As police struggle to discourage people from drinking and driving, some of those who have driven drunk, and got caught, are speaking out, hoping to prevent others from doing the same thing, and to save lives.
Author: Keegan Lavigne
By nearly every measure, Toronto has the depth and talent to compete with the NBA’s very best, despite a loss in Game 1 of the playoffs.
Spoke reporter Keegan Lavigne says the country’s bench strength is now world class, thanks to the growing popularity of the sport at home.
Jerry Howarth’s most cherished memories, he says, includes the two Blue Jays World Series wins, as well as some more personal moments.
Basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, dodgeball and ball hockey are among the sports that relieve academic pressures and create community.
Players across Ontario know Wesley Lau for his hits, kills and points. Among his Condor teammates, he’s also a respected and modest leader.
For music fans who weren’t yet born during Queen’s heyday, the film is instructive. For those already familiar with the band, it’s a great tribute, writes Keegan Lavigne.
The early morning disturbance at Surrey Gardens on Jan. 31 left resident Kurt McKechnie dead of gunshot wounds.
For Uber drivers, the gig is about a lot more than getting into a vehicle and signing on. It’s about the right hours, the right vehicle, managing expenses and perfect timing.
The Mohawk Mountaineers beat Conestoga 99-82 at the Rec Centre on Jan. 12.
Head coach Matthew Buckley believes Conestoga’s team is tight and competitive, but needs to find a way to keep up its energy through the third and fourth quarters.
The Conestoga Condors men’s volleyball team defeated the St. Clair Saints on Sunday, November 25 at Conestoga College.
For Conestoga’s Condors, being a student and an athlete at the same time is a time-management challenge. But it also brings its share of rewards, team members say.
Despite an 0-7 start, players and coaches believe the young team has the drive, skill and determination to make the OCAA playoffs.