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Toronto’s Confusing And Surprising Mayoral Race

Toronto’s Confusing And Surprising Mayoral Race

Politics doesn’t get much more interesting–or confusing–than the Mayoral election that is happening in Toronto.

by · September 14, 2014 · News, Politics
Nutella. Image: Joyce Grant

Don’t Bother Stockpiling Nutella Just Yet

A combination of bad weather and disease has damaged much of this year’s hazelnut crop.
Now people are worried that they will have to pay more for Nutella, the popular chocolate-hazelnut spread, and other products that contain hazelnuts.

by · September 11, 2014 · Environment, News
Apple unveiled two new products--the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch.

Apple Unveils Exciting New Products

There was a lot of buzz on the Internet on Tuesday.

Apple, the company that makes high-tech products like smart phones, tablets and iPods, introduced something completely new: a “smart watch.”

by · September 10, 2014 · News, Technology
Actor Morgan Freeman and actress Diane Keaton are in Toronto for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Image: Toronto Star,  Vince Talotta.

Movie Stars In Toronto For Annual Festival

Every year, movie stars, directors and producers flock to Toronto. This week marks the 39th year of the Toronto International Film Festival.

by · September 9, 2014 · Entertainment, News
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Pan Am/Parapan Am Games To Be Held In Toronto In July 2015

Next July, Toronto will be inundated with the world’s best athletes as it hosts the 2015 Pan American (or “Pan Am”) Games and the 2015 Parapan American Games.

by · September 9, 2014 · News, Sports
School lunches. Image: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Lunches From Home Don’t Meet Nutritional Standards: Study

When researchers in the United States compared school lunches to home-packed lunches, parents got a failing grade.

Researchers from Tufts University, in Massachusetts, inspected lunches belonging to about 600 grade three and four students at 12 different schools in the state. They found that lunches packed at home were generally less nutritious than meals provided by schools.

by · September 8, 2014 · Health, Kids, News
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500,000 B.C. Kids Not In School

Now that the summer is over, nearly half a million children in British Columbia (B.C.) should be in school–but they aren’t. That’s because teachers there are on strike.

by · September 5, 2014 · Kids, News, Politics
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Lots of people have been dumping buckets of ice cold water over their heads. It may sound a little strange, but it’s for a good cause.

It’s all part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and it has taken the Internet by storm.

by · September 3, 2014 · Health, News
Ceremonies Mark 100th Anniversary Of World War I

Ceremonies Mark 100th Anniversary Of World War I

Special events were held around the world in August to mark the hundredth anniversary of the start of World War I.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper attended a ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on August 3. He placed a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to honour all soldiers who have fought for Canada.

by · September 1, 2014 · News
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Unsold Food At Sports Events Feeds Local Hungry

Ever wonder what happens to food that doesn’t sell at hockey games?

In Toronto and many cities across North America, it goes to feed the hungry.

by · August 20, 2014 · News