CANADA—Taco Bell and alcohol go hand-in-hand. Now the fast food giant is condensing a two-step process into one-stop shopping. “Beginning in June, Taco Bell will be serving beer at select locations,” announced Yum! Brands Director of PR, Scott Henderson. “If… Continue Reading
TORONTO—The art piece that literally defines Toronto has fallen into disrepair. Installed at Nathan Phillips Square for the 2015 Pan American Games, the Toronto sign has become an iconic tourist destination. All that love has caused the cover on the… Continue Reading
Jeff Melanson, known by co-workers as “Big Grabby”, resigned this week from his position as president and CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. “I wasn’t really surprised by his decision,” said symphony member and flautist Armen Staben. “He seemed to be going… Continue Reading
FERGUSON, MO- In response to the growing surge in civilian deaths, police have began a manhunt for their missing integrity.
The Toronto Maple Leafs today announced that Mike Babcock will become the 30th Head Coach in team history.
“Mike will take this team where it hasn’t been since 1967—the fairway,” proclaimed MLSE president Tim Leiweke.
Ahead of the Pan Am games, Joe Fresh will need to give volunteers the shirt off its back. The clothier is on the hook after delivering a botched order of 60,000 polo-style uniforms.
High-end Toronto homeowners are about to have a convicted terrorist as a neighbour.
Omar Khadr, who killed a US soldier at the age of 15 during the war in Afghanistan, has put a downpayment on 141 Bridle Path.
A therapist is urging 28-year-old fan Trish Kelsey to sever all ties with her favourite sports team, whose perennial losing ways have become abusive.
Record-breaking cold temperatures, chart-topping snowfall and storms galore made the shortest calendar month seem like the longest. Mooseclean’s put a woman on the street to ask hearty Torontonians what they will NOT miss about last month. So fuck you, February. Here’s hoping March brings a kinder, gentler version of winter.
Photo: Colleen Morgan, flickr.
TORONTO—With the results of the election now confirmed, John Lewandowski nervously plays with his crack pipe.
“My bookie said my chances were good, I should have gone for it. Why didn’t I? That guy knows the odds.”