With the approach of February’s Black History Month, identified are some prominent historical figures that have changed the cultural landscape of Canada and are sources of reverence and pride, not only for the black community, but Canada as a whole.
Leonardo da Vinci's sketches and artwork are on display at the Ontario Science Centre until March 18.
The Ontario Science Centre is currently hosting an exhibit called “Leonardo da Vinci’s Workshop” that showcases digital reconstructions of da Vinci’s famous artwork, several pages of his notebooks called codices, and 18 three-dimensional interpretations of several of his drawings.
Despite the wet and warm weather, people are donning the blades to take to the ice at Harbourfront Centre. The annual Skate Culture that provides on-ice activities and skating lessons to all ages has begun down by Lake Ontario. For more information about Skate Culture and a listing of events please visit its website.
Daily Planet reporter Bennard Boadi took his camera to Skate Culture to capture the ice action.
Barney's Joint held host to a charity fashion show for the Centre of Addiction and Mental Health Foundation Sunday evening.
Local designers showcased their talent through a variety of eveningwear, swimsuits and street style.
"This is a small multi-cultural community and if we can get people out there to come and support us, it would be awesome," said Sheik Francis, one of the organizers of the event. Francis teamed up with Simone Walsh, a clothing designer and volunteer at the CAMH Foundation to put on what they hope to be the first of an annual fashion show to spread local support and raise money for a good cause.