14 Jan 2021

Stay At Home Order 2.0

On January 12, 2021, Doug Ford, the premier of Ontario, added stricter rules to a province that’s already on lockdown — some pundits say lockdown light — that recently had a one-day high of 4,300 positive COVID-19 tests. According to...
By Myles Shane
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20 May 2020

Back to School?

In the midst of what seems to be a never-ending pandemic, the demographic that may be hardest hit is the COVID-19 generation. These “warriors” from grades 1–12 are growing up during the world’s darkest disaster humanity has seen in more...
By Myles Shane
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12 May 2020

The Historic Cancellation Of ‘the Ex’ Due To Covid-19

For 142 years, it has been our end-of summer-tradition — an 18-day celebratory transition from the lazy and hazy days of summer’s freedom to the more structured routines of the fall. But not in 2020: “The Ex” has been cancelled...
By City Life Staff
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17 Apr 2020

It is never the victim’s fault

There are many devastating facts and effects that we are being slammed with around the COVID-19 pandemic. Statistics, images and heartbreaking stories abound of parents and grandparents in homes and institutions whom none of us are able to visit. There...
By Cece M. Scott
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09 Mar 2020

Murda (ing) D Beatz

The odds were stacked against Murda Beatz; realistically, there was every reason for him not to make it. Feeling like a misfit who was on the outside looking in, Murda grew up in small-town Ontario, a long way from the...
By Cece M. Scott
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09 Mar 2020

Jason & Debbie: The Yoga Tree Offers a New Perspective

Jason and Debbie are the co-owners of Yoga Tree, a non-traditional yoga studio that has five locations across the GTA. Jason owned an Internet marketing company, and Debbie was a buyer at Canadian Tire. They were both leading comfortable lives,...
By Myles Shane
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09 Mar 2020

The ABCs Of Negotiation

The ABCs of education are being parsed in a whole new way as the conflict between Ontario’s educators and the government’s Ministry of Education escalate. In this new curriculum of negotiations, the A stands for (rotating strikes) action; the B...
By Cece M. Scott
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18 Apr 2019

City of Richmond Hill

One of Ontario’s long-standing municipalities has announced a change. Richmond Hill will no longer be known as the Town of Richmond Hill — it has changed its name to the City of Richmond Hill. “People favouring ‘Town’ tend to think...
By City Life Staff
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09 Aug 2018

CIRKA Distilleries Serving Its Finest Artisanal Liquors

Leaving the high-tech world behind, Paul Cirka moved to Montreal, where he founded his craft spirit distillery, CIRKA. Producing vodka, gin and whisky, its locally sourced ingredients ensure a top-quality spirit that you won’t want to miss. Interviewed By Victoria...
By Shaun Melady
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