‘Born in Mexico, Perfected in Toronto’ at Tacos 101 Yes you can have the delicious taste of authentic Mexican corn tacos including fish, al pastor (pork), nopal (cactus), chicken adobado or carnitas (pork). Set your our level of heat and add a side dish. See Tacos 101 for menu details. Where: Tacos 101 101 Dundas Street East, Toronto When: Monday-Saturday: 11am – 9pm | Sunday: 11am … Continue reading Authentic $4 Tacos Straight From Mexico
Thanks to Winston Sih at Breakfast Television for providing great tips for Cyber Monday shopping and beyond. Continue reading Cyber Monday Shopping Guide
Teen noticed and helped lost boy alone on a public transit bus See and read this CBC news story about this teen who reached out to get vulnerable child to safety. The boy, Confidence Eluozor, had only been in Canada 3 days when he got separated from his older sisters who had been on the same bus. There is such goodness in youth in Canada. We … Continue reading Good News: Teen Does Good
So you finally found someone to talk with who has the job you have been dreaming of landing and now you need to figure what to ask them about. Well thanks to the collective thoughts of my clients we offer a list of questions to choose from. These are questions that could be used for most occupations. You can and should include questions with information and … Continue reading Information Interviews: What Ask About
The Textile Museum of Canada Showcases the Texture of Life Enjoy the vibrant and subtle colors and textures in this outstanding collection at The Textile Museum of Canada. Suitable for all ages. Where: 55 Centre Avenue (Dundas St. W & University Ave., St. Patrick subway) Toronto, Ontario M5G 2H5 When: PWYC (pay what you can) Wednesdays 5pm to 8pm. (Open daily 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Wednesdays 11:00 am – … Continue reading Texture of Good Living!
Nuts and seeds are rich in energy and nutrients. Nuts nutrition loaded with excellent source of monounsaturated-fatty acids (MUF) such as oleic and palmitoleic acids, which help to lower LDL or “bad cholesterol” and increase HDL or “good cholesterol.” Research studies suggest that Mediterranean diet that is rich in MUF to prevent coronary artery disease, strokes by favoring healthy blood […] via Health Benefits of Eating … Continue reading Health Benefits of Eating Nuts – Cashews can help Depression — Be Like Water
In honor of Canada’s 150 birthday coming up in 2017, RBC is giving youth support to make this great country even better! RBC is giving youth in Canada between the ages of 16 and 25 who are not immediate family members of RBC employees $150 each to do with as they chose to make a social impact and make Canada better. Here’s a link the application. Go for … Continue reading Canada Turns 150 and RBC Gives $150
One of my clients ended up getting a very good professional job through information meetings he had through people he connected with through LinkedIn and you can too. With the right effort you can open the hidden job market. Here is how he did it. First, he searched LinkedIn for people working in the industry and profession he had education and experience, and the geographic … Continue reading Information interviews really do pay off if well planned, prepared for and executed
It’s true dogs can be trained to sniff out a wide range of diseases from diabetes to cancer. I had heard about this years ago from veterinarians that I knew. This W5 episode that aired November 19 on CTV explained how they do it. Even more good news about the value of physical activity, strong social ties and sense of purpose as the foundation for thriving … Continue reading Dogs can detect diseases and secrets to longevity revealed!
Thanks to the Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, we can listen to and watch stories of coming to Canada and being Canadian. Continue reading Good Stories of How We Got Here and Who We Are