Recent Stuff


Mohamed Hussein and his father, Asbscir Hussein, outside their Toronto home Aug. 10, 2009, still waiting for Mohamed’s mother to be released from Kenya.


Dog walker Leanne Fry takes a break from walking, (l-r) Henry, Abbey and Sadie at a church on Ossington and Hallam Street.
(Carlos Osorio/Toronto Sta


Jabari Lindsay is project manager for the $5 million Youth Gang Prevention program.


Jays V Rays– Roy Halladay wipes his brow during the 1st inning of MLB action at the Rogers Centre on July 24, 2009 where the Toronto Blue Jays host the Tampa Bay Rays.
(Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star)


CBC journalist Linden MacIntyre whose second novel, The Bishop’s Man, touches on the scandal of sexual abuse and the Catholic Church in Newfoundland.
(Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star)


Loved ones mourn the body of Peter Ludian yesterday on the shore of Moon River under the protection of an OPP officer. The 21-year-old vacationer from Poland was pulled from the Muskoka river yesterday. He and two other men — Vladimir Tsimfer, 31, and Vladimir Sirghii, 22 — died after a dive in the churning waters Sunday.
(Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star)


“We shouldn’t have a two-tier food system, only the educated with money accessing healthy, clean food,” insists Nick Saul, head of The Stop Food Bank.
(Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star)


A man exhales smoke from a cigarette while chatting on the phone outside a donut shop near Queen and Dufferin.
(Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star)


BIG PICTURE FEATURE
Nick Goncalves, 19, always listens to music prior to a competition because it lets him relax and stay focused before jumping on a bull. It’s not uncommon for rodeo riders to be born into the sport and Goncalves is no exception, riding bulls since he was 11. The 13th Annual Exeter Rodeo at the South Huron Recreation Centre, held this Aug. 7-9, 2009, also featured steer wrestling, barrel racing, roping and bronc riding.



Instructor Suzie Lowe teaches Emily Ramsay, 9, how to jump into a pool. “Mummy doesn’t let me go in the water when she’s not there,” Emily says.



Stefania Dulemba is donating her home in north Whitby, where she lived for almost 60 years with her beloved husband, Aleksander, to Oshawa’s university as she returns to her native Poland.



Toronto FC players take part in a drill during practice at BMO field on July 28, 2009.

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