The Riverdale Hub regularly hosts an Artisan market semi-monthly that helps to fund their initiatives for women that are newcomers to Canada
Articles by Sean Meral
Despite the cancellation of its Santa Claus Parade for the third year in a row, Community Centre 55 continues its holiday season activities.
After the recent municipal election, seven of Toronto’s 25 city councillors are BIPOC, including incumbent Michael Thompson and six newly elected councillors.
In Canada, young voters make up the biggest voting bloc, but their participation is the lowest. How do we get them engaged?
With basic cuts of chicken, beef and pork available at most supermarkets for a cheaper cost, consumers are veering away from their local butchers in favour of more affordable meat, one butcher says. Buying your…
It’s pothole season in Toronto, which means it’s also pothole-filling season. The first pothole-filling “blitz” on April 2 resulted in 6,500 potholes being filled, according to a spokesperson for the city. Approximately 120 staff were…
Monday is a new day for Toronto’s restaurant workers. With the mask mandate being tossed, working as a server may be viable once more.
The 11th annual Coldest Night of the Year event met its fundraising goals this month despite setbacks due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Snow plowing in East York is making the Danforth less accessible for many. A month after the snowstorm, foot traffic continues to dwindle
Unified We Grow is engaging seniors with a wellness and inclusion program to make the world a little more accessible.