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Fri Mar 14, 2014
The Globe and Mail
The Royal Ontario Museum makes it to 100. Now, the real work begins
With social media, says the ROM Director and CEO Janet Carding, people 'are looking for something they can personalize or customize and be part of.'
The Philipine Reporter
Understanding the Filipino Canadian identity
There was former street-kid Vincent Villanis, the "Bamboo Guy", co-founder and CEO of Ontario Bamboo .
Road closures for St. Patrick's Day parade and run
Everyone is Irish this weekend. The city of Toronto will be marking St. Patrick's Day with its' annual parade on Sunday and it will affect anyone driving in the city.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Eat, walk, shop in multicultural Toronto
Jationder Pal Singh sells fabrics at his shop, Chandan Fashion and Boutique, in the Little India neighborhood of Toronto.
Talent Development: Interview with Jennifer DiRaddo, Manager of...
With FRHI Hotels & Resorts acting as Challenge Provider to the upcoming Young Hoteliers Summit, the YHS Team received the chance to interview Ms Jennifer DiRaddo ahead of her visit.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
St. Patrick's Day Toronto 2014
St. Patrick's Day in Toronto tends to get a lot of flack. People like to call it amateur hour , and it's often lamented that the day has become simply an excuse to drink excessively and dress provocatively in green kitsch.
Dressing up(scale): 'Downton Abbey' duds come to Toronto's Spadina House museum
These iconic outfits from "Downton Abbey" are among 20 costumes from the award-winning TV series on display at Spadina House, a museum that takes visitors back to life as it was for an upper-class Canadian family during the 1920s and '30s.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
House of the Week: 104 Lowther Avenue
Like turrets? This house has three, providing more than enough cozy reading nooks for everyone in the family.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Toronto Star
It's time for Brampton to send Mayor Fennell packing: James
Not content to rake in an outrageous salary of $228,409 plus benefits - highest among mayors in Canada - Brampton's Mayor Susan Fennell has been stiffing taxpayers for spending large and small.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Toronto's windows on the world
When I tell my friends in Toronto how much I love their city, they often say, "Really?" I always assume they imagine I'm just trying to be gracious, or perhaps - with characteristic Canadian modesty - they're reluctant to acknowledge how easy their city is to love.
iPhone 5S tracks steps taken after battery dies
Imagine having your phone's battery die on a trip abroad and upon returning home, realizing that a fitness app was still tracking the number of steps you took for days.
Globe and Mail
Great food, behind closed doors
On a narrow one-way street in Cabbagetown one blustery fall evening, seven strangers ease past a squeaky metal gate and bustle into the parlour of a hidden Victorian house.
Globe and Mail
For March Break travellers, early birds get the worm
Thousands of march break travellers wait to catch their flights at Pearson Airport in Toronto March 7, 2014.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The 10 most famous clothing stores in Toronto
The most famous clothing stores in Toronto are local institutions and shopping standbys well-known to Toronto fashion fans.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Nunavut students turn to crowdsourcing for TO trip
Students and teachers in Hall Beach, Nunavut are using a crowd sourcing site to raise money for a trip to Toronto.
Need to Chill Next Week? Hit the Eaton Chelsea Toronto Hotel in the Big Smoke
Looking for a cost effective, family escape for March Break? Head to Toronto. You've probably been there dozens of times but with kids, it's a whole other experience.
Bringing it home
The emerging comic, who goes by the stage name of Landry, grew up in Kitchener-Waterloo attending school at Resurrection Catholic Secondary School and Cameron Heights before deciding to translate some of his personal charm and charisma into a comedy act.
Image Recognition Startup Slyce Raises $10.75M To Be The Amazon Flow For Everyone Else
Toronto-based startup Slyce has raised a new round of $10.75 million in funding, led by Beacon Securities, and including PI Financial, Salman Partners, Harrington Global and more.
Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky Named 2014 Canadian Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize Winner
The artistic team of Winnipeg-born, self-proclaimed nomad, Rhonda Weppler and Calgary-born, Toronto-based Trevor Mahovsky, has been awarded the 2014 Canadian Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize for their collaborative work that takes an innovative sculptural approach to still life.