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Walk of Life
This year's Walk of Life will take place at the Ontario Science Centre on May 30.
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Walk for cardiac health this Saturday at the science centre

More than 2,500 people of all ages will enjoy the outdoors while supporting a good cause when the...

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News | 8 hours ago

Vote for the best public bathroom in Canada

Nominations are now open for the sixth annual Cintas Canada’s Best Restroom Contest. Cintas Canada is on the hunt to find...

Scarborough Mirror
News | 12 hours ago
Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation

Baycrest’s new brain health centre aims to support dementia patients

The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) at Baycrest Health Sciences was officially launched...

North York Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
News | May 26, 2015
Inclusionary Zoning

Social Planning Toronto looks at inclusionary zoning

One of the keys to solving Toronto’s affordable housing crisis could come in the form of new legislation, provided the...

Scarborough Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | May 20, 2015
Sisters reunited

Reunion of sisters aided by Baycrest social worker

Marie Charlebois was watching the news when a woman with striking similarities to her own came on the screen. The 2013...

North York Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
News | May 20, 2015

Yard Sale for the Cure

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s Yard Sale for the Cure is set for Saturday, May 23. Yard Sale for the Cure is a...

Beach Mirror
News | 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...

Beach Mirror
May 13, 2015

Humber River Hospital: on budget and on time

The new Humber River Hospital (HRH) has reached ‘substantial completion’ and is on track to open Oct. 18, the hospital...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
May 07, 2015

BLACK IN TORONTO: Honouring Lillie Johnson this Mother’s Day for her advocacy of sickle cell anemia education

There are many nurturing women of African descent this column could be dedicated to. What woman might be important for...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment | by Rosemary Sadlier
May 07, 2015

Dementia expert Teepa Snow says caregivers should take a moment for themselves

Respected dementia educator Teepa Snow has a message for caregivers: take time to take care of yourself. “This is...

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May 05, 2015

Joanna Sable talks oil – olive and sesame – and offers Olive Oil Spice Tea Cake and green beans and pork recipes

By Joanna Sable Lately I have been thinking about oil. Yes, it started out with me thinking about frying and fried...

East York Mirror | Add Comment | by Joanna Sable
May 01, 2015

Former athlete and current Lord Lansdowne teacher Christie Bardecki will be a Pan Am torchbearer

As a former high-performance athlete, Christie Bardecki knows the value of nutrition. In spreading the word to her...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Apr 30, 2015

Etobicoke-based Global Medic to examine aerial images of Nepal to plot out disaster relief distribution

An Etobicoke-based humanitarian aid agency is on the ground in Kathmandu making innovative use of drones to locate...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Apr 30, 2015

City of Toronto looking for residents’ recipes for The Local Dish

The city is asking residents to share their recipes, using a local star ingredient each month, to build Toronto’s largest...

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Apr 30, 2015

5 risk factors for Type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed with various lifestyle changes such as eating better, getting more exercise and...

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Apr 28, 2015

Hockey tourney supports dementia care at Baycrest

Hockey players of all skill levels will share ice time with NHL alumni to raise funds to support Alzheimer’s disease and...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
Apr 24, 2015

York University, Chinese Canadian National Council to study elder care issues facing Toronto’s Chinese families

If you’re a Chinese senior living with your family in Toronto, or you take care of a senior in your home, a research project...

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