In about five years, Toronto will unveil the largest expansion of the TTC’s rapid transit network since the 1960s. The Crosstown LRT will consist of 25 stops stretching across 19 kilometres of Eglinton Avenue, 10 of which will be … Read More
Toronto health officials have confirmed the presence of norovirus at Humber College after over 200 students reported falling ill with flu-like symptoms.
“We have received laboratory results confirming norovirus in the specimens collected from two ill students at Humber College… Read More
One of the more curious visual illusions you can experience goes like this. Stand at the top of a hill covered in snow. You are wearing warm, well-designed clothes and superb boots. See how the gentle slope ambles slowly down … Read More
My skin has been acting really weird lately. Dry skin and red puffiness under my eyes, and stubborn combination skin patches. It must be the change of the seasons.
To find out all the top tips on how you can … Read More
This holiday season, my kids and I spent some time with my parents in Arizona, along with one of my brothers, his wife and their baby. We had a great time, and it was amazing to see my youngest brother … Read More
Few memories from childhood conjure up warmer emotions than bedtime stories and your favourite foods. So we’ve paired them up to help you enjoy story time and snacks at the same time.
In 2016, as our children watched, bullying became legitimate. What we accept without dissent, what we allow to be framed as normal, alters according to our level of desensitization. Over the past year or so we have become increasingly desensitized … Read More
As a parent of a child diagnosed with autism over a decade ago, I have watched the provincial and federal policy debates about autism with great interest — and even greater disappointment.
Although I used to believe that one of … Read More
By The Canadian Press
TORONTO — McDonald’s Canada has started serving its first food containing peanuts or tree nuts not in an individual, sealed package, a move critics say reverses its long-standing position as a safe place for people with … Read More
by Breeze | November 25, 2016
The winter season has arrived! Redesign your living room with our living room decorating ideas and create the perfect ambience for this season. We have a collection of sophisticated living room ideas that will … Read More
Pryma Headphones by Sonus-Faber
Sonus Faber recently released their first headphones, called Pryma (“Pree Mah”). Designed by the same team responsible for the Sonus Faber speakers, Pryma headphones are entirely hand made in Italy at Sonus Faber’s facilities.
Design and … Read More
Unlike standard medical doctors whom you visit when you have a symptom to be treated, chiropractors offer adjustments to improve spinal alignment and overall well-being before symptoms develop. As successful as chiropractic has become, there are a lot of … Read More
But critics argue money raised by school community has big impact on quality of education.
School fundraising has sparked much controversy for creating have and have-not schools in Toronto, but has little impact on how students perform academically, says a… Read More
The good news is that B.C.’s prolonged deep freeze is about to end, replaced by more typical wet West Coast weather.
The bad news is that a long stretch of heavy rain is expected to hit the province’s South … Read More
The best thing I did this summer was to cancel a trip I’d planned to Lake Placid – the planning, the hours of travel, the cost of the hotel – I’d rather spend time in my backyard! I’ll spend my … Read More
You see them during the nicer months scurrying around and sometimes creating problems that take some time and energy to deal with, but have you considered what happens to pests during the cold winter months? Some pests are active in… Read More
We spend a lot of time in our vehicles – whether we’re commuting to work or school, travelling, or driving for pleasure, it’s important to know that you’ve got the right wheels for your use and weather conditions. It’s best … Read More
If you’re lucky enough to be born in November you’ve got two great gemstones to call your own; Citrine and Topaz. Citrine is the transparent, pale yellow to deep orange-brown version of quartz. It is rare in nature and before … Read More
Do you know what signs indicate that your brakes need to be changed? Regular all over vehicle maintenance will eliminate costly repairs and grief down the line. Your brakes should be an integral part of that maintenance. Many vehicles now … Read More
Tens of thousands of teenagers are being neglected in some way by parents who do not check up on them or offer enough support, a charity says.
The Children’s Society says as many as three pupils in every GCSE classroom … Read More
‘Love, and a cough, cannot be hid,” the English metaphysical poet George Herbert wrote 400 years ago. It can be hard on parents to live with a child who keeps coughing – sometimes maybe harder on the parents than on … Read More
Whether you think of him as Captain von Trapp, John Barrymore, Archbishop Vittorio or even the Shakespeare-spouting Klingon general Chang, there’s no doubt Christopher Plummer’s career has been jam-packed with memorable performances.
The iconic Canadian actor will be recognized for … Read More
In a year crowded with bad news, there was disappointment for Alzheimer’s sufferers: In November, Eli Lily announced the results of a heavily anticipated new drug designed to delay the
CALGARY—A plan to quadruple its Canadian presence to 40 stores has hit a snag for Whole Foods Market, which confirms it will not proceed with planned store openings in Calgary and Edmonton.
The gigantic American natural and organic foods supermarket… Read More