Ten Things to Do For Summer

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What to Do: Summer is finally here! Now that we can dig out our favourite sandals and shades, it is time to think about what we can do to enjoy every moment of this summer. Have Brunch on the Patio: Sunday is the perfect day to have brunch with family and […]

5 Places You Need to Be Working out at in Toronto

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Yoga at the AGO http://www.ago.net/drop-in-yoga To get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, try taking a yoga class at the AGO. They offer one of the most stimulating and creative environments in Toronto for a work out. Classes are Mondays from 6-7pm, Thursdays from 8-9pm, and Sunday […]

Remembering Nelson Mandela

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Nelson Mandela — humanitarian, anti-apartheid activist, Nobel Peace Prize winner and South Africa’s first black President — died yesterday at age 95. Following a prolonged battle with a lung infection, Mandela passed away in his home in Johannesburg. South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma announced that “the founding president of our democratic […]

Black Friday Debunked

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By: Emily Durham For those still recovering from the bruises and black eyes that were likely acquired from fighting off serious shopaholics on last week’s Black Friday- we have some surprising news that will make you question if going sale hunting was worth your time.  According to an online sales-tracking […]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Your Time to Contribute

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by: Maria Pospelova October is the month that is known for bringing Breast Cancer into the light. During the entire month a variety of initiatives around the world are dedicated to collect funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Breast Cancer Awareness Campaigns, and general education of the public regarding the disease. There are […]