Progressive Conservative candidate Jon Kieran knows he has an uphill battle, trying to defeat Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne in her own riding of Don Valley West.
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.
With Toronto FC easing through the CONCACAF Champions League, it’s easy to forget how far the club, and MLS competition, has come in recent years.
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.
A local school introduced a new initiative in February to educate parents and caregivers on healthy strategies for responding to challenging emotions in children.
Roslyn Stephenson was asleep in the early hours of Friday when she heard a knock at her door. As she went to check who it was, she looked out her window and discovered her garage fire.
In a panic, Stephenson immediately called the fire department, while neighbours came to make sure that she got to safety. In her 10 years living on Coleridge Avenue, near Woodbine and Lumsden avenues, she said nothing like this has happened before.
Taylor Allen taught her younger brother Alex how to talk, walk and crawl. These may sounds like normal duties for an older sister, but if your brother has high-functioning autism like Alex, things can sometimes go a little differently.