Short flashes of light enter the corner of your eyes. Then, large crowds of people are in your bedroom. But you can’t touch anything. There are no lights and the people are not real.
The workshop is a compressed version of the annual seminar in Toronto called “Maker Festival,” a two-day event that features more than 100 local tech groups and makers showcasing their work.
A children’s store is probably not the first place you’d associate with menstrual products. But that’s where you’ll find a drop-off point for donations to The Period Purse, a grassroots organization dedicated to delivering menstrual products and toiletries in fashionable purses to menstruators across Canada.
Terri Favro, who describes herself as a “digital immigrant”, is a Canadian author who enjoys writing about robots. “The word immigrant means we are newcomers to technologies, struggling to adapt to the alien world,” Favro explains.
East York-based singer–songwriter Mike Ford wants your kids to get to know, love and write songs about some of the former borough’s more bucolic retreats.