Pro-Trump and Anti-Trump supporters clash at rally in Toronto

(By: Nathan Sing) Hundreds of protesters filled the streets and gathered in front of Toronto’s Trump Tower on Saturday. Hundreds braved the rain and took to the streets of Toronto Saturday afternoon, protesting their opposition of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump. “We stand together, united against hate and show the world that Canada stands in solidarity with our brothers and sisters to the south,” said the … Continue reading Pro-Trump and Anti-Trump supporters clash at rally in Toronto

Word on the Street: American Presidential Election 2016

(By: Nathan Sing and Ryan Rocca) On Tuesday night, the American people elected Donald J. Trump as their president. Our reporter Nathan Sing took to the streets of Toronto at the intersection of Yonge and Dundas to hear what Canadians think of Trump being the next president of the United States. What are your thoughts? Sound off in the comments below! Continue reading Word on the Street: American Presidential Election 2016

Get used to saying President Trump

(By: Brendan Sylvia) Donald Trump celebrates a victory Tuesday night after winning the 2016 United States Presidential Election. The official call was made at around 3 a.m. EST as it varied among the different news outlets.  According to the preliminary results, Trump won 48% of the ballots cast nationwide with 279 Electoral College votes while Democrat challenger Hillary Clinton also captured 48% of the popular vote, but only 228 spots … Continue reading Get used to saying President Trump