A CBC article snagged my attention recently, but for all of the wrong reasons. Roughly 35.5 million tonnes of all food produced in Canada is wasted or lost, says a recent report, and approximately one-third of said waste could be sent to communities in need across the county. That’s 58 per cent of all of the … More Canada wastes over half of all food produced
Driving home from work a couple of days ago, I was listening to the radio broadcaster discuss a new addition to Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. What is this new addition, you ask? None other than a medical man cave. Man Cave Health is “is working to save lives and preserve the quality of men’s lives … More Medical man caves?
I often say that I wish I had grown up in the 70s and 80s simply for the music that was produced in these eras. I can’t express how profoundly I enjoy classic rock, and it pains me that music that is even relatively comparable to that of the past likely will not be produced … More Hotel California: The Original Eagles Tribute
On February 12, my boyfriend and I traveled to Toronto to watch the Toronto Maple Leafs play Tampa Bay Lightning at the Air Canada Centre. This particular game was my second NHL experience, and although my seats were better for the first game I attended, the game itself on Monday was riveting. The game was … More The Toronto Maple Leafs Vs. Tampa Bay Lightning NHL Game
As I was listening to Shawn Mendes’ Mercy the other day, I realized that my knowledge regarding who the fine lad is as a person is lacking. I decided to do some research on Mr. Mendes, and I hope you enjoy reading about him. Shawn was born in Toronto, Ontario, to Karen and Manuel Mendes. His mother is … More Profile: Shawn Mendes