“(For) people who don’t believe in these natural remedies or alternative medicines, it is good idea to see and experience it,” participant Yuri Ito said.
The hunt for summer jobs is soon to begin. Once school is out, hundreds of students will be giving out resumes, applying online, and exploring every possible resource to find a job. To secure summer employment, job hopefuls should consult local Scarborough employment agencies.
Many graduating music students are left with no place to play after finishing school, but Christopher Ng decided to fix that. Two years ago Ng, a University of Toronto alumnus, began the UTSC Alumni and Community Concert Band. It started with 12 members and has since grown to 32.
Take a look at the following three summer employment programs offered for students. They not only help find employment but provide assistance throughout the entire job process. With May being right around the corner, it is definitely a good idea to get a head start.
A recent study from the Canadian Medical Association Journal has shown that major fast food restaurants are too salty, including some of their healthy options like salads.It might be worthwhile for these restaurants to completely reduce salt from their foods than try and expand their menu to options that still don’t offer a healthier alternative.
Many musicians are left with no place to play coming out of graduation. Christopher Ng, a University of Toronto alumni, decided to fill that niche by initiating the UTSC Alumni and Community Concert Band. The band allows musicians, including himself, to continue their passion for music after graduation.
Travel, sand, sun — and sacrifice. For Olympic hopefuls Heather Bansley and Liz Maloney, the reality of striving for the top of the podium in women’s beach volleyball isn’t always as glamorous as people sometimes make it out to be, Bansley says.
For Dr. Fred Keeley, the future of improving his patients’ lives is almost here. “There will be a lot of equipment in the area of cancer and cancer biology,” he said, “essentially understanding the genetics of cancer.” Keeley is a senior scientist at The Hospital for Sick Children. He’s anxiously awaiting the grand opening of the adjoining new research and learning tower. It will include new high-end equipment that will advance research in terminal diseases.
On Jan. 4 of last year, 21-year-old Megan McLean started to feel cramps and sharp pains in her chest. Her heart rate would speed up and she would have no control over it. It would race until she started to feel dizzy, sick to her stomach, and at times even pass out.
Superhero Y Guy from the Scarborough YMCA was busy last weekend saving the community – from obesity. The YMCA hosted Megathon, a fundraiser dedicated to entice kids to be more active to help fight obesity and raise money for the cause.
There have been ongoing debates about revisions to the LRT (Light Rail Transit) transit plan instigated by Mayor Rob Ford; however, the most important matter is not being considered: public satisfaction.
February is often known as the month of love, but not for everyone. For some people, February is psychology month.
A mother with a newborn baby used to feel reluctant to leave her home with her child in fear of disturbing those around her. Anndra Schwartz had not gone out to a restaurant or café since the birth of her child: “You don’t realize how difficult it is to get around until you do it,” […]
A Scarborough parent fears her address may prevent her son from learning about proper health and wellness practices because only the Toronto District School Board will offer the program this September. In the fall, Rene Gordon Elementary School and Donview Middle School will deliver the Health and Wellness Program. Both schools are located in North York. According to the TDSB, the program shows students how to engage in activities that will lead to healthier, active living.