NEWS

John Wanless wants your snack pouches, tetra paks

John Wanless wants your snack pouches, tetra paks

John Wanless Junior Public School has revisited an old ally, recycling company TerraCycle, in its pursuit of being eco-friendly.

Communities come together to oppose Lawrence Park proposal

Three community organizations are combining forces to oppose a planned…

Shermans died in double homicide, police conclude

There is sufficient evidence to describe the deaths of the…

Second local Probus club launched with huge crowd

Retired professional businesspeople in Toronto want to stay socially engaged,…

SPORTS

UTS athlete of the year wins gold at Canada Games

UTS athlete of the year wins gold at Canada Games

Eighteen-year-old University of Toronto Schools alumna Clara Gravely won gold in sailing at the Canadian Games in Gimli, Man. on Aug. 3.

North Toronto senior wins gold with provincial team

North Toronto CI student Kembo Kibato injured himself during the…

North Toronto camp expands into Etobicoke, Hamilton

A lot has happened in two years for the True…

Havergal senior passes cross country, track torch

Martha MacDonald didn’t know whether she was going to be…

BUSINESS

Second Nature rides growing acceptance of used clothing

Second Nature rides growing acceptance of used clothing

For 43 years, consignment shop Second Nature Boutique has been providing women mid to high-end brand names.

Snakes and Lattes designates midtown location as flagship

Coffeehouse chain, Snakes and Lattes, has set up shop in…

Midtown couple launch handbag line in Yorkville

Right after Piper and Skye’s soft launch in New York…

Former banker sets up travel agency in Davisville

Helen Robertson left her 27-year career at the Royal Bank…

ARTS

Young Bedford Park artist wins BMO award

Young Bedford Park artist wins BMO award

For Bedford Park resident Jessica Peterson, winning a regional award in the 15th annual BMO 1st Art! Competition was a big step…

Zoe Sky Jordan wedded to her music, her love

Zoe Sky Jordan loves her new home in Nashville, but…

Gossip Girl shenanigans invade midtown high schools

Like a page ripped out of the Gossip Girl novel…

Games shop brings role playing to Yonge and Eg

New hobby shop Three Kingdoms has taken up residence in…

LIFE

To snack or not to snack is the question

To snack or not to snack is the question

Rebecca Mercer, a dietetic intern in the Odette Cancer Centre’s Patient and Family Support Services, answered my burning questions about snacking.

Loneliness is a health issue—especially at this time of year

Studies show people suffering from loneliness are at higher risk…

Helendale a small gem in a big neighbourhood

Walk just a couple of streets north of Eglinton Avenue…

Despite controversies, Keewatin known as a safe, neighbourly place to live

Keewatin Avenue, in the heart of the Yonge-Eglinton neighbourhood, is…