A hiker checks out the wetlands on Beare Road after hike in Rouge Park in this file photo.
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Push on to have Southern Ontario’s Greenbelt, including Rouge Park, designated by UNESCO

Southern Ontario’s Greenbelt is 10 years old and under review, but some supporters think it...

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Vancouver should shut down pot shops, not regulate them: health minister

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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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TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this weekend (April 24-26)

The weekend ahead is looking cool but sunny. Hey, at least it's a break from the wet (and snowy in some cases) weather we've...
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Charity opens used skate drop off at Mattamy arena

While winter weather is – hopefully – in the rear view mirror, Skate To Great’s skate drive season is still well underway....

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Cedarvale students perform eco-extravaganza for Earth Day

Celebrating Earth Day through song and dance, Cedarvale Community School students performed a one-hour musical extravaganza...

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Davisville Jr PS create mural for Appletree farmers’ market in June Rowlands Park

Thanks to their local Appletree farmers’ market, students at Davisville Junior Public School have learned plenty about...

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7 Earth Day Canada facts and ways to help the planet

Happy Earth Day! Here are a few ways to help our planet: 1. Earth Day Canada was founded in 1990 and offers free,...

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York Mills Collegiate students to spread kindness through school

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