Looking for ways to give back this holiday season? Here are some great ways to do it.
Articles by Stephanie Hinds
And the award for the world’s most streamed artist of the year goes to Toronto’s very own Drake.
A recent poll suggests some Canadians have changed their minds on pressing issues to do with refugees and terrorism.
For the Muslim community, exercising the right to vote in the 2015 federal election was especially an urgent matter.
Last week, a post-election poll by Mainstreet Research found 79 per cent of Muslim-Canadians voted in the 2015 federal election.
the Danforth is home to some of the best independent stores in Toronto. Here are 5 stores that will help you score all of your gifts, while saving you the hassle of big-box shopping.
With winter on the horizon, students are being reminded not to share their hats and jackets. But recently these suggestions are being delivered with some creepier news: Head lice is stronger and more resilient than ever.
When the Bier Markt restaurant chain introduced a new dress code for female servers requiring them to wear revealing, body-hugging polyester dresses, outrage quickly followed.
The Santa Claus parade is coming to town this Sunday, but you don’t need to leave the house to join in on the action. In fact, with these festive tips, you could have the best seat around.
With the one-year anniversary of John Tory being elected Toronto’s mayor upon us, inevitably, comparisons between him and former leader Rob Ford are being made.
Tory built his campaign on city unification, upgrading transit and housing and ending the “circus” at city hall, while Ford wanted to improve the TTC and bring more transparency to city council.
With such differing agendas, how do the two compare?
The Liberals painted the town red last Monday night in the 2015 federal election. Justin Trudeau is the new Prime Minister of Canada, leading the Liberal party to their first victory since 2004. “Canadians from all…