More Remains Found Near Home Used by Suspected Canadian Serial Killer

More Remains Found Near Home Used by Suspected Canadian Serial Killer

It appeared that the police search was targeted on a compost pile. The allegations towards Mr. McArthur have shocked many in Canada and the invention of the our bodies in in any other case festive backyard planters have given the case a very macabre edge, making it one of the vital infamous Canadian serial killings […]

A Toronto School Where the Kindergartners Speak 40 Languages

A Toronto School Where the Kindergartners Speak 40 Languages

TORONTO — Amna’s first language was Urdu. Her good friend Talyah’s was Arabic. But the opposite day within the nook of a classroom, they spoke English in between giggles, whereas spilling marbles right into a funnel. The ladies are college students at Fraser Mustard Early Learning Academy — a faculty within the Thorncliffe Park neighborhood […]

Banksy Print Stolen Ahead of Toronto Art Exhibition

Banksy Print Stolen Ahead of Toronto Art Exhibition

The heist was carried out with a secrecy that Banksy himself may need admired. Around 5 a.m. on June 10, a person sneaked right into a Toronto warehouse carrying a black jacket, a inexperienced camouflage baseball hat and bluejeans. There, an exhibition of 80 prints and different art work by the publicity-averse road artist and […]

Review: ‘Frame by Frame,’ a Ballet That Puts a Filmmaker Center Stage

Review: ‘Frame by Frame,’ a Ballet That Puts a Filmmaker Center Stage

This is the place we sense McLaren greatest as an imaginative artist: the appraising eye, the tender pen. Mr. Côté’s choreography virtually all the time retains McLaren as a personality in a Chaplin film or a ballet by Leonide Massine (the world’s dominant choreographer when McLaren was a younger man): jerky, gestural, excitable, cartoonlike. (Like […]

Will a Canadian Donald Trump Become Ontario’s Leader?

Will a Canadian Donald Trump Become Ontario’s Leader?

“They created a path to elected success by appealing to the disenfranchised population, which has made politics a lot more nasty,” stated Robyn Doolittle, an investigative Toronto reporter who uncovered the mayor’s drug and alcohol addictions and wrote the best-selling guide, “Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story.” Just two months earlier than the 2014 election, […]

Keeping Bohemian as Real Estate Prices Soar: The Canada Letter

Keeping Bohemian as Real Estate Prices Soar: The Canada Letter

This week a fourth Canadian joined The Times’s contingent in Canada. Lindsey Wiebe, who grew up on a farm in Western Manitoba, is our viewers progress editor. That means she’ll be working with Dan Bilefsky, Catherine Porter and me to assist join extra Canadians extra deeply with New York Times journalism, and perceive higher what […]

Bombing at Ontario Indian Restaurant Wounds at Least a Dozen

Bombing at Ontario Indian Restaurant Wounds at Least a Dozen

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Two individuals bombed an Indian restaurant outdoors Toronto on Thursday night time, injuring at the least a dozen individuals, a lot of them diners, the police stated. The blast occurred round 10:30 p.m. on the Bombay Bhel restaurant in Mississauga, Ontario, a metropolis simply west of Toronto. The Peel Regional Police stated […]

Will Alsop, Architectural Provocateur, Is Dead at 70

Will Alsop, Architectural Provocateur, Is Dead at 70

Will Alsop, a British architect who introduced zany playfulness and daring colours to his designs of economic and residential buildings, subway stations and concrete grasp plans, died on May 12 in hospice care in London. He was 70. His agency, aLL Design, confirmed the loss of life however gave no different particulars. A Falstaffian provocateur, […]

Cheezies, Dill Pickle Chips and Cuban Lunches: The Canada Letter

Cheezies, Dill Pickle Chips and Cuban Lunches: The Canada Letter

Don’t name it junk meals. It’s educational analysis, at the least for a University of Winnipeg historian, Janis Thiessen. Or simply name it a snack, based mostly on the title of Professor Thiessen’s newest e-book. While touring on task lately, I picked up a replica of “Snacks: A Canadian Food History,” which was printed final […]

At Toronto Vigil for Victims of Van Attack: Sadness, Civic Pride and Uneasiness

At Toronto Vigil for Victims of Van Attack: Sadness, Civic Pride and Uneasiness

The procession was led by a singing choir, with folks behind them hoisting banners that learn “Love for all hatred for none.” Some of these marching wore orange shirts that mentioned “Free Hugs” The march ended at Mel Lastman Square, the place spiritual leaders representing Toronto’s extremely various inhabitants — Hindus, Jews, humanists, Muslims, Christians, […]