Shady El Nahas has learned perhaps the most important part of his sport – the mental preparation. “Be confident in preparation but, humble in victory,” Shady El Nahas said. “After a victory you can enjoy it for 30 seconds; then it’s back to work.” Nahas, 16, has his sights set in his chosen competition – […]
“At Centennial, we have about seven different policies and procedures that cover off a range of things, from sexual harassment to actual sexual assault,” President Ann Buller said. “We’ve been using them for many, many years.”
In one of the more interesting Toronto school board races this election, many were surprised to see the local New Democratic establishment’s support shift from Dandy to Story in the heavily NDP-influenced ward.
More cases of wandering Alzheimer’s patients are appearing in the news. And experts are predicting the number of people in Ontario with Alzheimer’s to rise dramatically soon. Now a police department in the GTA is offering a new program to keep these at risk people safer. Observer TV News’ Jennifer Lee reports.
The federal government announced on Wednesday, Oct. 1 that it is in the “early stages” of developing a national strategy for dementia. But with no definitive money pledged, no allocation of funds, and no timeline provided, the announcement by the federal Minister of Health, Rona Ambrose, is too little, too late for the Basdeo family of Vaughan, Ontario.
At 12 years old, James Chillcott decided he was too much of a man to play with toys. “I was much more focused on extreme sports, travel and girls,” he says. Chillcott lined up every action figure he had on a fence and smashed them to pieces.
Welcome to the newest member of the Metro Toronto Zoo. A Western Lowland gorilla family has a new baby but it needs a name. To celebrate the birth, the Zoo has deemed this month as “Ape-ril” and is holding a naming contest. To help name the female gorilla, submit your suggestion to the Toronto Zoo and help raise […]
With the 2014 Toronto municipal elections in the near future, local song writer Marc Coward did the mayor the courtesy of writing him a campaign song.