Karen Truoung is the co-owner of All Reptiles Inc. (www.allreptiles.ca) in Scarborough. She owns 12 snakes, eight geckos, two tortoises, two giant lizards and a collection of dead rats in her freezer. She is blogging about all things reptiles for insidetoronto.com
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David Alexander is the executive director of the Toronto Vegetarian Association. He will be talking All Things Veg in his monthly blog at insidetoronto.com
The Ally cat Alley discusses feral cat overpopulation issues from a shelter veterinarians view point. The column includes many exciting tales about Toronto's successful and growing TNR (Trap- Neuter- Return) movement. Every column includes a cool colony cat for adoption as well as web links to interesting information about animal sheltering and pet overpopulation.
Animals Needing People explores the relationship between animals, both domestic and wild, and the people they live among, with emphasis on how the latter can improve the lives of the former. Paul Harris volunteers with ORA-Organization for the Rescue of Animals, a charity registered with Canada Revenue Agency (www.ora-animalrescue.org).
Central Bark highlights hot topics in animal welfare and what it means to living in our city - discussions range from how to be prepared in an emergency to how to find your new pet at your local shelter.
Sylvia Chiang is a Toronto elementary school teacher. In Classroom Insider, Chiang aims to help people better understand what is really going on in classrooms today. She is currently working on her first middle grade novel. Visit her at www.facebook.com/sylvchiang or follow her on Twitter @SylvChiang
Beata Rydyger, a registered holistic nutritionist, specializes in natural beauty, digestion and detox.
A look at what is new in the world of food from new products and services to classes or tours. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions. Photos are welcome.
Friendly Fiance offers tips on how you can improve your financial health.
Blogger Lesia D. Kohut offers a delicious, healthy and sustainable look at gluten-free living.
Brandon Sousa is a 20-something exploring the world while chasing his career. His adventures sometimes overshadow his destinations.
Healthy Boost is all about healthy lifestyle and nutrition. Find out more at www.vibrantlifestyle.ca
Living Light offers you everything you need to know about fat loss, nutrition, exercise and anti-aging.
Dr. Jody Zajacz writes about oral health.
Stacy Lynn Fernandes talks about pet nutrition and wellness in her blog.
A weekly collection of recipes.
Marina Carletti owns Own Tangled in Webs with Dawn Snider. Carletti will talk all things spiders.
Jessica Ruby searches for Toronto's gourmet on a budget. Follow her on twitter @really_Ruby.
The Guest List is a monthly Q-and-A showcasing those who have an interesting story to tell. Meet everyone from the worlds of entertainment, arts and culture, food, music and more.
Using Chinese Traditional Medicine to make your feel your best.
Helping all GTA food lovers explore their inner chef with a wealth of cooking related information to satisfy the hungry soul. Toronto Culinary Adventures, written by Laura Dolman, provides you with the resources to explore the culinary delights within our beloved city.
Toronto Dog Talk discusses all things dog - from fun places to take you pup around the city, to training tips and health and safety. Alison Smith, a dog trainer and co-owner of Personal Paws Dog Training in Toronto, will offer you all kinds of tips and ideas that will help you and your dog to have fun, stay safe, and be well trained. Visit www.personalpaws.ca or contact email@example.com
Nathalie Sehgal and Taylor Stinson are exploring the most popular downtown venues and events, with a touch of lifestyle advice. Visit them at thegirlsonbloor.com
Liza Zawadzka looks at Toronto's best restaurants.
Wild Toronto talks about the creatures that call Toronto home.
Meagan Hesham has a passion for helping others discover the best they can be, and her blog will help people get there. Visit her at www.fiercefit.ca