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
Pets | Oct 02, 2016
Pet blessing

North York's The Donway Covenant United Church blesses animals to mark the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi

The trio walked to the front of The Donway Covenant United Church, patiently waiting to get a blessing from Rev. Jennifer...

North York Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
Pets | Sep 01, 2016
Critter Chatter

CRITTER CHATTER: Zeus, a chihuahua mix, and cat brothers Grommet and Wallace are looking for new homes

We welcome in September with the introduction of Zeus, an affectionate, high-energy Chihuahua mix, and a feline brother duo...

North York Mirror | by Lorraine Houston
News | Aug 19, 2016
Farm Fest

Beech Nursery in Toronto’s port lands hosts annual Farm Fest

The Beech Nursery in the port lands is bringing the farm to the city on Saturday, Aug. 20 for its annual Farm Fest event....

Beach Mirror
News | Aug 13, 2016
PAWS in the Park

Paws in the Park set for Toronto’s Woodbine Park

The Toronto Humane Society is hosting its largest annual fundraising event, Paws in the Park, in the Beach on Sunday, Aug....

Beach Mirror
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
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 | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Aug 04, 2016

CRITTER CHATTER: Bunny pals Kirk and Ellie and Janelle, an American bulldog, are at the Toronto Humane Society and need to find new homes

This month, our featured pets hail from the Toronto Humane Society. You’ll meet the bunny team of Kirk and Ellie as well as...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Lorraine Houston
Aug 02, 2016

Etobicoke Humane Society seeking volunteers for its dog team

The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) is currently seeking volunteers for its dog team. Volunteers must love dogs, be at...

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Jul 15, 2016

Toronto Animal Services south shelter closed until mid-September due to events taking place at Exhibition Grounds

Users of the Toronto Animal Services’ south shelter will have to use a different shelter for the coming months. The south...

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Jul 07, 2016

CRITTER CHATTER: Paul and Simon and Lady Georgia are looking for belly rubs and pats in their new homes

Welcome to July’s adoptable furry friends. You’ll meet the feline brother team of Paul and Simon as well as a lovely large...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Lorraine Houston
Jun 09, 2016

Riverdale parkette to be named for Erica Stark

The Bain Avenue Parkette at 208 Bain Ave., west of Carlaw Avenue, in Riverdale is being renamed in honour of resident Erica...

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Jun 04, 2016

Dogs take over Leuty Pavilion for Community Centre 55’s Slobberfest

It has been a day for the dogs at Slobberfest. Presented by Community Centre 55, the annual event takes place until 3 p.m....

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Jun 02, 2016

CRITTER CHATTER: Bishop the cocker spaniel and Mia a loving long-hair cat are looking for homes

Bishop and Mia welcome you to the June adopt-a-pet column in hopes of catching your attention to their plight. Senior boy...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Lorraine Houston
Jun 01, 2016

East-end Toronto vet reprimanded in connection with complex case

Dr. Jonathan Mitelman of VETS Toronto/Kingston Road Animal Hospital started a three-month suspension on June 1. The...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by Joanna Lavoie
May 28, 2016

Some interesting facts about capybaras since the escaped pair from High Park zoo are so popular

The two capybaras running free in High Park have drawn plenty of attention. The world’s largest living rodents, they are...

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