From a young age, she remembers loving art because of the Howdy Doody show, an early children’s program on NBC Television. She would follow along with her own drawing tools as they produced art on-screen.
“They represent probably the largest patient campaign that OneMatch has had,” said John Bromley of the OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network. “Her legacy with OneMatch will go as a person whose generosity was up and beyond the actual need for the one person herself. Cathy’s family was always the first one to say that we want to do it on behalf of the other over 900 patients waiting for a transplant.”
TEGH has a network of 250 security cameras, according to Clint Hodges, the manager of protection services. He said the cameras supplement a team of four security guards who rotate to ensure the facility is monitored at all times.
Models and fashion designers are usually seen on runways in New York and Paris, but on Feb. 29, Centennial College offered a taste of that glitz and glamour, with a First Nations’ twist. J’net Cavanagh, an Indigenous Studies Curriculum Developer and Manager at the Centre for Creative Communications organized the show and contributed some of […]
Joanna Murray-Smith, one of Australia’s leading playwrights, offers her best in this 2002 play, recreating the intricacies and moral quandaries of middle-class life. Director Heather Roberts, with 25 years’ experience both backstage and on stage, handles the nuances of the play with precision and deftness.
Marriage isn’t always easy, but Bibash and Kabita have learned to make it work. The main ingredients, according to Kabita? Adjustments, understanding and sacrifice.
Government monitors were only interested in whether farmers were satisfied with the children’s behaviour — while many children suffered isolation and abuse. The program was finally ended after a number of suicides.
“What East York offers is more land,” said realtor Linda Ing-Gilbert. “There are lots of World War II bungalows with a lot of space. That can be hard to find.”
After waiting until almost the last legal moment to announce the date for the byelection to replace Layton, the prime minister’s office said on Feb. 5 that the vote would take place on March 12. The following day — citing an “administrative error” — that was revised to March 19.
The head of a Toronto adult mental health crisis centre says most of its clients are adults approaching middle age.