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Raptors Uprising Unveils New Bell Gaming Centre in Toronto

Raptors Uprising is unveiling its brand new Bell Gaming Centre. The Toronto Raptors-owned NBA 2K League team has set up a brand new facility that is being used for competing in NBA 2K League, streaming content, and training. Previously, Raptors Uprising operated in the Bell Fibe House in the Toronto neighbourhood of The Beaches. The...

Toronto Axes Plan for Cheap, High-Speed Internet for Low-Income Households

According to The Star, the City of Toronto is abandoning plans for a municipal broadband service that would provide low-cost, high-speed internet to low-income residents. Following skepticism from members of Mayor John Tory’s executive committee and lobbying of politicians and officials by Canada’s telecom giants over the last month (particularly Bell and Rogers), the city administration...

Covenant House Toronto Launching Gaming and Esports Fundraiser

Covenant House Toronto is launching a month-long fundraising event, raising money and awareness for at-risk youth, survivors of sex trafficking and experiencing homelessness. The Main Mission Charity Event starts on March 7 and will run until April 2, 2022. Over the course of the month, participants are encouraged to host livestreams to help raise funds...

Toronto Parking App ‘Green P’ Now Supports Apple Pay, Google Pay

The Toronto Parking Authority (TPA)’s private label parking app, Green P, has been updated to now support Apple Pay and Google Pay. Green P, powered by Passport, also debuts a ‘quick park’ feature and a new design as well. Integration with Apple Pay and Google Pay means faster payment options right on your device, as […]

Apple Threatens to Pull Out of Massive Toronto Condo Project

Apple is threatening to pull out of a massive Toronto condo project, expected to be the tallest residential tower in Canada. Over the past years, the 85-story skyscraper at Yonge and Bloor streets called The One has been under construction, with the final building set to host a unique space designed to host Apple's flagship...

‘311 Toronto’ Mobile App Launches, Lets You Request Over 600 City Services

The City of Toronto has launched a dedicated 311 Toronto app for iPhone and Android users, offering residents the ability to request from over 600 city services, everyday of the year 24/7. "Use the app to make requests for more than 600 different services including Animal Services, Bylaw Violations, Service Complaints, Graffiti Removal, Noise Complaints,...