05 Feb 2014

Viva La Diva Night: A Night at the Oscars

VIVA LA DIVA NIGHT: A NIGHT AT THE OSCARS Think shopping, raffle prizes, dancing and fireworks: so goes the annual Viva La Diva Night hosted by Eagles Nest Golf Club, all in support of the Yellow Brick House’s Capital Campaign....
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25 Sep 2013

Hand in Hand: Building and Helping Communities

Roads, houses and schools make up the physical infrastructure of our neighborhoods. But equally important is the social infrastructure that helps people connect to their community and their neighbors. This is something that the GTA’s building industry understands and supports....
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18 Jun 2013

OFFICIAL OPENING OF MAPLEGLEN RESIDENCES

The Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program has reached Vaughan. After contributing more than $5.8 million towards the construction of 84 affordable housing rental units for low-income seniors, Mapleglen Residences was officially opened on May 16, 2013. “The Government of Canada is...
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18 Jun 2013

LADIES’ MARTINI NIGHT

The Meta Foundation recently hosted Ladies’ Martini Night in honour of the Meta Centre, a non-profit organization devoted to supporting children and adults with disabilities in Toronto and York Region. Taking place at Brampton’s Embassy Grand Convention Centre, the event...
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28 Jan 2013

Weddiquette

Who to bring, what to wear, when to leave, how much to give and why it all matters. The evolution of wedding guest etiquette. THE PRESENT MOMENT While the rule of thumb used to be that you pay for your...
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28 Jan 2013

The 50 Business and life lessons 2012 taught me

Author and founder of Sharma Leadership International Inc. knows a thing or 50 on how to improve one’s self. A Robin Sharma shortlist on life-changing goals and plans for a fresh start to 2013. 1. Hard work is a force...
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28 Jan 2013

Condo Living: Moving on up!

Find your haven within developments that are reshaping the suburban scene. Capo Di Monte Debuting on the edge of a forested ravine, Capo Di Monte will offer the perfect balance between classic and scenic. On the corner of Major Mackenzie...
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28 Jan 2013

A Renaissance Begins

At a signing ceremony on Dec. 19, 2012, the Toronto Catholic District School Board and Villa Charities Inc. announced a joint development project that will function as a hub for Toronto’s burgeoning performing and fine arts community. Serving the educational,...
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28 Jan 2013

Angel Hair For Kids

Five-year-old Giada Zingone made the decision to change a child’s life. Following in her older sister Noemi’s footsteps, Giada cut her hair and donated it to Angel Hair for Kids, a division of A Child’s Voice Foundation. Angel Hair for...
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