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Marcus Gee

The World
It's time to think about tearing down the Rogers Centre
No amount of renovations will solve the outmoded stadium's fundamental problem: It's too big for baseball

By MARCUS GEE
Saturday, July 13, 2019 – Page A14

-- There has been a lot of talk lately about the future of the Rogers Centre, the home of baseball's Blue Jays. Officials hint that they want to renovate and modernize the stadium.  FULL STORY 

Toronto’s domed stadium has had its day
Time to think about tearing down the outmoded Rogers Centre

By Marcus Gee
Friday, July 12, 2019

Time to think about tearing down the outmoded Rogers Centre  FULL STORY 

Everyone needs a hero from time to time. Kawhi Leonard fit the bill and he made Toronto glow all over
He helped give Toronto its first professional basketball championship. He brought the whole city to its feet with his death-defying buzzer beater. He inspired countless kids to take to the court.

By Marcus Gee
Saturday, July 6, 2019

He helped give Toronto its first professional basketball championship. He brought the whole city to its feet with his death-defying buzzer beater. He inspired countless kids to take to the court...  FULL STORY 

Kawhi is the hero Toronto needs
The city's frenzy over the Raptors player who helped the team become champions may be silly, but that's okay

By Marcus Gee
Saturday, July 6, 2019 – Page A3

-- This week a big, sophisticated North American city went out of its mind over the future of a basketball player. A local news helicopter followed his suspected movements and carried them live...  FULL STORY 

A lasting memorial: The story of the opioid crisis, told on skin
Marcus Gee speaks with 10 Canadians who have lost loved ones to drug overdoses. For those left behind, tattoos keep them close

By Marcus Gee
Friday, July 5, 2019

Marcus Gee speaks with 10 Canadians who have lost loved ones to drug overdoses. For those left behind, tattoos keep them close  FULL STORY 

Two ways that Sidewalk Labs can help Toronto
A booming city desperately needs good ideas and space to grow near its core

By Marcus Gee
Saturday, June 29, 2019 – Page A16

-- Critics of Sidewalk Labs were not impressed when it unveiled its detailed plan for Toronto's waterfront this week. Since Monday's announcement, they have only stepped up their attacks. Some said...  FULL STORY 

Two ways that Sidewalk Labs can help Toronto
A booming city desperately needs good ideas and space to grow near the core

By Marcus Gee
Friday, June 28, 2019

A booming city desperately needs good ideas and space to grow near the core  FULL STORY 

The death of an old tree
An old chestnut shaded our house and graced our street for generations. Now we miss it like a lost friend

By Marcus Gee
Friday, June 21, 2019

An old chestnut shaded our house and graced our street for generations. Now we miss it like a lost friend   FULL STORY 

The Raptors’ victory parade was more than a celebration – it was a glimpse of today’s Canada
More than all the earnest slogans, the scenes on Toronto’s streets spoke of Canada’s success at accepting and absorbing people from all over the planet

By Marcus Gee
Wednesday, June 19, 2019

More than all the earnest slogans, the scenes on Toronto’s streets spoke of Canada’s success at accepting and absorbing people from all over the planet  FULL STORY 

Raptors celebration is a stirring glimpse of Canada's identity
Canada's diversity was never more apparent than during Monday's procession

By Marcus Gee
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 – Page A8

-- Monday's parade in Toronto was more than just a joyous celebration of the Raptors' victory. It was a glimpse of today's Canada. The throngs that gathered to cheer their team were the image of...  FULL STORY 

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