Bats get a bad rap – in part because of how they are portrayed in Hollywood blockbusters – yet, in reality, they are unassuming creatures...
Canadian Brian McKeever (right) and guide Graham Nishikawa compete in the men's visually impaired 20-kilometre race at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi Russia on Monday March 10, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Scott Grant/Canadian Paralympic Committee
Canada has it's first gold medal at the Sochi Paralympic Winter Games
Members of the Canadian Ukrainian community demonstrate below Parliament Hill in Ottawa Sunday March 9, 2014. The demonstration marched to different embassies in Ottawa, condemning Russia's incursion in Ukraine. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand
Ukrainian-Canadians pressure world powers to get Russia out of Ukraine
Eleven-year-old Kalea Davies has been selected to be an Easter Seals Provincial Ambassador for 2014.
Kalea Davies loves to play piano, ski, horseback ride and swim. But the 11-year-old Grade 6 “A” student at Park Lawn Junior Middle...
Food Friendly Map of the Don Mills-Sheppard area.
Building on the success of last year’s North York Harvest Food Bank (NYHFB) Food-Friendly Neighbourhood Project, the initiative has been...
Prime Minister Stephen Harper departs Ottawa on Sunday, March 9, 2014., on route to South Korea. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Stephen Harper heads to South Korea to ink long-awaited free-trade pact
Greenbelt Gallery's Devon Thomson, left, and Lauren Hunter along with Creatures:Collective Gallery and Studio's Kevin Columbus and Chris Perez flank a painting that was created after the theft of another.
When a pair of painters had their piece stolen a week before it was scheduled to show, they turned their anger into a creation even better...
Under the direction of Susan Raponi, the George Peck Public School Gr. 6/7/8 Concert Wind Band has had outstanding results in 2014 music festival competitions. The ensemble received the Gold Award at the Kiwanis Music Festival on Feb. 19 and the Rising Star Award and the Silver-Plus Award at the provincial Ontario Band Association Festival on Feb. 13.
A group of George Peck Public School students are riding on a well deserved high note.
The George Peck Public School Grades 6 to 8...
Students at High Park Alternative School took part in Nutrition Month and FoodShare Toronto’s Great Big Crunch. The cross Canada event that had students learning and eating fresh vegetables and fruit for a healthy diet. Student Coen takes his apple right down to the core. (March 6, 2014)
It was the crunch heard around the Junction and Bloor West Village.
Promptly at 11:25 a.m., Thursday, March 6, as many as 180 students...
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Van Trip to Cloverdale Mall