After guiding students through mental traumas, an internationally renowned weaver felt obligated to keep her art studio alive amid the pandemic.
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…
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For the past 25 years, the registered charity has provided free counselling to individuals affected by eating disorders in Toronto. That hasn’t stopped during the pandemic.
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