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06 Apr 2017

Delivering a Decade of Indulgence – Mandara Spa Vaughan

Proudly celebrating 10 years of excellence in the health and beauty industry. As you settle into the ultra-Zen reception lounge at Mandara Spa, you will instantly notice your breath harmonize with the tranquil rhythm of a trickling water wall as...
By City Life Staff
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All Time
06 Apr 2017

“Canadians need to hear our voices” – Alan Greyeyes

What’s in a name? If you were to ask Alan Greyeyes he would say plenty. As a Juno Awards advisory chair, he pushed to have the Aboriginal Album of the Year award renamed the Indigenous Music Album of the Year....
By Deirdre Kelly
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06 Feb 2017

Welcome to Che’s Place

City Life uncovers how a community came together to honour late teen. On February 5, 2017, Che’s Place, a community youth hub, opened its doors for the first time in the quaint town of Bolton, Ontario. Che’s Place is a...
By Alessandra Micieli
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Advertorial
30 Nov 2016

The Gift of Music from the Kollari Institute of Music

Vaughan’s newest music school is already getting national attention with its state-of-the-art facility and top-class education. There is no gift greater than music — and this year, the freshly unveiled Kollari Institute of Music celebrates that truth in more ways...
By City Life Staff
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All Time
01 Dec 2015

The Year of Toronto – Sports & Entertainment

A number of Toronto sports teams and musical artists hit it out of the park in 2015 in what was arguably the city’s best year in a long, long time. But how good was it? City Life breaks it down....
By Michael Hill
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All Time
02 Dec 2014

George Stroumboulopoulos – The Good Wolf

George Stroumboulopoulos opens up about his new role on Hockey Night in Canada, his love of music and finding positivity in darkness A little over a decade ago, while working at MuchMusic, George Stroumboulopoulos was asked by the higher-ups to...
By Michael Hill
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03 Feb 2014

For the Love of Carmen

When you’re about to interview the likes of Romanian-Canadian songstress Carmen Corcoz, there’s some hefty preparation required. Because let’s be honest, there are usually two ways that a sit-down chat like this could go: the individual in question could either...
By Amanda Storey
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03 Dec 2013

Matt Dusk – The Swing Kid

I’m standing in the middle of what many women might call their “happy place”: a freshly unveiled, 30-foot Swarovski Christmas tree twinkles at my side in the shiny midst of Yorkdale Shopping Centre, and Matt Dusk, one of the most...
By Amanda Storey
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03 Oct 2013

Amy Clements-Cortes – Soothing Sounds

I met Jack when I started my internship in palliative and long-term care. I got to know Jack, a very charming gentleman who was always complimenting the ladies, over 15 years working as a music therapist. Music therapists work with...
By Amy Clements-Cortes
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