Tm Mahdi has started a lot of unique businesses in his time as an entrepreneur.
And his latest endeavor, Karma!, is no different.
According to Mahdi, Karma! is way for consumers to learn more about the stores and small businesses they walk by.
A business development course will run this fall at the Danforth/Coxwell branch of the Toronto District Library. Workshopsnclude market research and financial management.
Lindsey Taylor isn’t quite sure what business she wants to start. But she does know that she wants to get something going.
“Side hustles are pretty popular with the millennial generation so I wanted to learn more and potentially see how I could something in my spare time,” she said.
She was at the Danforth/Coxwell branch of the Toronto Public Library on the quiet evening of Sept. 26 in a meeting room bustling full of people of all ages and backgrounds.
Some of the residents in one of Toronto’s oldest community housing complexes have waited as long as seven years for the City of Toronto to make property standards repairs. Data released by the city’s Municipal Licensing and Standards department shows over 100 tenant complaints have been made to the city about Vendome Place, with some dating back to 2010.
Toronto have arrested Jennifer Dwarka and Robin Kemerer for allegedly running a marijuana dispensary out of their home.