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Kirk St. Cyr is the artist known as 4Korners, based in Toronto and regarded by many as one of Canada's Top DJs of the international club scene. He is also the official DJ of the NBA's Toronto Raptors -- playing to 20,000 people at every home game for the last 11 seasons.
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Her rendition was torn to shreds across all social media platforms.
It was the first time the game was played outside the United States.
"I had a great sit-down with Mike."
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Drake thanked Toronto for being "unconditionally loving."
The Canadian economy is "technically" in a recession, as 2015 ended with two consecutive quarters of contracting GDP. Whether or not you personally agree with classifying the current economic situation as such, we are going through tough times. However, the recession does not seem to be bothering most Canadian economists -- or, for that matter, most Canadians.
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Perfect for athletes and sneakerheads alike.
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Welcome to the North side.
Seriously, where is Bieber on this one?
It marks the first time the Raptors have had two players voted onto the squad.
"It really is a magical moment for Canada and Toronto to host all-star."
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We invented the game, and aren't afraid to show it.
Even the sacrosanct Toronto Maple Leafs have had three names in their history, migrating from the Toronto Arenas (1917-1919) to the Toronto St. Patricks (1919-1927) to today's Toronto Maple Leafs who honour the region's love of grammar. Change is possible and welcome and please do this because I cannot take it anymore.
Half-a-million taxpayer dollars will be forked over to Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Group, one of the largest companies in sports, in order to host the 2016 NBA All-Star game. The company doesn't need this grant, but our government simply cannot resist handing money out left, right and centre.
It's hard to put our finger on just how much fans care about the proverbial losing team. They managed a good amount of success in the Vince Carter days of the late '90s and early 2000s, and even started to look towards the championship with a couple of runs at the playoffs under Chris Bosh in the 2007 season... but since then, the Raps have found themselves in a downward spiral and constant team-building situation, disappointing fans in Toronto and around the country alike.