Toronto’s burlesque movement embraces body positivity and has provides a platform for politics, as well as internal healing, for many performers.
Leaside resident Deanne Puder’s eyes teared up as she addressed the close to 400 people gathered at Wilket Creek Park on Sept. 23 for Toronto’s ninth annual Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk.
It was Puder’s first time organizing the walk in honour of her father, Ingo Puder, who died of bladder cancer in October of 2017.
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.