Solmar Development Corporation, in partnership with CCS and Johnson Chou Architects, have created a site just outside of Bolton that is unique to Ontario, and possibly the entire country. It is called the Caledon Exchange and it has reinvented the traditional food bank.
Don’t call it a food bank, because it is much, much more than [...]
The holidays are quickly approaching and what better way to share the holidays than with sweet treats,family and friends.
These ultimate chocolate chip cookies are guaranteed to spread some holiday cheer.
Wrap them up as gifts or have them out at holiday parties to share with your guests!
4 Cups all purpose flour
2 Teaspoons baking soda
2 Teaspoons salt
Amanda Britton, Sarah Richardson, Sara Knol
This past weekend was the 3rd Blogpodium, and AyA’s 2nd time sponsoring this grand event. Blogpodium gathers bloggers alike, from all over, to educate themselves on successful blogging, with tips on creating content, gaining loyal followers, and turning blogs into businesses.
The keynote speaker this year was Toronto’s very own [...]
As most of you are probably already aware, and if you live in the GTA, experienced first hand, Toronto’s torrential downpour Monday afternoon left the city in shock. With 124mm of rain in only 2 hours, the city experienced flooding and a city wide power outage affecting more than 300, 000 homes. The power outage [...]
This weekend marks Canada’s 146th birthday and is officially the first long weekend of Summer!
There are plenty of activities to take part in on long weekends, and no matter what you and your family or friends are up to this weekend, we want you to have fun and be safe! Although the forecast in the [...]
‘Tis the season for giving, and this holiday season AyA chose to give back to the community by running a Toy Drive for Sick Kids.The Hospital runs a charity donation accepting new toys for the children and their families that spend the Holiday season at the facility. Although filled with incredible care and people, numerous [...]
On Monday October 1st, a small, usually quiet, street in Toronto, was bustling with neighbours and supporters who gathered to celebrate and welcome the newest homeowners to the community.
Lorena and Bryan Sinato had been living in a 6th floor apartment unit in a building experiencing numerous elevator issues.; this created a struggle for Bryan who [...]
Saturday night the city came alive for Nuit Blanche. It was my first time attending after many failed attempts previous years. The night featured art installations throughout the city of Toronto and gave a great insight into the direction which Canadian Contemporary art is heading.
We didn’t really have a detailed plan [...]
On Saturday September 8 YTGA (Youth Troopers for Global Awareness) held a fundraiser at the ‘New to Be’ Studio 89 Fair Trade and Artademic center Café for youth – by youth at 1065 Canadian Place, Unit 104 in Mississauga (Eglinton/Tomken).
YGTA is launching a social enterprise. What is a social enterprise, it is essentially a business [...]