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So, Pascal Siakam could be anywhere in the world right now, but instead of taking a glamorous vacation, the NBA star spent a day handing out free laptops in Regent Park. As if Toronto needed another reason to love him

Siakam hosted his third cohort of "Coding For Champions" at Regent Park. An event that saw the Raptor player hand out 150 laptops to young girls in the hopes of aiding their pursuit of tech careers.

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Raptors fans may not be able to see their team play this summer, but, oddly, you can catch their head coach shredding the guitar.

Nick Nurse is set to jam alongside The New Power Generation (NPG) at Toronto Jazz Festival this weekend through a setlist that'll be all kinds of thirsty.

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Scottie Barnes is quickly becoming a fan favourite on the Toronto Raptors, and the 20-year-old forward is making it easy for the whole country to fall in love.

Barnes has been pretty vocal about his love for the 6ix. Recently, while playing Call of Duty: Warzone on a live stream, the young baller couldn't help but gush about the supportive culture he's found in Canada.

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The 6ix's soccer community got a real big ego boost on Thursday.

On June 16, 2022, FIFA officials announced that two Canadian cities, Toronto and Vancouver, had been selected to host several 2026 FIFA World Cup games, and it will cost the Big Smoke more than Drake's net worth.

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Toronto Raptors' Scottie Barnes got dissed on Jimmy Kimmel's Mean Tweets segment, and it read like a gut punch straight out of middle school.

Sometimes it can be easy to forget that celebrities can see the hot takes you post about them on the internet but Kimmel's popular segment Mean Tweets, where celebrities read mean tweets about themselves out loud, puts it into perspective.

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If you love spending your summers road-tripping to Toronto to see the Blue Jays, fret not, the team's president has your back. At least when it comes to traffic.

Toronto Blue Jays President Mark Shapiro asked Mayor John Tory and the city council not to vote in favour of extending Active TO on Lake Shore Boulevard West in an open letter this week.

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Raptors fans rejoice! Kyle Lowry, the GROAT himself, is getting a street named after him in Don Mills, and the ceremony is happening next week.

On Monday, June 13, "Deputy Mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong and Andrew De Gasperis of Aspen Ridge Homes will announce eight new street names for Don Mills Crossing" in a ceremony recognizing people who have made outstanding contributions to Toronto.

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Looks like Drake won't be the only musician that Torontonians can see courtside at a basketball game (though it will be for a completely different team).

Rapper Jermaine Lamarr Cole (better known as J. Cole) just signed on to be part of the Scarborough Shooting Stars, according to a tweet put out by the Canadian Elite Basketball League on May 19.

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This Essay article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Running a marathon is really hard. That's something that's super clear from the first day.

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The Raptors have fought tooth and nail to stay in the playoffs, pulling themselves back from a 3-0 deficit against the 76ers. A feat, forward Chris Boucher says, couldn't have been accomplished without their fans.

Boucher opened up about the team's miraculous comeback and crowd energy during an interview on Wednesday evening, crediting fans for giving the team morale much-needed support.

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Fred VanVleet appeared to let all his emotions out during the Raptors' tense Game 4 face off against the 76ers.

A hip injury forced the NBA all-star to walk off the court during the first half of Saturday night's game, and his frustration was once again on full display.

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