Riverdale Share’s 26th holiday bash continues to win the hearts in the east-end community and help support those in crisis.
Articles by Louise Allyn Palma
“Crazy Rich Asians” was a groundbreaking film for the Asian community. But did it really represent all Asians?
Riverdale Share Community Association gives a sneak peek to the East York community for its annual Riverdale Share Concert on Dec. 2. Children were ecstatic to meet the special guest of the day, Santa Claus.
Toronto’s burlesque movement embraces body positivity and has provides a platform for politics, as well as internal healing, for many performers.
As Syria continues to crumble, Syrian refugees in Canada have been quietly settling into their new lives. And although the initial wave of Syrians being processed through Canada’s airports is over, many more are scheduled to arrive in 2018. The Toronto Observer checked in with some of the recent Syrian newcomers to see how they are adjusting to their new lives — and also spoke with some refugees who are still waiting to come to Canada.
The Nooks is a retail accelerator that gives small businesses the chance to physically meet their buyers, and give a first-hand account of the story behind their products, which is rare in the digital age.
Canadian journalist, author and historian Ted Barris visited Leaside Library on Feb. 13 to present colourful and exciting commentary about the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
The world still hates Logan Paul, but it doesn’t seem like he’s going anywhere. At least YouTube finally demonetized his videos –temporarily.
By spending a night in the cold, Tanya Wiles-Bell hopes to bridge a generational gap in her church community while raising awareness about homelessness.