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News | Sep 01, 2016
Mosquito

The first human case of West Nile virus reported in Toronto

Toronto has its first human case of West Nile virus this year. In a release Thursday, Sept. 1, Toronto Public Health said...

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News | Aug 26, 2016
Ian Muggridge Ride for Karen

Rosedale cyclist Ian Muggridge participates in 200-kilometre Ride for Karen after losing wife to cancer

Having lost his wife to cancer, Rosedale area resident Ian Muggridge knows full well the devastating impact the disease can...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Jul 26, 2016
Open Streets Toronto

Danforth to join Yonge and Bloor streets for Open Street Toronto’s third year of car-free Sundays

Open Streets TO is gearing up for a third year of car-free days downtown, and the popular event promises to be bigger and...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
Food | Jul 22, 2016
Grab Some Good

Get healthy food options at mobile food market open every Friday in front of Toronto General Hospital

A new partnership between the University Health Network (UHN), Toronto Public Health and FoodShare aims to help bridge the...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
Health | Jul 19, 2016
Rick McGraw

Toronto resident Rick McGraw climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to help purchase laser surgery machine for SickKids

Given that he only got into hiking a few years ago, 72-year-old Rick McGraw’s upcoming adventure is a tall order – but one...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Jul 19, 2016
Spiral Garden

Kids with and without disabilities both enjoy Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital’s Spiral Garden summer program

Zach Rayment bangs his hands on the drum, keeping rhythm with the melodic chanting and guitar strumming. Moments later,...

City Centre Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
Jun 30, 2016

Sunnybrook welcomes youth visitors with 12 new Smilezones

Colourful animal and nature-themed murals hang on brightly painted walls, coupled with iPad stations and comfortable seating...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
Jun 21, 2016

Proposed safe injection site in Queen West Central gets positive feedback at meeting

If the public’s opinion is taken into account – and by all indications it will be – the Queen West Central Toronto Community...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jun 20, 2016

Heat Warning extended for Toronto; thunderstorms expected late afternoon

An Extended Heat Warning has been issued Monday, June 20 for Toronto. Dr. David McKeown, Toronto’s medical officer of...

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Jun 15, 2016

Marnie’s Studio, an arts-based room at SickKids Hospital offers patients a chance to relax and enjoy

The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is well-known for its top-notch pediatric care, but another key part of its role...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jun 14, 2016

Meet Toronto Maple Leaf’s Peter Holland and Montreal Canadiens PK Subban at All-Star Gala for SickKids

The NHL season may be over, but hockey fans can still get up close and personal with some of the sport’s stars while raising...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jun 10, 2016

Nicola’s Kids Triathlon raises money to support bone marrow failure and myelodysplasia research at SickKids

The 7th annual Nicola’s Kids Triathlon in support of The Hospital for Sick Children will be held at Bayview Glen School, 275...

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May 26, 2016

Fresh fruit, vegetables are now available at three stations thanks to Toronto Public Health, TTC and Foodshare

When you think of subway stations, fresh food markets don’t typically come to mind. But for rush-hour commuters at three...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
May 18, 2016

FitSpirit participants gave it a run at Downsview Park

Claudine Labelle knows a thing or two about the importance of physical activity. A former high-level cyclist, Labelle...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
May 18, 2016

The Brain Project brings together celebrities and artists to benefit Toronto’s Baycrest Health Sciences

A downtown open air public art exhibition this summer focusing on the brain is hoping to raise $1.5 million for Baycrest...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
May 05, 2016

Help support autism therapy at MOD Club

A concert in support of autism therapy funding will be held at the MOD Club, 722 College St., Saturday, June 4. Ausum...

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