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The Teal Pumpkin Project
U.S.-based Food Allergy & Education’s Teal Pumpkin Project is in its third year. The international awareness campaign encourages people shelling out...
Oct 22, 2016 | Add Comment | Etobicoke Guardian

6 fun facts and tips to enjoy a spooktacular Halloween

WHAT DOES A HOUSE DISPLAYING A TEAL PUMPKIN MEAN? A teal pumpkin indicates the homeowner is...

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Community | Oct 08, 2016
October Critter Chatter

CRITTER CHATTER: Mikah an Fuzzy Bear looking for a home this Thanksgiving

Welcome to October and a very happy Thanksgiving to all our readers. This month you’ll meet Mikah, a fab feline, and Fuzzy...

North York Mirror | by Lorraine Houston
Environment | Aug 11, 2016

Prevention and understanding key to dealing with Lyme disease in Ontario

Canadian government’s framework on Lyme disease in the works

East York Mirror | by Tara Hatherly
News | Aug 05, 2016

Toronto dog-walking service Leash and Paws hosting inaugural summer charity drive to help homeless people with pet care

While Toronto’s shelters and outreach agencies do what they can to serve the needs of the city’s homeless population, the...

York Guardian | by Justin Skinner
News | May 26, 2016
Cooling down at Woofstock

Woodbine Park in the Beach goes to the dogs for Woofstock

Woofstock, North America’s largest festival for dogs, will be taking over Woodbine Park in the Beach this weekend. The...

York Guardian
News | Dec 01, 2015
Christmas Bird Count

Join the Christmas Bird Count hosted by Ontario Nature and Bird Studies Canada

The Christmas Bird Count, which runs Dec. 14 to Jan. 5, are daylong, volunteer-run bird surveys organized locally by...

Beach Mirror
News | Nov 24, 2015
Doggy Hill

Responsible dog ownership report says Toronto needs more public education

There are around 230,000 dogs in Toronto – more dogs than there are people in Richmond Hill – and last year those Toronto...

Scarborough Mirror | by Mike Adler
Nov 18, 2015

Make a donation to Toronto Wildlife Centre and they will send a wildlife card in thanks

The Toronto Wildlife Centre has a couple of ways people can help the city’s urban creatures. Just in time for Christmas,...

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Jul 31, 2015

Toronto lowers adoption fees during ‘cat days of summer’

The City of Toronto is holding an adoption blitz to help residents find furry feline friends. Until Aug. 31, it is...

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Jun 13, 2015

7 ways to enjoy the summer in Toronto – for free

There are lots of things to do in Toronto and many things are free. Here are 7 ways to have fun without spending a penny....

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Jun 05, 2015

“Adopt” a baby at Toronto Wildlife Centre

Wild animals in Toronto have it tough. They face danger on our roads, from our pets and from our garbage. Sometimes...

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Jun 03, 2015

7 top blogs for May at

Toronto Wildlife Centre’s Julia Coey’s article about dispelling spring myths was the top blog for May. More than 1,000...

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May 15, 2015

Torontonians encouraged to help protect migrating birds

Millions of birds make their way through Toronto on their annual spring migration in April and May. It is estimated more...

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May 14, 2015

7 top blogs for April

Pets, health, tech were popular blogs in April. 1. Blogger Jasmine Sufi from Acutoronto’s 2013 blog about getting rid...

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Apr 09, 2015

7 most read blogs for March offers a variety of blogs in the health, food, pets/animals and life/entertainment categories. Here are...

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Mar 01, 2015

7 top blogs for February at

It might be because Torontonians are sick of winter that February’s most-read blog was about travel, or in this case Travel...

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Feb 22, 2015

7 ways to help Toronto’s wildlife

1. KICK IT TO THE CURB Rinse out your recycling. Bottles, cans, jars and containers with food residue are tempting for...

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