Toronto in the NBA Finals and Other Milestones in the History of Canadian Sports
(6/03/2019) The first appearance of the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Finals has garnered enormous enthusiasm in one of the…
The Toronto Raptors playoff Success Represents a Shift in Canadian Identity
(05/31/2019) If you’re not a basketball fan right now, you’re missing out. For the first time since they were founded…
‘Serious problems with the policy’: U of T’s Bruce Kidd on the ruling against Caster Semenya
Caster Semenya, the South African 800-metre Olympic and world champion, recently lost her landmark legal case against the International Association of…
Eight Canadians Who Can Achieve Gold at Pyeongchang’s Olympic Games
These will be the fourth Olympic Games for the four-time Canadian gold medalist, Charles Hamelin.
Top 5 Hispanic – Caribbean Athletes in Canada’s Sports History
Puerto Rican Roberto Alomar has undeniably written his name with gold letters on the Toronto Blue Jays’ history.
Canada: A Surprising Destination for Cuban Baseball
This team is headed by Roger Machado, three-time winner of the National Series, and the lineup includes several of the main players that have stayed in the country, as well as other highly-experienced figures.
Five Stars Have Gained Momentum in Toronto Pan Am Games
The Unites States had never had such a young and brilliant sprinter since the time of Marion Jones. 17-year-old Kaylin Whitney has everything it takes to shine in athletics and she showed her talent in Toronto.
Five Ontario Cities Where You can Lead the AI Revolution
Ontario is no latecomer to the artificial intelligence age in Canada. In fact, decades ago, it was here that Geoffrey…
Canada is Emerging as a Global Leader in Artificial Intelligence
Canada is emerging as a global leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI), with some of the world’s top minds and inventors…
These Canadian Companies Lead the “IoT” Sector Globally
The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) extends internet connectivity into physical devices and everyday objects, allowing them to…
Toronto Leads North America in Tech Job Creation with a 14% Increase
Toronto led North America in tech job creation last year, surpassing New York and the Bay Area. In fact, Toronto…
These are the Fastest Growing Communities in Canada
A new report from Statistics Canada lists the fastest growing urban areas in Canada. The most surprising findings? First, the…
3 reasons DESCH opened their North American Headquarters in Waterloo, Canada
When looking to expand into North America, DESCH found a home in Waterloo, Canada.
Canada’s Opportunity to Become a Global Leader in Ethical Artificial Intelligence
Toronto is one of the most highly educated and diverse cities in the world.
Fintech Investment in Toronto Region Grows by 10 Times Over Five Years
The Toronto-Kitchener-Waterloo corridor is already making a name for itself with its high concentration of incubators and accelerators.
The New Schwartz Reisman Innovation Centre will Turbocharge the Next Wave of Canadian Innovation
The new Schwartz Reisman Innovation Centre will turbocharge the next wave of Canadian innovation, advancing how AI, biomedicine and other disruptive technologies can enrich lives
Travel and Culture
Top 5 Must-Visit Destinations in Ontario for Latin American Tourists
Toronto is the most multicultural city of the face of the Earth.
Best Canadian Universities for Latin American Students
The University of Toronto is described as the best of its kind in Canada and it occupies the 31st position in the world ranking.
These are the Best Ontario Colleges for Latin American Students
Many schools in Canada and Ontario have created specific services to attract students from Latin America.
Eight Successful Latin American-Caribbean Artists in Canada
Alex Cuba is a great figure of Latin American and Caribbean music in Canada, its most acclaimed star.
20 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Montreal
According to an RBC report on housing trends and affordability, buying property in Quebec is more affordable now than it has been in almost a decade.
Sonia Rodríguez, Spanish influence in the National Ballet of Canada
Sonia Rodriguez is the main dancer of the National Ballet of Canada. She was born in Toronto in 1972 but lived in Spain since she was 5 years old till she was 17.