Poa Studio – A Little Piece of Paris on Parliament St.

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Poa Studio is a Toronto-based concept store, featuring two specially curated locations offering luxury spa services, personalized shopping and yoga. Established in 2003, Poa is a warm and cozy nest in the downtown core. It is a hidden gem where you will discover Parisian clothing and accessories, hand-selected by the owner, exclusive to Poa Studio […]

Easy way to celebrate Halloween

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Contributed by Gerald Michaud, Broker-Manager – HomeLife/Realty One Ltd., Brokerage   If you’re looking to be festive this Halloween, are new to your area or are looking for ways to gather your friends & family for a spook-tacular time, read on! 1. Host a frighteningly good costume party. Halloween is one of the few socially […]

You’re Invited: Come and Celebrate Dixon Hall’s New Bus for Seniors!

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Contributed by: Dixon Hall.  On Thursday, September 12th from 2:00pm – 3:00pm, Dixon Hall is hosting a small celebration to officially launch our new bus! Our new bus will serve our Seniors Department, which supports seniors and adults with disabilities in the downtown east, enabling them to live independently, remain at home, and maintain community […]

How to Make the Most of Spring

Contributed by Laurie Ward. Laurie is a Toronto-based Shiatsu Therapist offering treatments downtown. She has been part of the health and wellness community for more than 20 years. Get more info and connect at laurieward.ca.   In Traditional Chinese Medicine spring is the time of cleansing, growth, creativity and renewal. It is represented by the […]

THE PICKY EATER PART 2

Contributed by: Letitia Mancini ~ Family Coach. Remember these key points when introducing new foods: Introduce one new food at a time. Introduce new food by associating it with favourite foods. If not tried; say nothing. Introduce new food while you are eating the same food with them. Your child is more likely to try […]

THE PICKY EATER PART 1

By: Letitia Mancini ~ Family Coach.  “What do you mean you don’t like pasta? You liked it yesterday!” Sound familiar?   No matter what a child is actually eating, parents always feel their children are not eating the enough of the right foods. Normally developing children with no medical reason to not eat will eat. […]

Beat the Cold with these Five Warming Spices

Contributed by Laurie Ward – Shiatsu Therapist. As I write this we are in the middle of a prolonged deep freeze. During these bitterly cold days it can feel impossible to warm up. Tumeric, cinnamon, ginger, peppercorns and cardamon are well known warming spices. Heat up your core by using them in your cooking or […]