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Queen West landmark the Rivoli honours Kids in the Hall with plaque

Bruce McCulloch was in Toronto for the unveiling of a plaque memorializing the Rivoli as a spiritual birthplace for Kids in the Hall, Canada’s celebrated comedy troupe. → Read More

This millennial making $110,000 helps her family with mortgage, groceries. Is it time to buy a place with her boyfriend?

‘Can we even afford anything in the GTA. Is it smart to buy?’ Leanne asked. ‘The market is insane.’ → Read More

Never mind the provincial election — can Steven Del Duca win his own riding?

A win for the Ontario Liberal leader Steven Del Duca would solidify his leadership and could kickstart his party. → Read More

‘I’m born for this.’ How Falstaff helped the rise of Shayeann Day-Wilson — Canada’s young basketball star

Now playing for Duke, Day-Wilson hopes to make the WNBA. She says her basketball journey wouldn’t have been possible without her community. → Read More

Bob Marley exhibit will open in Toronto in July

“Bob Marley One Love Experience” “transports you right into the heart of Marley’s music,” Lighthouse Immersive says. → Read More

Ontario gas prices expected to shatter record highs this weekend

Gas prices will have gone up 10 cents in the span of one week come Sunday, said gas expert Dan McTeague. → Read More

This one-bedroom Toronto condo listed for $1M sat on the market for 237 days

The average time on the market for a unit in this building is 11 days, but this Bay Street corridor property has sat for nearly eight months on the market. → Read More

Ontario’s staycation tax credit could save you money this summer. Here’s how it works

The Ontario staycation tax credit is new for 2022 and could see people eligible to claim up to 20 per cent back on their personal income tax for stays in the province. → Read More

TV writer Zarqa Nawaz creates stories that challenge stereotypes about Muslim women

Writer behind “Little Mosque on the Prairie” has a new CBC Gem comedy series in which she plays a divorced Muslim woman trying to get even with her ex. → Read More

Video shows Good Samaritans rescuing unconscious driver in Florida

Boynton Beach police in Florida posted the video this week on Facebook in hopes of locating the Good Samaritans who rushed into live traffic to help a driver who had suffered a medical episode. → Read More

Do the Leafs have The Passion? Here’s how the hockey world is reacting after Game 5 win over Lightning

The Leafs take a series lead after an impressive 4-3 comeback win against the Lightning in Game 5. → Read More

This Toronto influencer makes around $4,000 a month. She wants to save for school, but is $10,000 in debt. Can she do it?

Meesha also has a part-time job as a server, but she’s hoping to secure more stable pay in the future. → Read More

How can I protect myself from financial scams? We make it make sense

According to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, the top three frauds based on 2021 reports were identity fraud, extortion and personal information being stolen. → Read More

‘Industrial mall-pop’ and ‘villainous’ slam poetry: Dan Bejar deconstructs Destroyer’s unhinged new album

The Vancouver band is set to play the Phoenix Concert Theatre on Tuesday. Frontman Dan Bejar told the Star that the songs from “Labyrinthitis” work “shockingly well” onstage. → Read More

Nilüfer Yanya’s ‘PAINLESS’ marks an impressive milestone in the women-led revival of rock music

The English singer-songwriter and guitarist plays the Axis Club in Toronto on Tuesday. → Read More

Winning streak ends as Canada’s Mattea Roach loses 24th game of ‘Jeopardy’ by a single dollar

“Jeopardy!” champion lost her title in a stunning American-themed upset. → Read More

‘Big Brother Canada’ winner called ‘evil genius’ by housemate

Toronto man Kevin Jacobs said he plans to donate some of his $100,000 cash prize. → Read More

IKEA Canada data breach impacts 95K customers

The company says customers don’t have to take further action, but should be vigilant for any suspicious activity involving their private information. → Read More

‘We followed our own stupid instincts the way we always do:’ Kids in the Hall return to classic formula for Amazon Prime series

Beloved Canadian comedy troupe is back with hints of the flavours and themes they’re known for — family, work, sex and bad taste generally. → Read More

FlixBus, company that bought Greyhound, to offer routes from Toronto to New York starting in May

FlixBus, which launched in Canada in April, will begin offering cross-border service to the U.S. starting next week. → Read More