TORONTO (Reuters) - The Toronto Raptors had the Golden State Warriors on the ropes late in Game Five on Monday but even with one hand on the Larry O’Brien Trophy it was not enough to wrestle the NBA championship away from the two-time defending champions.
Jun 10, 2019; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard (2) shoots the ball against Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (11) in game five of the 2019 NBA Finals at Scotiabank Arena.
The Regional Tibetan Youth Congress in Toronto held protest in front of Chinese Consulates to show solidarity with India over the recent Chinese military intrusion in the Galwan Valley, Eastern Ladakh region. 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the face-off with China."Tibet stands with India," "Thank you Indian Army," "Jai Hind, Jai Bharat," slogans were raised during the protests.
After months of only being able to take classes online, yoga enthusiasts in Toronto were able to mark International Day of Yoga on Sunday (June 21) by practising their poses in individual clear geodesic domes.
Baloch political and human rights activists gathered in Toronto on Sunday to protest against Pakistan and China for gross human rights violations in Balochistan. The protest was held under the aegis of Bramsh Solidarity Committee to express anger at the murders of women and children in Balochistan. The protesters condemned the senseless murders of two Baloch women by the Pakistan Army death squads in which a 4-year-old girl, Bramsh was wounded by a stray bullet. The protesters held placards demanding: Justice for Bramsh, Justice for Maliknaz and Kulsoom, Baloch Lives Matter, Dismantle Pak Army Death Squads in Balochistan, No to Chinese CPEC in Balochistan and China Hands-off Gwadar Port Balochistan. Zafar Baloch, a Baloch Human Rights Activist based in Canada said, "Baloch people are fighting against the Pakistan Army and against the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China and in which the decisions are made in Islamabad and GHQ, Rawalpindi where the army headquarters are, and also by Communist Party of China. They are equally criminal partners in Pakistan's slaughter and atrocities taken place in Balochistan". Karima Baloch, Ex-chairperson of Baloch Students Organisation (Azad), who is living in exile in Canada said, "Pakistan is the main perpetrator behind all thefts and killings. The army, who is running death squads and also the Frontier Corps (FC) and Anti-Terrorism Squad, is behind the killings and human rights violations in Balochistan". Protesters also expressed their anger at the Chinese CPEC projects and control over the sea port of Gwadar that has become the major reason for the China-backed Pakistani military operations in Balochistan resulting in the death of thousands of Baloch civilians.
Forget 'Games of Thrones', this incredible battle for territory is playing out every day on a bird feeder in Canada. John Whyte sets up a camera to document the jaw-dropping skirmishes for tasty corn in his yard in Orillia, Ontario. A chipmunk, black squirrel, ducks, crows and even a rabbit join in the royal rumble – sometimes to brutal effect. John has named some of the returning participants, including Hector the crow and Eddie the chipmunk. He says: "I have observed a particular pecking orders and how much even the smallest will risk for food."
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Raptors Will Make Final Pitch
to Kawhi Leonard The free agent will allow the Raptors to make the final presentation next week, according to ESPN. The teams will be meeting with Leonard in Los Angeles...
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