NOW Magazine - Anniversary special - - Toronto Symphony Orchestra -

Every­body says they’re go­ing to go down to L.A., make a mil­lion dol­lars and then come back and build a cool Canadian film in­dus­try. But then they go down and make a mil­lion dol­lars and don’t come back. Luck­ily for me, I didn’t make any money. So I came back and de­vel­oped morals. – Rob Ste­fa­niuk, writer/direc­tor and star of Phil The Alien, on mak­ing Canadian com­edy In Canada we’re sup­posed to be this melt­ing pot. I feel like we’re all in a pot, but there’s no heat on right now. I’m a car­rot and you’re a tomato, and we’re just float­ing. We have it good in Canada, but there’s still racism here. – Ja­mal Ab­dul Nar­cel of Euphrates The city would rather spend $6 mil­lion to put a shield around the Bloor Viaduct to stop me from killing my­self than build hous­ing. – a home­less man sleep­ing in front of City Hall Fear not and re­lax. – Coun­cil­lor Olivia Chow on the pro­posed ded­i­cated street­car lane on St. Clair

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