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Marcus Medford

Marcus Medford

Marcus "Roi" Medford is poet, journalist, photographers-assistant and radio-show host studying journalism at the University of Toronto. Marcus has written for numerous publications including the The Blueprint, the Toronto Observer and New Canadian Media. He has performed his poetry at multiple venues in Toronto and is publishing his first collection of poetry, "Book of Mars" later this year. 

You can check out Marcus on Twitter: @marcus_roi

 

For millennials who choose the university route, most have their eye on the proverbial prize of a six figure job. Most of them won’t get there, and those who do, will hang on to it for dear life.
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After a record-breaking season for the Toronto Raptors, fans cemented their reputation for being some of the loudest, most passionate in the NBA. Even Cleveland Cavalier superstar LeBron James took notice, praising the enthusiasm of the Raptors' fans, describing the Raptors home court at the Air Canada Centre, as "an unbelievable atmosphere."

Aaron Charles: Agent Of Change

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For Aaron Charles building a brighter future is like building a home—you need to have a clear vision, a solid foundation, a good team around you and the rest is down to slowly progressing.
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Behind the Bow Tie

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TDot Fest: Developing Toronto's Talent

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 19:19
On October 2 Canadian music history was made. For the first time ever the top four spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart belonged to Canadians.
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