The Rio Paralympics are coming to a close. So the authors talked to Brazilians to find out what they thought of the Games and their impact.
Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre recently hosted Up All Night: a 12-hour event for mental health in the workplace that lasted well into the morning. The aim was to create conversations about the mental health of millennials as they transition into the workforce.
4/20—for April 20 is the international cannabis culture holiday and Torontonians will be marching to Yonge-Dundas square to rally for the legalization of recreational marijuana use.
Considering a suger-free diet? The Toronto Observer looks at the popularity of sugar-free diets and the health benefits of ditching those sweet-tooth cravings.
For Torontonians, this winter has been on the mild side. With temperatures nearing 10 degrees celsius, the city’s outdoor skating rinks are taking a hit.
Zissis Katsoulis is a diehard soccer fan. He had no choice. “When I was at home … I could hear when they scored,” he said. Back in Greece, Katsoulis grew up near the Panathinaikos stadium. “When we would go to the games, you could feel it.” Now living in Canada, Katsoulis follows his favourite time in the Panathinaikos fan club location at Pape and Floyd, in East York. “This … is the heart of Panathinaikos in Toronto,” he said, “17 years we’ve been in this place.”
Toronto Police Class 1503 had its highest percentage of female graduates on Thursday. The graduating class is 48 per cent women, with more than a third being a visible minority. It’s 18 per cent up from last year, an achievement the force is apparently proud of. “It’s nice to see such a diverse graduating class,” said police services board […]