A shark attacks Rob Ford, flying right into the mayor’s chest, in Sharknado 2: The Second One.
You read that right.
The clip, released by Space on Thursday, shows an actor portraying Ford at a news conference talking about relief to another shark disaster in New York City.
The TV movie is scheduled for July 30 at 9 p.m. ET on Space.
Just like everyone else, Canada’s wealthiest families are looking for three things in a home: location, location, location.
Canadian Business magazine partnered with market research firm Environics Analytics to map out out exactly where Canada’s wealthiest people live. Unsurprisingly, they flock together, choosing leafy enclaves where they can spread out to make room for wine cellars, art collections, luxury cars and more.
Click or tap through the gallery to see where Canada’s wealthiest people call home »
City digital media correspondent Winston Sih takes a look at Facebook’s new save tool which allows users to save things to view later.
Catch Connected City with Winston Sih on his weekly segment airing on CityNews: The 5. View all previous segments by clicking here.
I wouldn’t consider myself to be a superstar athlete. Though I competed eight years competitively in synchronized swimming (and no, synchro is not anything like what you saw in Austin Powers), I was a strong swimmer, but pretty much a weakling in everything else. I was able to eat all the bread/pasta/pastries I wanted without gaining any weight—in fact, I didn’t even know what refined carbs were, or that they don’t do any favours for your waistline. My practice would burn it all off anyways, so I was set. But then the worst thing that can happen to an aspiring Olympic athlete happened: I was forced out of my hopeful synchro career thanks to a wonky lunge-twist that resulted in a herniated disc. Major buzzkill.
With being pretty well immobile for a couple weeks, and forbidden from practising with my team, the carbs moved in and decided to stay. With university just around the corner, I did what I could to keep myself in decent shape (and mainly to avoid gaining 300 pounds). I got a GoodLife membership, bought all the Jillian Michaels’ fitness videos, and even took up running. I was determined as ever, and there was no way I was gaining any more weight.
But alas, I did exactly that once I hit university. First year proved to be where my fitness regime died a slow painful death. From the alcohol to the copious amounts of tater tots conveniently placed inside my residence’s cafeteria, I was on a one-way trip to Fatville with the dreaded freshman 15 (okay, 30…) to keep me company.
Something had to be done. In what physically and mentally felt like a slump, I started jotting down things I knew would make me happy. This resulted in the creation of my very own bucket list. The first thing on the list was to compete in aTough Mudder race. I figured that a healthy body and Tough Mudder went hand in hand, so it would be a two-bird-one-stone type of deal. On November 12, 2013 I took the plunge and signed myself up to compete in the Toronto Tough Mudder on August 16, 2014.
Now, if you do not know what Tough Mudder is, I’ll sum it up in a few words: omg, mud, dirt, fire, pain, ice cold water. Sounds dreamy, right? You’re probably questioning my sanity at this point, but there was something about this specific race that lured me in—I needed that rush, I needed that Tough Mudder headband, and I needed to feel the accomplishment of fulfilling my dream.
Before I began training, I knew two things had to change: my eating habits and my workouts. A Tough Mudder course incorporates more than just running for countless kilometres on end. All together, the course runs for 18-20 km with various types of obstacles you and your team must conquer. And I’m not talking ‘run through these tires’ type of obstacles—I’m talking trudging through trenches caged by barbed-wire, jumping through flames, and crawling through muddy water dodging electric wires that feel as though you are getting a jump start. CLEARLY I had to up my exercise game so my body could endure all of this madness, but first I needed to clear up my diet.
Stay tuned for Part 2 on Cityline.ca where I cover my training and diet plan!
Whether your summer plans include a vacation to the beach or a "staycation" in your backyard, 'tis the season for relaxing and reading. Chatelaine book editor Laurie Grassi takes us through her picks for top summer reads.
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Coming up on Breakfast Television this week:
American country music singer-songwriter Kip Moore stops by Monday to chat and perform one of his latest hits.
On Wednesday, Cityline‘s Dr. Karyn Gordon stops by with all things ‘Generation Z.’
Plus, to end the week, our friends at Dempsters will be in with some fresh and tasty lunch ideas.
Be sure to watch BT weekdays 5:30 to 9 a.m. on City, right here at BTtoronto.ca, or on our Breakfast Television mobile app for iOS and Android!
The TTC is investigating after a dashcam captured a bus running a red light and nearly striking a pedestrian in Scarborough Monday morning.
A CityNews viewer submitted the video, which shows the bus driving along Eglinton Avenue at around 9:15 a.m.
The light at Eglinton and Ionview Road turns red, and another car stops — but the bus begins to accelerate. At the same time, a pedestrian starts crossing the street directly into the path of the oncoming bus, which is forced to swerve to avoid hitting her.
A person in the car with the dashcam can be heard cursing in shock before saying, “I thought she was going to die there.”
The TTC’s Brad Ross says buses often can’t stop on a dime like smaller cars and would potentially cause more injury by doing so. But he doesn’t think that was case this time.
Ross, who viewed the video Tuesday, said it appears there was plenty of time for the bus to slow down and come to a full, safe stop at the red light.
“Clearly, based on the viewing of this video, there was an opportunity for that bus to stop,” he said.
“Given that the pedestrian stepped off the curb and the bus had to swerve to avoid that pedestrian, that is concerning and that is why we need to review this.”
Ross said the TTC will take steps to identify the bus and bring the driver in to be interviewed about the incident before deciding if disciplinary measures will be taken.
“This could have been much worse and we are grateful of course that it wasn’t,” he said.
“Safety is number one for the TTC, somebody clearly looks to have dropped the ball (in this case), and we need to understand why.”
Another bus can be seen in the video a few seconds earlier going through a yellow light at the same intersection. The TTC is not believed to be reviewing that incident.
Superstar Katy Perry used her day off between shows at the Air Canada Centre to explore Toronto’s past with a visit to Black Creek Pioneer Village.
The pop singer, who is currently on her Prismatic World Tour, posted a photo of herself on Instagram from the heritage museum with the caption ‘Took my time machine to a 19th century village and still got in trouble.’
Located in the Steeles Avenue West and Jane Street area, Black Creek Pioneer Village is a living tribute to the Toronto area’s pioneering roots.
Perry will play the third of three shows at the ACC on Monday before heading to Pittsburgh.
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