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Brooklyn Nets' player, Kyrie Irving, recently was suspended from playing for publicizing an anti-semitic film and then refusing to say he is not against the Jewish community during a media opportunity, according to a statement from the team.

After promoting the documentary, an interviewer asked him on November 3 if he had any anti-semitic beliefs.

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This contest is now closed, but you can still attend the Bowlway pop-up event in Toronto on October 27, 2022.

Your go-to sandwich shop just unveiled an innovative menu item — and it comes in a bowl. Subway Canada collabed with their latest athlete ambassador, 2021-2022 NBA Rookie of the Year Scottie Barnes, to promote the ever so yummy Signature Rice Bowls.

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Good morning — Andrew from Narcity here! ☕

Off The Top: With Atlantic hurricane season very much underway, our Jenna Kelley reports that denizens of the southern U.S. are sounding the alarm over a tell-tale sign of impending doom: the sudden appearance of one notorious Weather Channel storm-chaser.

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Simu Liu and Jeremy Lin may have started the next Ryan Gosling and Macaulay Culkin shirt war.

Liu, Lin and friends hit the court on July 9 to ball out in a celebrity matchup for the second annual Celebrity Classic game in Toronto and so many hilarious moments ensued.

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Chris Broussard, a Fox Sports Analyst, made a messy statement about Toronto on a segment of FS1's First Things First, and another NBA player has come to the city's defence.

Former NBA player and current ESPN Sports Analyst Richard Jefferson clapped back at Broussard's claims that Toronto felt "different" for African American players compared to the U.S. after questioning if Toronto could keep Black superstars.

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