Masai Ujiri says teams need to look at their culture amid the recent chaos in the NBA

Masai Ujiri says teams need to look at their culture amid the recent chaos in the NBA

The last few explosive weeks in the NBA have seen Phoenix owner Robert Sarver and Boston coach Aime Odoka suspended. Anthony Edwards of Minnesota has been reprimanded for his homophobic comments. Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant were at the center of Brooklyn’s off-season chaos. The NBA’s training camps fell on Tuesday after some of the … Read more

OREA survey identifies systemic racism as an issue in Ontario real estate

OREA survey identifies systemic racism as an issue in Ontario real estate

Ninety-three percent of black real estate agents believe discrimination plays a role in the rental process in Ontario, according to a new report from the Ontario Real Estate Association. The association’s Presidential Advisory Group (PAG) on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has released its first-ever work The struggle for fair housingTuesday’s report lays out 19 recommendations … Read more

Fans pack seats at Rogers Center Stadium for a chance to catch Aaron Judge’s historic race at home.

Gregory Strong, Canadian Press Date: September 26, 2022 9:46 PM EST Last update on Monday, September 26, 2022, 10:43 PM EST TORONTO — Justin Morgan and his dad arrived early from the Rogers Center on Monday for a spot in the sitting room section of the 200-level field, hoping for a piece of baseball history. … Read more

Maple Leafs and Rasmus Sandin camp focus on 1- or 2-year deals

Maple Leafs training camp continues this week, as well as great negotiations between GM Kyle Dubas and RFA Rasmus Sandin. The 22-year-old is on his way to miss a big chunk of training camp as the Maple Leafs take this second week to prepare for the regular season. But maybe – just maybe – we … Read more

Stocks are falling on recession fears. The Dow is slipping into a bear market

Damien J. Trois and Alex Vega, Associated Press Date: September 26, 2022 4:54 PM EDT NEW YORK – Wall Street’s broad slide extended the major indexes’ losing streak for a fifth day on Monday, deepening the market’s sharp decline amid growing fears of a global recession. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.1%, becoming the … Read more

Lights on, ovens off: Europe braces for its winter energy crisis

David Mashog, Justin Spike, Karel Jansek and Velene Tuchkov, Associated Press Date: September 26, 2022 7:58AM EST FRANKFURT, Germany (Associated Press) – As Europe approaches winter in the midst of an energy crisis, offices are getting colder. Statues and historical buildings become dark. Bakers who can’t afford to heat their ovens talk of giving up, … Read more

Among the new additions to this season’s Maple Leafs, Calle Jarnkrok really stands out

Toronto Maple Leafs center Kaley Garnrock looks for a pass against Senators in Ottawa, in Toronto, on Sept. 24.Christopher Katsarov/The Canadian Press Calle Jarnkrok had already made a big impression during his first two days of training with the Maple Leafs, but on Saturday night, the team really got attention. The 31-year-old Swede scored Toronto’s … Read more

To rent or buy? What’s in store for the clothing rental industry in Canada

TORONTO – A few weeks ago, Carly Soares needed a dress for her wedding, and fast. “I tried to go shopping in the mall, but noticed a rare selection of formal dresses,” said the 30-year-old. “It was very surprising actually. It’s still kind of pandemic chic throughout a lot of retail stores.” The dresses I … Read more

To rent or buy? What’s in store for the clothing rental industry in Canada

A few weeks ago, Carly Soares needed a dress for the wedding, and fast. “I tried to go shopping in the mall, but I noticed a rare selection of formal dresses,” the 30-year-old said. “It was very surprising actually. It’s still kind of an epidemic look for pajamas in a lot of retail stores.” The … Read more

David Chang’s Momofuku is closing its Toronto restaurants

A decade after Torontonians first queued up for hours for bowls of ramen, possum and pork, New York-based restaurant company Momofuku, New York-based chef Momofuku, announced that it will cease operations in the city on December 23. BlogTO is the first to post news Thursday about the company’s exit from the city, citing an unidentified … Read more