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Knit one, help many|
Canada's birthday won't be the only one
celebrated this year. 2017 also marks
the 125th birthday of the Needlework
Guild of Canada (NGC), Toronto Branch,
whose mission statement is "to provide
new knitted goods and clothing to local
social agencies which care for those in
Smile when you say ricotta|
If you're looking around for the ricotta cheese for the recipe listed, check out International Cheese, (Santa Lucia Cheese) home of the most amazing fresh cheeses, including melt-in-your-mouth ricotta.
In the spirit of giving|
Well, well! Interact Assoc. (Canada's domestic debit network) is predicting Dec. 23 is going to be the busiest shopping day of the year, beating out Dec. 24 and Black Friday.
Be square at sweet bakery|
While visiting Mr. B's warehouse sale last week, I drove by a sign that pointed me in the direction of this wonderful, whimsical little bakery spot in Mississauga.
Churchgoer needs to say "Cheese"|
DEAR AMY: What is the best way to handle photographers at church who include other worshippers in their photos and videos unexpectedly?
Rate it: Celebs changing hair colours
Singers like Rihanna and Katy Perry change their hair colour on the whim, while some actors like ScarJo and Blake Lively do it to suit a movie or role. Whether it's bright red or simply black, these stars turn heads whenever they are snapped with a new hair colour. Have a look at our gallery and rate their looks.
Fashion Week arrives in Toronto|
The World Mastercard Toronto Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014 collections have landed on the runways at the David Pecaut Square in downtown Toronto for a week's worth of colour and vision from the fashion world's top talent.
Shakira shakes up the winter blahs|
Spring -- please come home! All is forgiven! As much as I'm a winter fan, even I have a breaking point and I've had enough with the lousy weather.
Still winter? Get a cool deal|
The snow and cold is really playing havoc with people's moods and dispositions. My family and friends all have a gaunt, pale, defeated look --I looked in the mirror and realized it's affected me. I've slipped on snow and ice, had my tires deflate in the cold and crunched up the side of my car against a pole. Twice I've fantasized about driving to t
He throws things; she may throw him out|
DEAR AMY: I've been in a relationship with a basically good man (we're both in our 60s) for three years. We have many things in common and enjoy each other most of the time, but some of his behaviour is very difficult and tiring to deal with.
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How Campbell House
was spared demolition|
During the century-and-a-half that it stood on the north side of Duke (renamed Adelaide St. E. when Adelaide and Duke were joined at the Jarvis St. intersection) opposite the top of Frederick St., the old house at number 64 had a wide variety of occupants.