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What we know about Iran plane crash victims who called Toronto home
Parents with young children, university students and professionals from across the Greater Toronto Area were among the 176 victims of an ill-fated Ukrainian airliner that was downed in Tehran on Jan. 8.
'I'm just a messenger for peace and love': Toronto reggae legend Jay Douglas reflects on his life and career
Douglas joined q's Tom Power to talk about coming to Canada from Jamaica in the '60s, his part in supporting the Jamaica To Toronto compilation, and his new single, Jah Children.
These momos are 'inspired by life in Parkdale'
Ask where you can find good Tibetan food in Toronto and chances are you'll be directed to Parkdale, where Jangchup "George" Dorjee's Tiny Cafe whips up an assortment of momos. While some are traditional, others are Dorjee's own creations, "inspired by life in Parkdale," the restaurateur says.
Andy Warhol exhibit set to debut at Art Gallery of Ontario in 2021
'The quack is back': World's largest rubber duck making its return to Toronto
How a 26-year-old woman became the president of the Economic Club of Canada
Why 2 small Canadian films are making a splash in Hollywood