Silvia Guido, the founder of AccessTO, talks about why she founded the website and what any of us could do to make Toronto more accessible to everyone.
Our city is a work in progress. Even before the new Crosstown LRT project peppered Eglinton Avenue with work sites, Toronto often felt like a lively, lived-in construction zone. But as chaotic as it can sometimes be, there is at least a little method to the madness. There is a Plan, and behind it, a
We have not been good at telling our urban stories. Which leads to not appreciating the city, and overlooking the great things that we have here.
"We have to start somewhere, and this is where we need to start; just with getting people aware of the issue. Not only that, but posing a possible solution."
Everybody is aware of the pros of working from home, but nobody is talking about the huge, unproductive, disorganized elephant in the room.
Join me this holiday season in making a gift to Casey House. I still give because I continue to be inspired to see Casey House serve the HIV community with innovative, inclusive approaches to care; to see clients feel included as part of a movie night, a healthy cooking activity, or a roundtable discussion.
I was looking at basically coming up with a way to integrate some ideas, kind of trying to capture people's experiences and their emotional connection to the spaces that are important to them.
We look up to them. They are our parents, mentors, teachers, partners in both business and life. Everybody needs a role model just like every experienced sailor needs to rely on a map and a compass. Essentially, just like the sailor has a destination, we too strive for the best of our future self.
I grew up at St. Claire and Dufferin, and my grandmother's down at Dufferin and Bloor, and my other grandmother's at Runnymede. We're definitely a West End kind of crew.
"Psychologists, they say 'you have to fall backwards into the hands of someone you trust.' The artistic process is, very much like that. And it's very scary."
The Cabbagetown festival of arts is one of the longest running festivals in Ontario. It's an event that brings the whole community together. Families, tourists and local shops and businesses come together to celebrate the famous Cabbagetown community spirit.
Justin Main, @photofied, posts these amazing edited photos of Toronto and each one is better than the last one. You could say they're magical even.
The real estate agents of the Torontoism team come from different backgrounds and bring worldwide expertise and experience to the table. Think of us as your local "international" experts.
The Hidden Gardens and Private Spaces tour in Cabbagetown is celebrating its TENTH ANNIVERSARY on Sunday June 5th from 10:00-3:00pm.
For the last two years, Dr. Clayton Greenway has been offering GTA residents one hour of free veterinary advice every week on his newstalk 101 radio program Animal House.
Robert Cimetta has lived a storied life. Professional hockey player, 9/11 survivor, and real estate developer are all titles that have been attached to Cimetta over the years.
Flying high in the heart of Cabbagetown since 1992, Jet Fuel Café was founded by John Englar, a former bike courier, trained pastry chef, and ...
As we all know, Syria is experiencing a humanitarian crisis. The situation is shocking in its scope and brutality, and I know many of us are looking for a way to make a difference in the lives of those who are affected.
You can find one of the best catering companies in this city hiding behind a modest Victorian storefront on the north side of Carlton Street, ...
What’s not to love about fine jewellery pieces?