Emily Kwong

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STRUTT model and Talent Emily Kissi nee (Kwong) was born in Toronto, Ontario and is proud to call this diverse city home. One of the things she loves about working in Toronto is the level of diversity that is reflected in the Toronto modelling and acting scene. As part of an […]

Mr Meaner

November 2019

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Aries: When you break out of old behaviors that don’t actually suit you anymore it would be wonderful if the world would throw you a little party, but the world is a hard place. For the most part, people hate you and think you’re just taking up space. best to […]

Emily Burgess and The Emburys: Never Ending Fling

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How do you follow up a year where you’ve been named the Maple Blues Newcomer of The Year (must be one of those ten year overnight success stories I guess) and toured across Canada with your band multiple times – in the same year? You release a stunning sophomore record […]

Holiday Flicks

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The holiday season is upon us, which can only mean one thing – it’s time for Cineplex’s highly popular screening of Polar Express 3D! The Cineplex Family Favourites tradition returns on Saturday, November 23. As always, the screening begins at 11:00am and admission $2.99 per person, but you’re going to […]

Scarey stuff

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so hallowen is over. it rain so that was no good for the wee ones. willie who lives under the bridge says its scary cause bums get beated up a lot on hallowean. bob who used to sleep on the couch and then it floated away so sleeps in the […]

Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks: November 2019

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November. The great “in- between” of Fall and Winter. Filled with days hoping there’s one more warm one when you can get everything you forgot to put away, put away. It’s also the month when we adorn a poppy, of various colours, and remember the sacrifice our parents, grandparents and […]

Eye 0n City Hall

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So, the Diane has given city councillors a new seating plan in the council chamber. May seem trivial but it ain’t. Two councillors from each ward now sit directly beside each other, shoulder to shoulder, overlookin’ each other’s notes. Odd, since they all previously chose to sit far away from […]

Matt Dusk

Interview: Matt Dusk

November 1, 2019 thewire 0

Matthew-Aaron “Matt” Dusk is a Canadian jazz vocalist. He has four certified gold albums, two certified platinum albums and three number one radio hits. From the earliest of days singing in St Michael’s Choir, he knew he wanted to be a performer. Later he graduated from York University where he […]