Veterans at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 11 welcomed students September 19-23rd during their annual open house. Students were able to look at actual paraphernalia from WWI and WWII, while learning about the impact of the war on their lives today.
The Parkinson SuperWalk is Canada’s largest fundraising event, benefiting the more than 100,000 people living with Parkinson’s disease. The Toronto East walk took place for the first time at Ashbridges Bay Park September 10.
A large, excited crowd turned out on Sunday, Aug. 28 to celebrate the city’s Olympians following the Team Canada’s return from the 2016 Rio Olympics last week. The festivities began at East Lynn Park on Danforth and Woodbine with a parade that made its way to Kew Gardens for a rally and entertainment.
Founded by Beacher Helen Hatzis, Aloha Toronto brings “a taste of Hawaii and aloha to the shores of Toronto”, and sees children with Autism Spectrum Disorders participate in surfing and paddleboard workshops throughout the day as a form of relaxation and fun. The fifth annual event was held at the Balmy Beach Club on August […]
Puppies, plays, and ping pong in the sunshine. These are some of our favourite photos taken in the Beach during the month of June.
The year 2016 appears to have skipped spring and jumped right into summer — and it waited until mid-May to make its move. Here are some of the photos that caught our eye for the month of May.
Earth Day, a volunteer appreciation dinner, and a thrilling dance competition, just some of our favourite pictures from April.
Between the cheers and the applause of a packed auditorium, talented Malvern students showcased their music and vocal abilities for a shot at winning this year’s M-Factor competition. Five bands and five vocalists performed in the event on April 8 and were judged by a panel of music experts consisting of musician KC Roberts (KC […]