Yoora Kim remembers taking her mother to the hospital after she fainted twice. Kim soon realized the cause was not sickness — it was the stress of caring for, and hiding, her father’s mental illness….
Articles by Alexa Battler
Students at Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre in East York have returned to class after the longest college strike in provincial history.
The five-week faculty strike left thousands of Ontario students without access to appropriate mental health care.
“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” added another “R” at the Withrow Park Farmers Market: Repair.
A non-profit organization, Toronto Clothing Repairathon, made its third visit to the farmers market on Sept. 30.
Writer John Chipman first knew he had to write about the case of disgraced pathologist Charles Smith 10 years ago.
He had been listening to a radio report about one of the 17 people that Smith’s incompetent and intentionally misleading autopsies had helped wrongfully convict during his decade as chief pathologist at the Ontario Pediatric Forensic Pathology Unit.
In the last three years, St. Luke’s United Church on Sherbourne and Carlton streets has spent around $1,000 annually to remove graffiti. The church even needed to buy an $800 power-washer. St. Luke’s would remove graffiti once every…
St. Cuthbert’s Church has put a new spin on Earth Day.
The church held its first-ever environment fair, dubbed Creation Care 2017, last Saturday as part of its ongoing efforts to champion environmental issues.
Parents overflowed a meeting Wednesday to discuss suing the government of Ontario — the next step in a fight for a French high school.
Small, battery-powered candles were a symbol at Shine a Light On Mental Health, the kickoff event for Girl Guides of Canada’s (GGC) new national program, Mighty Minds.
Many at the Women’s March on Washington wear be wearing knitted, bright pink “pussy hats” as a protest against Donald Trump’s inauguration.