This Hockey Dad Got To Play For The First Time At 40

Adam Michael Segal | Posted 12.21.2016 | Canada Parents
Adam Michael Segal

I grew up watching hockey religiously. I traded hockey cards. I went public skating. I played on the street. But the option to play the real game, on ice, wasn't there. My parents didn't have deep pockets. My mom saw it as a boorish, stick wielding fest of violence.

Starbucks Order-Ahead Service Coming To GTA Stores

CBC | CBC | Posted 10.06.2016 | Canada Business

No more standing in line for that latte.

New Winner Declared In Ontario Riding Recount

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 08.15.2014 | Canada Politics

TORONTO - Elections Ontario has declared the Progressive Conservatives the winner in the riding of Thornhill after the discovery of an error in the vo...

Police Chase Goes So Long, Suspects Stop For Gas

CBC | Posted 06.07.2014 | Canada

A police chase that began at a video game store break-in in Thornhill and ended 90 kilometres away in Hamilton ran so long that both police and the su...

Growing Up Jew-ish

Gillian Farber | Posted 02.07.2014 | Canada Living
Gillian Farber

"You're Jew-ish?" my roommate awkwardly inquired, examining me so closely I could have sworn she was looking for horns. It was clear we had both grown up in completely diverse situations, practicing different religions in very dissimilar neighbourhoods. I quickly came to realize that I was now in fact the highly unwarranted representative of the entire Jewish population.

$50 Million Lotto Max Jackpot Winner Revealed

CBC | Posted 02.23.2013 | Canada

It will be a very Merry Christmas for a woman from Thornhill, Ont. Susan Flam won the $50-million Lotto Max draw from Dec. 21. The homemaker and...

Andrea Horwath's "Plough Hits a Rock"

Ontario Election Debate Hub | Posted 11.20.2011 | Canada
Ontario Election Debate Hub

John Duffy (L): As the Canadian Press reported, Ms. Horwath is "standing behind a candidate who is coming under fire from the other parties for comments he made about religion and Nazis." We don't know how much quality control went into the NDP's candidate selection process, but one imagines we're going to find out in the days ahead.