Christmas is less than three weeks away, and many stores across Toronto have already stocked their shelves with tempting, sugary goods.
Articles by Rashida Powankumar
I hated my summer job. I worked as a sales representative in Scarborough, Ont., in a retail store Cavallino’s receiving minimum wage.
The classic book series Where’s Waldo? now has competition — Toronto-style — as a fun-filled raccoon book hits the shelves.
Seniors are struggling to get the high-dose flu shot simply because many clinics and doctor offices in Ontario are completely out of supply.
Weed shops have been closing in the East York area since the federal government announced the legalization of weed.
It is the night before Halloween and Valeria Mazlova is teaching adults how to do the tango.
The sleuth of Baker Street, Toronto’s mystery book store, features two mystery writers at different stages of their careers.
Rachel Kimel and Deena DelZotto, co-founders of the Bowery Project, love working with plants. They started the non-profit organization because they were especially interested in growing food and educating the public about healthy eating.
You’re racing toward the bus, yet the driver speeds off. Don’t you hate it when that happens?
It happens at every exam time. He comes home with a pounding headache, plenty of anxiety and pressure on his shoulders.
Studying in the health and sciences program at the University of Toronto, is especially stressful. For Alex Singh, there is only one answer to his stress.
“I make my way into the kitchen, grab a shot glass and pour in some … vodka,” Singh said. “The shots temporarily take me away from my reality.”