06 Oct 2017

#InOnly10Years — SickKids campaign for food allergy

New SickKids campaign vows to eliminate food allergies over the course of a decade, significantly improving the lives of hundreds of thousands of children living in constant fear of anaphylaxis. Interviews By Rebecca Alberico Is there any parent dropping off...
By Rick Muller
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06 Oct 2017

Reality Check — Roxy Earle

Roxy Earle is breaking down the barriers of traditional beauty and encouraging self-love and inclusivity through her viral movement, #MySizeRox. Interview By Sarah Kanbar If Roxy Earle had her way, clothing companies would do away with the term “plus size,”...
By Dave Gordon
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06 Oct 2017

Life-changing Medical Marvels — Medical advancement for an amputation

OrthoCarolina hand surgeons bringing new hope to amputee victims. Interviews By Rebecca Alberico In a transformational medical advancement for people who may have suffered an amputation, two Charlotte, N.C., OrthoCarolina hand surgeons are pioneering a procedure that offers patients unparalleled...
By Rick Muller
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06 Oct 2017

#CityFinds — Shopping Guide in Vaughan

Check out these local Instagram pages for all of your fashion and décor needs in Vaughan and beyond. 1. Explore local art with @Artbomb_daily, your guide to fresh new pieces from local talent www.instagram.com/artbomb_daily www.artbombdaily.com 2. Gear up for fall...
By Bianca Ricci
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06 Oct 2017

Having the Heart for Canadian Art — Ian Dejardin

Scottish-born Ian Dejardin has spent the last 12 years as the director of Dulwich Picture Gallery in the U.K., arguably the best arts and museum job in Europe. So why would he leave such a coveted post to become the...
By Michael Hill
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03 Aug 2017

For the Love of Farm – Local Ontario Farms

Think food. Think flavour, nutrients and amazing taste. Now think good food. In the short-sighted and never-ending quest for cheap fast food, we were well on our way to cheating ourselves — and future generations — out of nutrients, flavour...
By City Life Staff
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03 Aug 2017

The Digital Divide – Digital technology in education

Set foot in one of York Region’s new elementary schools and you may confuse the tech-drenched classrooms for the office space of a swanky startup on King Street. No chalkboards, no books, no paper — the York Catholic District School...
By Rebecca Alberico
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03 Aug 2017

The New Crew – Barbie Ken dolls

Mattel Canada Inc. releases the Barbie Fashionistas expansion, to include over a dozen unique, multicultural Ken dolls. Three cheers for diversity and inclusion! Canadian children rejoice as Barbie releases its most diverse Ken doll collection to date. The 15 new...
By Rebecca Alberico
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03 Aug 2017

Fit for the Fast Lane – Chris Lane

From North Carolina athlete to one of Nashville’s hottest country pop stars, Chris Lane hits the ground running, opening on Florida Georgia Line’s Smooth Tour alongside the Backstreet Boys and stirring up some magic of his own. Just days after...
By Rebecca Alberico
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