1989's Back Again, In The SkyDome Opening That Featured Thousands Of Canadians Capering About, Plus Alan Thicke

Toronto's Rogers Centre was introduced in June 1989 as the SkyDome, at a time when the name "SkyDome" suggested an exciting future full of retractable roofs and mud-free Argonauts games, which we'd have to agree are two of the greatest developments of the past twenty-plus years. »7/14/11 8:00pm7/14/11 8:00pm


We Can Now Laugh At This Canadian TV Reporter Who Spoke Gibberish On Monday

Global Toronto reporter Mark McAllister had a Serene Branson moment on air earlier in the week, as he attempted to report on Canada's involvement in the Libya effort. McAllister is reportedly doing fine after experiencing what the network called "a moment of disorientation," so it is probably safe to enjoy our… »3/24/11 4:40pm3/24/11 4:40pm

Curling "Grudge Match" Outdraws NHL Game By Half A Million Viewers

There was a big curling game last night at the Tournament of Hearts in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. So big, in fact, that the Winnipeg Free-Press called it a "battle royale,", the Toronto Sun called it a "grudge match," and The Curling News wondered if it could be "the most compelling women's game in curling… »2/25/11 2:45pm2/25/11 2:45pm