Health officials are preparing to fight the expected spread of flu and COVID-19 viruses over the coming winter.
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A nonprofit group is opening up three free yoga classes weekly for Black, Indigenous and radicalized women as well as non-binary people.
Keith Vander Wees is an author, musician and podcaster who uses his life story to spread awareness about schizophrenia.
With the 2023 byelection for Mayor quickly approaching, amidst one of the largest mental health crises our city has ever faced, the topic of funding has quickly escalated and the people of Toronto want to know which candidates they can rely on to help the people in need.
Golden Christie became just one of the 31,664 people who have received Medical Assistance in Death (MAID) in Canada earlier this year. The law has continuously expanded since it was introduced in 2016, bringing with it new ethical concerns at every step.
The East York Hall of Fame is inducting five people from the community in their second-ever ceremony on June 1.
Warning: This story contains graphic details about suicide and suicidal ideation.
Angel Fonesca, an emerging photographer, creates art that reflects what he is going through to inspire others.
A specialized training session at Yoga Sanctuary Academy is designed for daycare workers, yoga instructors and elementary and high-school teachers.
Expanding pharmacists’ abilities can fix some problems with the health-care system — but new problems may emerge.