The Toronto Observer spoke to two Ahmadis who say they migrated from Pakistan to Canada after facing great — and life-threatening — ordeals.
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Young adults move away from their hectic schedules and find themselves immersed in the joy of relaxing over the winter holidays.
Last year felt incomplete without a Remembrance Day ceremony to commemorate the brave Canadian military members, living and deceased, who have served their country. This year, Centennial College safely hosted a live, in-person ceremony, on…
COVID-19’s Reopening Ontario Act is underway as 83 per cent of the eligible population in Toronto are fully vaccinated, according to a recent news release by the City of Toronto. On Oct. 25 the city…
The market offers a range of fruits and vegetables freshly grown in Canadian farms, combined with additional donations.
Mississauga elected Liberal candidates again in this year’s federal election, though Conservative challengers gave them a run in ridings.
The city has announced it is buying two buildings, using a federal housing fund, to accommodate those in need.
A week before February, health concerns in the Canada Post Gateway facility began to rise. In early stages, there were about 121 employees.