“Sometimes making medical procedures into more of a game or making it more fun for kids can increase their adherence or their ability to tolerate certain procedures,” said infectious diseases physician Jeff Powis.
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WoodGreen Community Services will launch a new program to prepare students to find work in the technology sector. The four-month digital tech and computer course, which trains students in job preparation and new technologies, is set to begin in mid- to late-October.
“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.
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…
Protesters gathered at Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday to protest the Liberal government’s recent electoral reform decision.
A group of Torontonians are organizing a demonstration against the federal Liberals’ decision to drop their electoral reform promise.
An unexpected army of shoppers stood in the rain waiting for Thorncliffe Park’s new Salvation Army to open its doors.
The Mirvish Village, near Bloor and Bathurst, is preparing for a number of closures. The Victory Cafe will be one of them.
The public may be unaware of just how often attacks on TTC operators occur since many reports are not released.