By Tyrese Wedderburn Julie holds Vita after a walk in the park.(Julie Craig/T•) On a September afternoon after a four-hour wait in the Pearson Airport cargo area, Julie Craig’s precious cargo arrives. Aboard a plane from the Dominican Republic, her adopted dog Vita is now in Canada after facing frequent delays due to COVID-19 restrictions.…
Katrina Bellio is a Canadian champion swimmer with high hopes of winning big at the next Olympic games.
Toronto Children’s Concert Choir (TC3) helps African-Canadian youth focus on their goals and take the right path in life by intersecting academics with the performing arts.
Torontonians may know some of the history of Etobicoke, but many may not know about the riveting past of the Humber College Lakeshore Campus that resides here.
401 Mini-Indy Go-Karts adding more entertainment to the neighbourhood of Etobicoke.
From a strip club to an outlet for rehabilitation, 1533 The Queensway has undergone a major transformation after being bought by its neighbouring church over 10 years ago.
A look into the comic-enthusiast community of the Kingsway: Although comic collection is now known as a niche subculture among young people, its significance and impact still remain in the city of Etobicoke.
Art is not a pipe dream: A mural tells the story of how art imitates life in The Kingsway and how being an artist in Toronto is attainable in an with Toronto artist EKHO.
The Islington art-walk is an ongoing art project by the village’s Business Improvement Program (BIA) with hopes to ‘prevent graffiti, preserve the neighbourhood’s history and create a sense of place’ through the murals painted along Dundas Street.
This large art emporium better known as the Westmount Gallery is located just off Islington and south of Bloor in West Toronto.