At the age when most teenagers rebelled and stopped going to church, Cheryl-Lynn MacPherson was just beginning to attend. She got involved in the choir, because the music and singing really helped connect her to her faith.
An average of 20 would-be drivers visit the Port Union DriveTest branch every day, despite it being seven weeks since DriveTest employees walked off their jobs.
The University of Toronto Blues will try to equal the number of wins they had a year ago when they take on McMaster University Thursday night in Hamilton.
More than a third of a million dollars has been found by Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker in a dormant Scarborough bank account.
There’s a new doctor in town and he wants to bring to our attention a serious problem that affects many of us in Scarborough.
Stopping the New Orleans Saints’ offence this season has been about as simple as going over Niagara Falls in a barrel.
It was the last time they would see the floor at Centennial’s DEL Gym.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and many people will show their affection by giving flowers to their loved ones. But the experts say there’s a risk you could be sending the wrong message merely by choosing the wrong kind of bouquet. Lauren Hummel reports. [audio:http://www.centennialondemand.com/radio/wp-content/uploads/mp3/2009/04-lauren-hummel.mp3]
The credit crunch has forced one of Toronto’s affordable housing providers to prepare for the possibility of being denied credit that is vital to housing upkeep and construction.
Alexandra Kazia’s report for Observer Radio News. The Chair of Metrolinx and the president of Transport 2000 say that current plans to turn Toronto into a ‘transit city’ could be derailed by a lack of federal infrastructure money. Metrolinx’s “Big Move” is the largest infrastructure initiative in the country, proposing plans that amount to approximately […]