No, Really, Shop Local!

I wonder if Jane Jacobs contemplated the present stretch of Eglinton Avenue when she wrote, “Nobody enjoys sitting on a stoop or looking out a window at an empty street… The trust of a city street is formed over time…

A different kind of cold

Feeling reinvigorated at -250°F. I hate the cold. I am not going to lie to you. I really, really hate the cold.  I just got back from four weeks in sunny Australia and was attempting to pile on as many…

TORONTO TASTE, THE CULINARY EXTRAVAGANZA, RETURNS FOR ITS 29TH YEAR

Second Harvest’s annual fundraiser rallies the city’s top chefs to support food rescue Toronto’s original, premier culinary event kicks off the summer in spectacular fashion. Toronto Taste, presented by The Daniels Corporation, will take place on Sunday, June 9, 2019,…

The Shoe Project – Finding Home

“First you write your story, then you read your story, then you tell your story,” says Katherine Govier, novelist and founder of The Shoe Project. The Shoe Project is a writing and performance workshop for immigrant women that is in…

Canderel Introduces St.Clair Village

Mid-rise project helps realize city-initiated Avenue Study for St. Clair West There are few neighbourhoods in Toronto where everyone knows your name. The stretch of St. Clair West that passes through Wychwood, Hillcrest and Regal Heights is one of them,…