Buzzer beater owes it to Drake’s 76er shorts

What a time to have the name Kawhi

The quest for the best photo of the Raptors advancing to the eastern conference final can’t overlook the face of Boston Pizza chief Jim Treliving remaining chill in the corner.

Drake has worked to reverse his curse

Wearing his Philadelphia 76ers shorts at home was how Drake tried to avoid jinxing the Raptors. But this guy’s all about contradiction: rapping about climate change hasn’t stopped him from showing off his jumbo jet.

Margaret Trudeau celebrated Mother’s Day on a Second City stage. Certain Woman of an Age, her one-woman show, debuted in Chicago with her offspring in attendance. (Not to mention some Canadian media, to take note of quotes like, “My life has been extreme.”)

Jagmeet Singh’s right-wing pundit pal

S.E. Cupp was a Grade 6 classmate of the NDP leader, at the Detroit County Day School. While promoting his book, Love & Courage, Singh and Cupp spoke on her CNN show, Unfiltered:

Closing time seems to have really come for the Matador. The historic ballroom has been sold to developers. Ex-owner Paul McCaughey blames a decade of wrangling with the city of Toronto for killing his condo-free dream.

The Beer Store spits back at Doug Ford

The foreign-owned retailer is ramping up its campaign against alcohol being sold in Ontario variety stores with a website full of gloom:

Toronto Wolfpack is attaching sports to CBD. Cannabidiol products will be marketed by the rugby team, which is trying to boost its fortunes. Meanwhile, industry groups want Health Canada to stop seeing CBD as a drug.

Finally, all it took was a little push

Timothy Lubin was arrested and charged with one count of theft, not long after Kensington Market eatery Wafels & More belatedly followed its viral video, of a Joker cosplayer stealing tip jar money, with a report to police: