06 Apr 2018

Stairway to Graduation – Sheridan’s New Campus

Sheridan’s new campus in Mississauga, Ont., presents cutting-edge design-builds to inspire students and redefine traditional education architecture. Colleges require a campus that inspires students, one that motivates them and encourages them to pursue and achieve their dreams. Architecture is proven...
By Brandon Harripersaud
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06 Apr 2018

City Notebook – What’s New This Season

The season’s hot newsworthy events, couture, restaurants and designs that must be experienced. Yorkdale Prom This is the time of year to get prom and party ready. In its fifth iteration, CONCEPT at Yorkdale will inspire shoppers getting ready for...
By Angela Rotundo
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14 Feb 2018

To Vaughan and Beyond – Vaughan Metropolitan

Originally planned as an extension into York University, after 10 years, the new TTC subway expansion to Vaughan is finally here. Some may be asking, “Why Vaughan?” But those who live in the area certainly understand why. With an already...
By Brandon Harripersaud
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14 Feb 2018

More Money, More Problems

While the new minimum wage’s effect on the economy remains to be seen, the lacklustre response of some Tim Hortons franchisees is a model for how not to respond. As of January 1, 2018, the minimum wage in Ontario has...
By Brandon Harripersaud
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14 Feb 2018

The Recipe for Change

The ninth annual Recipe for Change event by FoodShare is an all-you-can-eat bonanza that supports chefs around the GTA and provides valuable funds to promote food literacy. Picture yourself entering a warm building out of the cold February weather. You...
By Brandon Harripersaud
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12 Oct 2017

Stockyards Gallery Hosts Opening Reception for Latest Exhibition

Canadian artists Clarence A. Porter and Lee Munn are celebrated at local Toronto Gallery. There’s nothing we love more than an art show that attracts art collectors, novices and the local community at large. On Sept. 22, the Stockyards Gallery...
By Rebecca Alberico
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08 Jul 2017

National Cellphone Courtesy Month

In the network-connected age we live in, the phrase “please, put your phone away” may very well be the hardest thing to hear — never mind to accept and follow. With the advent and prevalence of social media, as well...
By Daniel Calabretta
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22 Apr 2016

Tok Transit drives home another $40,000 for Special Olympics Ontario

The team of transportation moguls at Toronto-based Tok Transit is passionate about more than just getting their clients from point A to point B. As longtime supporters of Special Olympics Ontario (SOO), Tok Transit contributed another $40,000 to the cause...
By Amanda Storey
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10 Sep 2015

A Toast to TIFF

Toronto cocktail restaurant East Thirty-Six raises a glass to the city’s favourite film festival with movie-themed drinks. As the curtain rises on the world-renowned Toronto International Film Festival, classic cocktail hotspot East Thirty-Six is rolling out the red carpet with...
By Michael Hill
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