto at Freedom Arches
Fall of The Wall 09 Toronto at Freedom Arches

By HiMY SYeD
At the base of the Arches above the reflecting pool in Nathan Phillips Square is a piece of the Berlin Wall.
Back in the early 1990s, Toronto based documentary filmmaker,  Marcus Kolga, made the …

The Great Toronto Pumpkin Patch Festival Hopscotch 2009 Edition
Sunday November 1, 2009 – 11:46 am | Comments Off on The Great Toronto Pumpkin Patch Festival Hopscotch 2009 Edition
The Great Toronto Pumpkin Patch Festival Hopscotch 2009 Edition

By HiMY SYeD
Enjoying hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows is certainly a fun way to mark the only 25 hour day of the year.
Fun also is dressing warmly, grabbing friends and hopscotching your way to each …

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 …