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Adela Kang (centre) dancing to the song Love On Top by Beyoncé alongside her classmates. Mansoor Tanweer

Get in Formation for Beyography

For fans of Beyoncé, the dream of living like Queen Bey herself has finally come true. For just $20, fans can now enroll in a two-hour Beyography (Beyoncé + choreography) dance class, where you can learn the moves to some of Beyoncé’s most popular songs including “Run The World (Girls),” “Single Ladies (Put a Ring …

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"A Tale of Two Foxes," by Don Gutoski, is the overall winning photo for this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Courtesy of Don Gutoski.

2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) exhibition featured three Canadian photographers – grand title-holder Don Gutoski, Rising Star Portfolio winner Connor Stefanison, and 10 Years and Under finalist Josiah Launstein. Presented by Quark Expeditions, the WPY was on tour from the Natural History Museum of London, England, at the Royal Ontario Museum from …

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An ice sculptor uses a chainsaw to carve his ice at Yorkville’s annual Ice Festival. Photo taken by Clark McRorie.

Toronto’s 11th IceFest takes Yorkville

Artists revving chainsaws through 20,000 pounds of clear ice drew throngs of spectators at Toronto’s 11th annual Ice Festival in the Bloor-Yorkville district. Inspired by Heart Month, this year’s theme was Expressions of Love, befitting the Valentine’s Day season. In tandem with the theme, the event provided donation opportunities for The Heart and Stroke Foundation through …

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Courtesy of Team Yukigassen Canada

Yukigassen: The Snowball Fighting World Championships

At the foot of Mt. Showa Shinzan in Hokkaido, Japan, a battle is about to unfold. Yukigassen, which in English translates to “snow battle,” is the snowball fighting world championships — and David Thomson is looking to bring the title home for Canada. “This isn’t the first time a Canadian team has participated, but it’s …

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The College and Bathurst Streets signs. College and Bathurst is known as "Little Italy." Photo by Caterina Amaral

Toronto artist rethinks street signs: long live the acorn

At first, it was supposed to be simple. Raj Gupta started redesigning neighbourhood street signs in Toronto to commemorate moments in his life since moving to the city in 2011. Initially it wasn’t supposed to be about iconic neighbourhoods, but turned out that way when Gupta received requests from people who learned the acorn-style street …

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