TDSB trustee Cathy Dandy said that although the all-day kindergarten program is a “real win” for some parents, others might find it disruptive.
“I think watercolour is an incredible, beautiful medium,” said Alejandro Rabazo. “Big oil paintings are powerful, but this is very elegant.”
Claire Prashaw, Layton’s former constituency assistant, says she’ll officially kick off her campaign to become the NDP candidate for MP in Toronto-Danforth at the Dora Keogh pub on Danforth Avenue tomorrow evening, Dec. 20.
“I think this is a very simple but vital alternative solution to a problem,” said TCDSB trustee Peter Jakovcic.
Parents live with their teenagers every day and they know that it’s a time for testing and challenging what is right,” said East York Catholic school trustee Angela Kennedy.
Richard Fiennes-Clinton knows audiences don’t need to come from a Scottish background to take interest in the historical impact of Scotsmen. Many people who took interest in his local lecture last week about the Scottish impact on Toronto don’t necessarily have Scottish roots, but have a passion for history. “There are the cultural aspects – […]
As the sun rises over Toronto each morning, Khetag Pliev wakes up and starts his run. The 6:30 a.m. wake up is just the beginning to a long day for one of Canada’s brightest amateur stars. Pliev was one of 500 Canadian athletes who competed in last month’s Pan American Games, where he won the […]
Margaret Haliburton is proud of the contribution of Canadian women during the Second World War. However, joining the navy, she admits, was not her idea. “My mother told me to,” she said.
Nearly 66 years after he was liberated at the end of the Second World War, Albert Wallace can still remember the night of the Great Escape. “I didn’t sleep that night, waiting to see what was going to happen,” he said.
“Antifreeze poisoning is a big problem with animals that roam free. The antifreeze has a sweet smell that attracts animals, especially cats and wildlife. Be sure to keep any poisons tightly capped and locked away in the garage,” said Marilyn Murray of For the Love of Animals on Pape Avenue. “Every winter, many cats are injured or killed in car motor fans. They are attracted to the warmth of the motor. Before starting your car, bang on the hood or honk the horn to scare out a hidden cat.”