Resident felines keep the customers coming back
Parents’ extracurricular options run the gamut
From school to community sports leagues midtown offers up plenty
St. Mike’s hockey tradition deeply rooted in history
From Father David Bauer to Frank Mahovlich, program produces NHL talent
The arts are more than electives to midtown schools
Havergal, UTS and York break the fourth wall with film and music curriculums
Trio dares to bare for charity
Three midtown businesswomen are daring to raise $30,000 for the Joe’s Team charity.
Young artists get personal
The old adage “every picture tells a story” is apropos of North Toronto CI’s senior art class.
Cancer scare leads to part in epic ride
Forest Hill resident Rhonda Sheff is sitting on the couch of her Spadina and St. Clair Avenue West home, trying to find the words to […]
Former Toronto mayor saves the environment from midtown
David Miller sits in his office at the World Wildlife Fund Canada, recalling his brush with British Columbia’s Kermode bear while visiting the Great Bear […]
Oh, the drama
Drama, theatre and all things acting always seem to elicit a smile from those involved.
IPF patient desperate after health ministry refuses to fund drug
A snow-white-haired Michael Jarvis hunkers down into the seat by his Summerhill apartment’s doorway. His breathing’s not quite laboured, but with a good ear you […]