Toronto Light Fest

The Toronto Light Festival is an annual event that kicked off for the first time this January 2017 It transforms the Distillery District into a huge open-air gallery, lighting up the long winter nights with works from Canadian and International light artists. You can warm up by an open fire, grab a hot cup of cocoa, toast the evening with friends and browse shops.   Where: The Distillery … Continue reading Toronto Light Fest

British Columbia Teen Inventor Named Forbes 30 Under 30

Thanks to  Wanyee Li of Metro for telling this story of a Canadian teenager’s incredible achievement. “Canadian inventor Ann Makosinski can now add Forbes 30 Under 30 to the long list of accolades she has collected since she won the 2013 Google Science Fair as a 15-year old. The second-year UBC student, who invented a flashlight powered by the heat of a human hand and a cell-phone charging mug, says … Continue reading British Columbia Teen Inventor Named Forbes 30 Under 30

Join 10 Day Sugar Free Challenge From Wherever You May Be

Improve Your Mood, Energy Level,     Disease Resistance, Vitality… Challenge yourself to reduce or eliminate added sugars from your diet for 10 days and check in with the program along the way.  In this program offered by the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre you will: Learn which sugars to avoid and why Find healthier alternatives How to balance blood sugar through food Learn how … Continue reading Join 10 Day Sugar Free Challenge From Wherever You May Be

Story of Individual Excellence for Each Day in Black History Month

Learn about contributions from and accomplishment of the 2.9% of Canadians who are black Here’s how Casey Palmer describes his Tales from the 2.9 Blog— “The Black Canadians Sharing Their Stories in a Digital Age is a project to showcase my fellow Black content creators across the nation in a month that should encourage us to really examine what it means to be Black in Canada and … Continue reading Story of Individual Excellence for Each Day in Black History Month

How To Make Friends With Ambitious People

I have long believed the quality of your life goes up or down to the level of the people you spend time with.  We create ourselves through what and who we spend of time and life energy with.  In the following article, Flora Lowther gives some practical advice for making friends with people who can push and support you in achieving your dreams. Go for … Continue reading How To Make Friends With Ambitious People

TD Canada Trust Needs to Fill 767 Vacancies in Their Banking/Financial Related Services Across Canada

Join the Robust Banking Sector If you are considering beginning a career in banking or are a skilled, experienced and credentialed financial services professional legally permitted to work in Canada and flexible about where you can work and live, TD Canada Trust may just be the professional home you are looking for! Here is a list of some of those 767 positions: Agile Manager Coach, Senior … Continue reading TD Canada Trust Needs to Fill 767 Vacancies in Their Banking/Financial Related Services Across Canada

Culture, Arts and Ideas

Grab a Refreshment, Mingle and Learn on Thursday Afternoons for People 55+ Health, cooking, music, book readings, comedy and Jewish traditions are open for all people aged 55 and up to learn about in a warm open environment.  Check the schedule to see what is coming up. Where: 750 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 2J2 at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (JCC). Phone: (416) 924-6211. When: doors open … Continue reading Culture, Arts and Ideas

Ontario Making College and University More Affordable for Adult Learners

Mature Students Could Qualify for Free Tuition with New Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) Posted as a News Release January 17, 2017 1:30 P.M. by Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. “Ontario is transforming student assistance to make college and university more affordable, including free tuition for qualifying adult learners, so that they can go back to school and upgrade their skills. Deb Matthews, Minister … Continue reading Ontario Making College and University More Affordable for Adult Learners

Edmonton, Alberta Education Career Fair

Connect with school boards from across Alberta and Canada as well as International Recruiters looking to hire new teachers and Education graduates List of Exhibitors for Education 2017  includes employers from these provinces and territories in Canada- Alberta, BC, Quebec,Yukon and Saskatchewan, and these countries- Mexico, Jordan, UK, China, Korea, Macau and Sweden.  Employers are looking for candidates with education degrees and credentials.  Where:  Education Fair: 10 a.m. … Continue reading Edmonton, Alberta Education Career Fair

Visit a Farm in the City

Visit scenic Riverdale Farm’s 7.5 acres with pathways through wooded areas, ponds, and into butterfly-herb-flower-vegetable gardens Riverdale Farm features a historic working farm, scenic pathways, pig and poultry barn, historic Francey Barn, Simpson House, Meeting House, the “Residence” and Old Zoo Ruins. The farm offers programs and activities and a fall festival.  If you are up for more exploring in the neighborhood, stroll through the Victorian architecture of Cabbagetown. Where: 201 Winchester … Continue reading Visit a Farm in the City