Errol Nazareth

Errol has been playing professionally with words for over 20 years. He is a regular music commentator on Metro Morning and host of Big City Small World. Errol has also hosted several national shows on CBC Radio, discussing music trends on Sounds Like Canada, The Arts Tonight, Bandwidth, Global Village and Definitely Not The Opera. He has written for many Toronto publications and now teaches a media writing course at Centennial College. Errol is a proud East Ender, where he has lived for over 2 decades.

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Residents want car2go to stop taking parking spots on their streets

Residents in some Toronto neighbourhoods want to put a stop to car2go vehicles taking parking places.

Developer cuts down 30 mature trees, city says no permit was issued

Heather Cassels was in disbelief while cycling down Bayview Avenue south of York Mills Road last Thursday when she saw that workers were cutting down a grove of trees near her home.

2 Air Transat pilots charged with being impaired before Glasgow to Toronto flight

Air Transat passengers whose flight was delayed after two pilots were charged with being impaired prior to leaving Glasgow say they're happy to finally arrive in Toronto.

'Pride is political': More than a cute slogan for Coun. Kristyn Wong-Tam

‘Pride is political.’ Kristyn Wong-Tam was sporting a grey tank top with those three words in neon pink at the Dyke March Saturday. But it’s more than just a catchy slogan for the openly gay Toronto city councillor.

'It feels so nice to walk up the street and feel accepted': Dyke March takes over downtown

They shouted, drummed and biked their way down Yonge Street to Carlton Street, many rocking the Pride colours. Led by the Black Lives Matter Toronto Coalition, the annual Dyke March wrapped up at Allan Gardens, where marchers were entertained by queer local artists, performers, poets, and activists.

'For LGBT Muslims, the notion of safety has been shattered,' activist says

A leading gay Muslim activist feels the Orlando massacre has "shattered the notion of safety for the gay and Muslim communities." And that notion, he says, "has been shattered on multiple levels" for LGBT Muslims.

Project Sizzle 'knee-jerk' response by police to gang violence, expert says

​Thursday’s Project Sizzle raids across the city Thursday are “a short-term, knee-jerk reaction by police to fighting gangs and gun violence, a University of Toronto expert says.

Toronto police raid storefront pot shops suspected of trafficking

Toronto police executed search warrants today at a handful of marijuana dispensaries where they believe trafficking has occurred.

'Dad was right there with her': Son snaps photo of parents on life-support before father dies

A bittersweet photograph of a husband holding his wife's hand in the intensive care unit of a hospital just hours before he passed away is proof "true love never dies," their son says.

Anne-Marie Mediwake leaving CBC Toronto News

Anne-Marie Mediwake, the co-host of CBC Toronto News at 6 p.m. week nights on CBC Television, is leaving the public broadcaster.