Tunde Ertl: Holistic Practitioner, Event Organizer and Web Designer

Cynthia Cheng According to her biography, Tunde Ertl entered the healing business after leaving an emotionally abusive relationship.    Today, she is a trained and licensed Holistic Practitioner, Reiki Master and has been in the natural healing field for nearly 20 years.  For the past 10 years, Tunde has developed her skills as a telepath, and […]

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.  […]

Corporate Responsibility is Important – Poll

Last week’s question: How important is corporate responsibility (companies doing community service)? This one wasn’t hard to answer. Two-thirds of you (66.7%) believed that corporate responsibility was important because it showed that a company wasn’t all about making money.  That they cared about the community/communities as well.  However, some (at 20%), believe that it is […]

Philanthropy – Give What You've Got!

Kyle Bernstein In New York City, there is an entire social scene, nay, an entire social class, dedicated to supporting the greater good. Pages of magazines are filled with photos of beautiful people in vintage Dior attending auctions, benefits, and fundraisers created to raise funds to bolster a designated cause. That is the image conjured […]

Junior League of Toronto Recruitment Evening – September 10, 2008

The Junior League of Toronto, a women’s service/volunteer group with over 80 years of service, is holding its recruitment and information evening on Tuesday, September 10, 2008 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the League office, 539A Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto.  The League is looking for women who want to make a difference.  If you or someone […]

Working for Free Can Sometimes Yield the Biggest Payday

Kyle Bernstein Let’s clear the air right off the bat and acknowledge that we really do care about the ozone layer and the baby seals and the starving children in Africa.  Every December, we write checks to provide seeing eye dogs for the blind, food for the homeless, and funds to research cures for diseases. […]