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A meeting of two men who have, in their own ways, raised Toronto's international profile.
"Lol" Solman, once "Canada’s Uncrowned Amusement King," is all but forgotten today.
We visit The Coop Ink, where Don Cherry gets his suits.
The impressive, inspiring, and possibly unsportsmanlike athletic exploits of Ned Hanlan.
Some Torontonians are reluctant to swim in the lake, but not these people.
The Ontario Motor League brought an exciting sport to the CNE Grandstand in 1913.
A new statue honouring the late media mogul was unveiled at Rogers Centre on Tuesday.
The 154th Queen's Plate delivered the expected amount of pomp, but not everyone was moved.
A founder of Toronto's first gay football league describes how he learned the meaning of Pride.
Shinny dipping at the Trinity Community Recreation Centre.
The fierce rivalries and heated competition of high-stakes checkers.
To kick off Toronto Bike Month, here's a sampling of Victorian and Edwardian bike advertising, taken from Toronto newspapers.
The mayor's time with the Don Bosco Eagles appears to be at an end.
After leading for most of the game, the Leafs lost to the Bruins and eliminated themselves from this year's NHL playoffs.
Full Count, a new book by veteran sports journalist Jeff Blair, tells the story of the Blue Jays' decline in the 20 years after the team's World Series wins.
One mensch's hard journey from the sandlots of Toronto to New York's Ebbets Field.
Former Leafs GM Brian Burke was fired earlier this year, but his decisions laid the groundwork for this season's success.
After a long, harsh winter, Toronto's bike polo scene returns to the city's parks.