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News | Jun 20, 2014

Farm folk picnic and concert June 25 at Fairmount Park

The organizers of the Fairmount Park Farm Market are inviting the community to a farm folk picnic and concert on Wednesday,...

Beach Mirror
News | Jun 10, 2014
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Brewpubs are cooking up something new

Instead of a glass of wine, grab a pint of beer! And where can you find such a pairing? With the rise in popularity of...

Beach Mirror | by Ali Raza
News | May 23, 2014
Daniel Taylor

Leslieville Farmers Market opens for the season

Daniel Taylor can’t wait for the grand opening of the Leslieville Farmers’ Market on Sunday, May 25. In early April,...

Beach Mirror | by Joanna Lavoie
News | May 23, 2014

Charities that provide breakfast or lunch to disadvantaged children can apply for Newman’s Own Foundation grant: deadline May 30

Toronto registered charities that provide breakfast or lunch programs to disadvantaged children can apply for a Newman’s Own...

Parkdale Villager
News | May 20, 2014
Preventing childhood obesity

RNAO releases recommendations for the prevention of childhood obesity

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario released the second edition of its recommendations for the prevention of...

City Centre Mirror | by Ali Raza
News | May 01, 2014

Spend $1.75 a day on food and drink and raise money to eliminate extreme poverty

Midtown Toronto organization Raising The Village (RTV) challenges you to spend a maximum of $1.75 per day on food and drink...

Parkdale Villager
Apr 04, 2014

Toronto council approves new rules for food trucks

New rules for food truck operators will mean more food trucks on some city streets, but Toronto council also approved a set...

City Centre Mirror | 1 Comment | by David Nickle
Mar 01, 2014


My mom remembers eating kale before it was a popular vegetable. 1 1/2 lb baby kale 1 lb peeled potatoes Milk,...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Lisa Day
Feb 27, 2014

Food trucks coming to Gerrard Street

Food trucks are coming to Gerrard Street East. Starting Saturday, March 1, Zero Gravity Circus and the Food Truck...

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Jan 30, 2014

Souper-Bowl Sunday offers French onion soup and upside down caramel cake

A ton of French onion soup is set to be cooked and served for a great cause Sunday, Feb. 2 during the Leslieville Farmers’...

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Jan 23, 2014

McGugan’s Scottish Pub offers people a chance to enjoy haggis while celebrating Robbie Burns

Pudding made of heart, liver, lungs, oatmeal, spices and stock encased in a sheep’s stomach is a hearty enough meal to send...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by REBECCA FIELD
Jan 21, 2014

Learn to eat healthier with East End Community Health Centre

Registration is open until Jan. 24 for a five-week course on ways to eat healthier. Craving Change will run from Feb. 25...

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Jan 07, 2014

Ontario Community Safety Minister Meilleur apologizes for Toronto ice storm grocery gift card shortages

A member of Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government apologized Tuesday, Jan. 7, to everyone in Toronto who had to stand in line...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Dec 25, 2013

Daily Bread Food Bank executive director urges donors to press politicians for good jobs, Ontario Housing Benefit

Hunger is driven by a dearth of affordable housing and the arguably inadequate creation of decent-paying jobs. Positive...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Dec 23, 2013

Helping you cook the perfect turkey dinner for Christmas

Gifs bought? Check. Tree up? Check. Turkey ready? Oh my goodness. How do you cook a turkey? First step – don’t panic....

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Lisa Day
Dec 12, 2013

Share a Christmas needs your help

Centre 55’s Share a Christmas needs your help. The annual event, which sees volunteers delivering Christmas meals and...

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