The ‘Nonna Wall’ is Ritorno restaurant’s famous tribute to hundreds of remarkable women, bearing the photographs of over 400 mothers and grandmothers.
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Before joining Global News in 2016, Kayla earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in media production at Ryerson University.
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The city is inviting the community to co-author the plan by taking part in consultations, which would look at ways to preserve and rebrand the area and support its businesses.
For the past year, James has been pedaling his piano-bike to The Beaches in Toronto’s east-end, delighting unsuspecting passersby with impromptu concerts in the open air.
Despite being among those hardest hit by the virus, many Black Canadians are eyeing the COVID-19 vaccine warily. Advocates say their skepticism comes from a legitimate place.
A lack of support and opportunities in Canada’s television and film industry has led to a deficit in Black representation both on- and off-screen.
Canadian actor-brothers Stephan James and Shamier Anderson launch the Black Academy, aimed at fostering and spotlighting emerging Black Canadian talent.
Quebec father and young son’s ‘Titi Sapin’ or ‘Tiny Trees’ adoption service gives customers the choice to ‘adopt’ their living holiday tree.
The outpouring of support from the community for Dominic DaCosta, 5, was so overwhelming, event organizers said they had to restrict the number of vehicles participating.
Toronto’s Little Jamaica, already hit hard by years of heavy construction from the Crosstown LRT, has been dealt a second blow from the COVID-19 pandemic.
For former CFL player Orlando Bowen, coming to terms with George Floyd’s death and the fallout has meant having to relive his own nightmare encounter with Peel police.
From understanding your curl type to tips on how to prevent breakage, experts and Canadians share their advice on best practices for Black hair.
Toronto’s Little Jamaica neighbourhood is under strain as construction on the Eglinton Crosstown light-rail transit system continues.
Police warn seniors to be wary of men who try to convince them repairs are needed on their homes and demand cash payment.
Toronto police responded to a medical call just before 1:30 pm on Wednesday, in the Wilson Ave. and Highway 400 area.
An Etobicoke man quit his IT job to start a backyard farm — all part of a growing trend of urban farms popping up in the GTA.