By Sabrina Scroppo With his nose buried in the pages of a fantasy classic, a thick Scottish accent surfaces without warning. “Harry – yer a wizard.” The smoky tone of Rubeus Hagrid’s voice lingers in the McNally home. Crisp pages land together and the ruby red hardcover is shut, the fictional nighttime adventure finally put…
By Madison Schuliakewich Jennifer Grosse fiddles with her laptop as she sits down on her brown couch, often peering over at the small litter of orange kittens snuggled up to their mother in a small corner of her one bedroom condo. Grosse began fostering cats and kittens three or four years ago, during a time…
How a youth basketball organization shifted programming from the court to the comfort of kids’ living rooms — and bounced back stronger than ever
Working everyday to keep her business afloat, this 25-year-old entrepreneur says the process of trial and error has taught her everything
Saturday mornings at the Moss Park Arena in Toronto are set aside for the Moss Park Hockey League – a free league with equipment for children in the area who can’t afford to play Canada’s game.
It’s impossible to separate Kevin Jeffers and Regent Park basketball from the same sentence.
How Double Take is helping the community’s neighbours in need get through the tough times and better their lives.
OldTown Bodega, the posh offset of a quiet street-strip, providing caffeine and trims for the neighbours who come together to form a community.
The Regent Park School of Music has been bringing rhythm to the community for two decades
150 people gathered in Moss Park with a message for those starting their day of work in Toronto’s City Hall. They set down Queen Street to deliver it, with placards, tombstones, and roses. They did so in silence, letting memories of lost loved ones speak for themselves. At the front they held a banner that told the world “We Grieve Thousands.”