It was the nicest weather I could remember for a Sunday in late October and it brought the largest gathering ever in Woodbine Park, Toronto – over 40,000 people for #SoupStock – a one-day culinary celebration that featured tasty soups from more than 200 of Canada’s top chefs. Everybody had the same purpose in mind […]
Largest crowd ever in Woodbine Park, Toronto gathers for #SoupStock – a culinary protest to Stop The Mega-Quarry
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper takes a photo with hockey fans during the first intermission of Team Canada’s IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship game at Rexall Place, Edmonton. (December 28, 2011)
The Occupy Wall Street movement made its way to Toronto yesterday. Hadn’t planned to shoot it as I was heading to the camera show. When I missed my Go bus by one frickin’ minute, and had another hour to kill, figured I’d check out King and Bay where the demonstrators were beginning to gather. Protest […]
(June 17, 2011) Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney greets American politico legend and diplomat Henry Kissinger after the Munk Debates at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall. Kissinger was making the appearance to lend his thoughts to the nights topic, “Does the 21st Century Belong To China?”
BLOG: Henry Kissinger inside Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall – KD Lang outside it. Sounds like a Friday night to me.
What to do on a Friday night in Toronto? Heading down to Roy Thomson Hall seemed like the good bet to me as a politico legend and diplomat, Henry Kissinger was taking part in the Munk Debates, and just outside the Hall – the Luminato Festival was in full swing and KD Lang was set […]
NDP leader Jack Layton greets enthusiastic supporters during Khalsa Day celebrations at Queen’s Park
[singlepic id=677 w=600 h=423](April 24, 2011) NDP leader Jack Layton greets enthusiastic supporters during Khalsa Day celebrations at Queen’s Park. Layton has gained steam on the campaign trail with just over a week before a Canadian Federal Election.
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