Diversity and multiculturalism shown in Toronto at a vigil for a van attack Rahman Mohamed
On April 23 Toronto, Canada was hit with a tragedy. It has not been classified as a terrorist attack. Along Yonge Street 24 people were hit by a man driving on the sidewalk; 10 died. Victims included locals and foreigners, a tragedy that was felt across borders. On Sunday, April 29 a vigil was held for victims of the attack.
He doesn’t dominate the slots but he could dominate the bar Rahman Mohamed
Toronto sports teams. With fans they’ve been a joke for years. A win by a Toronto team was considered a miracle. Recently, as they actually improved, entered the post-season and won games , even championships they’re getting more respect from fans and rivals too. Toronto is considered the city to have the most loyal fans, fans that will support the team even if they’re dead last and have no chance; proof: Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, and Toronto Blue Jays have had full stadiums and sky high ticket prices even when their records were bad.
Nobody has found the most loyal and fanatic fan; selfies and media are always trying to out-perform. There’s a competition: where will you see the crazy fans – Instagram, TV, local paper, in person.
Toronto’s mayors have always been involved in fandom, trading in the suite for a jersey during playoffs and declaring support for the team in open council and to the media. Whether or not Mayor John Tory is a crazy loyal fan is not known. What is known: he’s the good luck charm for Toronto teams, knowledgeable about sports, the mayor of a city with teams that have drastically improved, or just lucky.