At the Toronto Game Jam (TOJam) over the weekend, indie developers from all over the place got together and made some games.
Game developer Ryan Henson Creighton took his daughter to the recent Toronto independent game jam, and let her make a game (with some help). I hope your teeth are ready for all this sweetness.
The source of the stir created by a Modern Warfare-themed countdown site - believed to be announcing another sequel, or a competitor's - has been traced to a Canadian troupe set to debut a Modern Warfare film next week.
Remember in the middle of last month someone jacked two trailers outside of Toronto and made off with $1 million in PlayStation 3 and PSP merch? Cops have made an arrest and recovered half the stolen property.
Takeru Kobayashi, famous as the six-time winner of the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, is appearing in Toronto for a pre-release stunt for Donkey Kong Country, in which he and the game will evidently have a banana-eating contest.
Justifying the harsh handling of protesters at the G-20 summit this weekend, Toronto police invited journalists to a viewing of dangerous confiscated weapons, including foam swords, sock-headed arrows, and a suit of scale mail. Did someone call forth a flame bolt?
With the goal of one day offering 150 titles for checkout across its 38 locations, Toronto's public library has taken steps toward building a video game collection - but figures it needs $300,000 to make it happen.
Complaints about images of war and violence have caused Sony to pull around 300 Killzone 2 advertisements from bus shelters in Toronto, Canada.