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08 Oct 2015

Frank Di Roma – Vision For Today and Tomorrow

How local architect Frank Di Roma of Ware Malcomb is shaping commercial, corporate and industrial development in Vaughan and beyond. Frank Di Roma knows that long-term vision is the modern architect’s greatest tool. Of course, buildings need to be functional...
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08 Jun 2015

20th Annual Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada Gala – Toronto

The Fairmont Royal York Hotel felt like Gatsby’s mansion on April 18, 2015, as the 20th annual Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada Gala — themed “Roaring ’20s” — took over its premises. Over 700 guests donned their best ’20s attire and...
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10 Oct 2014

Snowpocalypse II: The Rise of the Rex

The Old Farmer’s Almanac has released its predictions for this coming winter, and if you thought last year was bad, think again. According to the Almanac — a reference book that’s printed practical information, such as tide tables and weather...
By Michael Hill
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10 Oct 2014

TIFF 2014

Toronto was once again transformed into a mini Sunset Boulevard as TIFF returned to the city from September 4 — 14th, bringing its camera flashes, screaming fans and the hottest Hollywood celebrities. As red carpets, VIP screenings and star-studded after-parties...
By Amanda Storey
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06 Aug 2014

Get Your Glamp On

Camping doesn’t have to be synonymous with uncomfortable. Lifestyle expert Shoana Jensen shares her tips for “glamping” — camping with glamour! City Life: What is “glamping,” exactly? Shoana Jensen: A lot of people love camping, but as things have gotten...
By Amanda Storey
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06 Aug 2014

Goodness on Wheels

A farmers’ market-inspired food cart has landed on the city streets of British Columbia, introducing a new way of bringing farm-fresh and local goods to urbanites It’s lunchtime as you stroll out the office doors with the same old strategy...
By Amanda Storey
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06 Aug 2014

Dance Like Everyone is Watching

Forget dancing like no one’s watching — a unique community dance project in downtown Toronto has families dancing with (and for) their neighbours Have you ever looked around your neighbourhood and wondered what life looks like on the inside of...
By Amanda Storey
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13 Dec 2013

Blackberry Build a Village Award Program

BLACKBERRY BUILD A VILLAGE AWARD PROGRAM BlackBerry and Free the Children are teaming up again to inspire youth to make a difference in the world. This unique volunteer experience is now available to students across Canada. The program has been...
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28 Jan 2013

The Privilege of Choice

In 2007, my perception of our world was altered in a meaningful way. I was 24, and I had just applied to graduate school before getting on a plane to spend time in Africa where I had contributed to building...
By Rumeet Billan
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