Family of 6-month-old Toronto baby girl pleads for live liver donor to save her life |

A family from Bangladesh, now living in Toronto, is encouraging people to consider living organ donations as they wait for their young daughter to get a liver transplant that could save her life. “She was having jaundice but it’s common for babies… And the doctors was assuring that, ‘Yeah, it’s okay, it’s not a concern,’ … Read more

The first ever Rolling Loud in Toronto – The Come Up Show

Day 1: Photography and words by Harrison Haines. Toronto’s Inaugural Rolling Loud!! Before the festival began the city was BUZZING with anticipation, lots of rumours started stirring. “Who will Drake be a surprise guest for? Future? All three headliners?” To say the least the city couldn’t believe it was getting its first Rolling Loud! Day … Read more

Pitbull Live In Toronto – Sound Check Entertainment

About Angelo Marchini My name is Angel H Marchini. I am based in Toronto, Canada. I’m a professional photographer specializing in live music, sports, events, lifestyle and portrait photography. I love photography. I love music. I can not reconcile one without the other. I happily undertake all other kinds of projects but it is in … Read more

‘Unchartered territory’: Toronto family of child with rare disease raises $3M for therapy |

The Toronto family of four-year-old Michael Pirovolakis, the only child in Canada diagnosed with spastic paraplegia type 50, otherwise known as SPG50, has raised $3 million for gene therapy for their son. “This could change his life. It can make him so much better,” said Terry Pirovolakis, Michael’s father. The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) … Read more

Toronto continues to await drug decriminalization decision |

TORONTO — As Toronto waits to hear whether the federal government will grant its request to decriminalize the possession of illicit drugs for personal use, harm reduction advocates say approval is urgently needed as governments fail to match the gravity of the opioid crisis. This week marks seven months since the city sent its decriminalization … Read more

Toronto dancer tells of excruciating pain, isolation and stigma of monkeypox infection |

Peter Kelly was still bouncing back from COVID-19 when a case of monkeypox gave him the “worst pain” of his life. The 28-year-old Toronto resident had only just returned to work as a dancer and physical trainer in late May when he developed a fever. “I was so delirious,” he said in an interview, as … Read more

Toronto Pearson operator ‘pleased’ to see random COVID testing moved offsite |

The operator of Toronto Pearson International Airport says it is “pleased” to see the federal government moving mandatory random COVID-19 testing offsite. The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) said the temporary pause in mandatory random testing at airports “was helpful as it resulted in a smoother experience for arriving passengers.” “This, along with increased CBSA … Read more