FROM THE ARCHIVE: In 2001, the four venturesome founders of Cityscape Development Corporation set out to create a dynamic new district in Toronto. Now, it’s the site of an eclectic collection of artists, businesses and residences. And it all began with an old whisky warehouse.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Tonight at World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto, Joe Fresh and Pink Tartan present their fall/winter 2014 collections. Joseph Mimran and Kimberley Newport-Mimran are the husband and wife founders behind the brands. Together, they have carved out a significant place in Canada’s fickle fashion landscape.
What’s most striking about Gregory Smith is his understated sense of humour, his self-deprecating remarks. The 28-year-old actor, who is currently starring in the television cop show Rookie Blue, pokes fun at himself almost immediately when he describes his character Dov Epstein as a fun-loving, high-energy rookie who exaggerates his prowess with women.
The self-described “stay-at-home-y” actor talks about a certain secret society at Yale, his most persistent fans, and what it was like to play a Canuck.
There’s a spot on the fourth floor of the newly renovated Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) building where the glass roof of the new structure slants upwards to gently meet the gabled rooftops and ornate spire of the restored Victorian building.
In 1786, John Molson founded Canada’s oldest brewery on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. Today, Andrew and Geoff—the seventh Molson generation—are continuing the legacy.