The game was not fixed, but my column The Game Fixer scored top honours at the Ontario Community Newspaper Association‘s Better Newspaper Awards.
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Permit me to make a few comments on the corporate ninjas who have sabotaged a perfectly good year of baseball.
When it was known freestyle skier Sarah Burke lost her fight for survival, there was a silence in the Toronto Today office.
Toronto Today picks up two nominations for OCNA’s Better Newspaper Awards
When Starbucks used to have quotes on their cups, under the heading “The Way I See It”, one rung true with me.
A previously ubiquitous presence will be missing from the fields, stands and courts of Northern Secondary School this year.
These days I will flip through the Toronto dailies and notice a complete absence of high school athletics being reported.
There’s a culture in football that not everyone gets, Councillor Mike Layton included.
There might be a blemish on the memory of three North Toronto seniors — Greg Gott, Spencer Cook and Keenan Crawford — as their high […]
My suburban street in Whitby, once Rice Drive, was home to plenty of kids who spent late nights in gently falling snow playing ball hockey.