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News | Nov 18, 2015
Continental Noodles

Continental Noodles a staple on Toronto dinner tables for 50 years

For 50 years, the Liberatore family has been Toronto’s first family of pasta. Franco Liberatore, now 86, started the clan...

North York Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Nov 16, 2015
Annual Little Miracles canned food drive back for 44th year-image1

Annual Little Miracles canned food drive back for 44th year

The Little Miracle in your Neighbourhood canned food drive is back for a 44th year in the Leaside and north Toronto area....

East York Mirror
News | Nov 13, 2015
Millions in f’oodie-inspired’ upgrades set for Scarborough Town Centre food court-image1

Millions in 'foodie-inspired’ upgrades set for Scarborough Town Centre food court

The Scarborough Town Centre food court is getting a $35 million “foodie-inspired” upgrade. Twenty-seven new restaurants...

Scarborough Mirror | by Tara Hatherly
News | Nov 12, 2015

Submit your recipe, help a Syrian refugee family

Upper Beach residents are invited to submit recipes for a cookbook being put together to help raise funds for the...

Beach Mirror
News | Nov 11, 2015

Enjoy an afternoon tea and help Etobicoke’s homeless youth

The Junior League of Toronto Tea to Help Teens event is happening in Etobicoke Saturday, Nov. 14. Participants will enjoy...

Etobicoke Guardian
News | Nov 09, 2015
Mark McEwan

Celebrity chef Mark McEwan named operator of Aga Khan Museum restaurants

The Aga Khan Museum has served up celebrity chef Mark McEwan as its new head of food and beverage services. McEwan,...

North York Mirror
Nov 06, 2015

Central Tech wins TDSB culinary competition designed to raise awareness and money for school nutrition

Central Technical School culinary students took top prize in a brown rice competition to win money for their school’s...

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Nov 03, 2015

Toronto police continue to investigate after thumb tack found in Halloween chocolate bar

East-end residents are advised to carefully look over their children’s Halloween treats after a thumb tack was discovered...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Joanna Lavoie
Oct 27, 2015

Toronto Foundation for Student Success marks Feed Tomorrow Week

With an estimated one in three children in Toronto living in poverty and 40 per cent of students going to school hungry...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Oct 26, 2015

Lunch, play euchre at Legion Branch 210

Enjoy lunch and euchre at the legion. Legion Branch 210 serves lunch every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from noon to 2...

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Oct 22, 2015

Fresh food market could be popping up in Moss Park community

The long-underserved Moss Park community could soon get its own fresh food market thanks to work being done by Toronto...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Oct 21, 2015

Rachel Parent, 16, is raising awareness about genetically modified organisms

What started out as a simple school project for downtown Toronto resident Rachel Parent has turned into an ongoing mission...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Oct 14, 2015

Etobicoke’s Food Truck ‘N Friday offers new taste and a chance to help homeless youth

Etobicoke’s Food Truck’N Friday is back this Friday with new trucks offering fried chicken, slow-braised meat sandwiches,...

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Oct 09, 2015

Toronto’s award-winning Mill Street Brewery bought by Labatt

Mill Street Brewery, Toronto’s award-winning craft brewer, has been purchased by Labatt Breweries of Canada. The deal,...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by Tara Hatherly
Oct 06, 2015

Come out to a vegan Thanksgiving potluck dinner

Community members are invited to attend a family friendly, vegan Thanksgiving potluck dinner on Saturday, Oct. 10. The...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment
Oct 04, 2015

Upper Beach residents work together to set up community garden

A small group of enthusiastic Upper Beach residents have come together to discuss the creation of a community garden in...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by Joanna Lavoie

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