By the time I was 17 years old, I had moved more than twice as many times as the average teen – between five cities, six schools and six homes.
Today, I’m a 28-year-old straggler. I’m currently unemployed, I’ve dropped out of three college programs and my parents pay for the majority of things I own.
Published on the front of the May 18 issue of the Toronto Star’s Life section.
A local elementary school’s students went on a water walk, buckets in tow and shouting ‘Save more water!’ hoping to highlight the importance of having access to fresh water.
Donna Lynn Watson, founder and director of Healthy Earth Bilingual Nursery School, opened the school in 1992. She was motivated to teach young children more than just play, but also to teach them about the environment and our role in it.
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Detroit Eatery was the first place long-time Danforth Avenue area resident and business owner Keiley Routledge went for breakfast when she moved to the community 30 years ago.
The use of flame retardants is a social justice issue, an environmental chemistry professor told a small audience at S. Walter Stewart Library on Oct. 2.
Women’s stories are often overlooked, marginalized, denigrated, and dismissed, says the biographer of the only known Canadian female held prisoner in Nazi Germany.
In November, some of Toronto’s first responders ditched their razors and embraced no-shave Movember.