Toronto Light Fest

by David Sproull Now in its third year the Toronto Light Festival is underway in the Distillery district and is running until March 3rd. The festival, which is free of charge, features light sculptures from […]


Bloor-Yorkville Ice Fest 2019

by David Sproull It was all glitter and glamour captured in frozen water as ‘Hollywood North’ was the theme of the Boor-Yorkville Ice Fest this past weekend. Dozens of both young and old alike braved […]


No Pants Subway Ride Toronto

By: Mamta Ramkissoon   Last Sunday was Toronto’s 17th annual “No Pants Subway Ride”. Despite a windchill of -6, participants took off their pants and boarded subway trains at Dundas station in their underwear! Paddy Jane […]


Alessia Cara is Quitting Social Media

Seneca Students React to her Choice By: Enrica Ammaturo   I’ll be over here… contemplating Alessia Cara’s decision to leave social media. The Brampton-born singer’s announcement came following her Grey Cup Halftime show performance on […]


Band Mate Betrayal

Over the decades there have been some bitter break ups in the music industry. From Guns and Roses to The Police. But those may not come close to what this Toronto based band is going […]


Day 6 TD Toronto Jazz Festival

Day 6 Recap We're more than halfway through and the students from Seneca's Multiplatform Journalism Intensive recap yesterday's highlights, including GRAMMY Award winner Cecile McLorin Salvant's performance. Posted by Toronto Jazz Festival on Thursday, June […]