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 Farm: Brent Preston, Storyteller, And Farmer of a New Kind of Farm

Forget factory farms and chasing bigger and bigger yields year after year. The New Farm is all about values and stewardship and keeping your eyes on the prize. It does well by doing good. Brent Preston doesn’t have the luxury...
By Donna Paris
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07 Jun 2017

Modern Mamas – Cat & Nat

Catherine Belknap and Natalie Telfer are best friends and the hilarious duo behind social media sensation Cat & Nat. Two comedic moms, seven kids and a daily dose of the true reality of raising a family amid the chaos of...
By Rebecca Alberico
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11 Jan 2017

Star-Studded Lineup for Interior Design Show 2017

Starting January 19, tens of thousands of design gurus and wide-eyed novices will flood the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for the 19th annual Interior Design Show. The event is Canada’s gold standard for showcasing exciting new products and furniture, design...
By Rebecca Alberico
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05 Aug 2015

Repairing Rainbows

Local author talks love, loss and making the choice to be happy. When the late John Lennon was five his schoolteachers asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up. Rather than “famous” or “frontman of one of...
By Simona Panetta-Kerr
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02 Dec 2014

Sophie Kinsella – Confessions of Author

An inside look into the working mind of plucky Sophie Kinsella The British charm of Sophie Kinsella is as bright as the hot pink sheath she wears as we sit across from each other in the bar area of the...
By Simona Panetta-Kerr
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02 Dec 2014

Trapped in the Arctic’s Killing Ice

How a perilous journey through the Northwest Passage brought reconciliation to a father and his children For the better part of the 18 hours I’d spent at the helm, we’d only made about five kilometres total. Ship-killing ice was moving...
By George Thomas
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07 Feb 2014

Margaret Atwood – A Life Shaped By Words

Margaret Atwood doesn’t like being put on a pedestal, but that’s where she seems to always find herself. Seated in the consul general’s office in the back of the Greek consulate in Toronto, away from the last remnants of a...
By Michael Hill
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25 Jan 2013

Amanda Lang: Passionately Curious

Amanda Lang found the key to unlock a happy life. How the “why” factor can push the rest of us to challenge our fears and overcome mediocrity Complacency and mediocrity are given a swift kick in the pants in the...
By Amanda Storey
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