TTC Apologizes, but it's NOT ENOUGH!

Cynthia Cheng According to the Toronto Star, the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) is apologizing for the so-called “missteps” of the past little while.  They are apparently going to increase the number of fare machines, improve customer service, install better microphones at fare booths among other things (including overhauling and retraining staff – training is definitely […]

Deborah McCracken: Helping Kids and Developing Communities

Deborah McCracken, originally from Toronto, Ontario, started The Olive Branch for Children, a Canadian NGO based in Tanzania (specifically in the Mbeya region), focusing on community development programs to bring sustainability to the area. This includes working with orphans and people living with HIV/AIDS. The organization runs both permanent and mobile clinics, educates people on […]

Profile: Catherine Carver, Fitness Model

Caileen Weitz The muscular arms, evident under 22-year-old Catherine Carver’s green long-sleeved shirt, are a result of rigorous weight training and being a figure and fitness model. Figure and fitness is part of the International Federation of Body Building and Fitness. It was created after body building with the hopes of generating more interest in […]

Junior League of Toronto's Super Saturday – January 31, 2009

If you missed the opportunity to attend the Junior League of Toronto’s recruitment info session on January 20, you have another chance to find out about the JLT by attending Super Saturday on January 31, 2009.  The event will be held at 539A Mount Pleasant Road (fourth street south of Eglinton), starting at 9 am.  […]