Author Archives: Bulletin Editor

Toronto opens Downtown supervised injection site

Toronto Public Health (TPH) officially opened its doors Nov. 8, 2017 to the city’s first permanent supervised injection service. Located inside The Works at 277 Victoria St., this life-saving health service provides a safe and hygienic environment for people to ...

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Toronto Film Critics denounce Disney for blackout

Members of the Toronto Film Critics Association join with our fellow critics’ organizations stateside in denouncing the Walt Disney Company’s media blackout of the Los Angeles Times. Making this an international protest, we have voted to disqualify Disney’s films from ...

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Wildlife found dead on Woodbine Beach

Toronto Animal Services has removed 30 ducks and one heron found dead on Woodbine Beach Sunday morning and will be conducting tests to determine the cause of death. The tests will take approximately two weeks to complete. The ducks were ...

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Pedestrians of Downtown TO @ Yonge & Charles

Inspired by the vibrant Yonge Street corridor, the corner at Charles has become the site of a new mural by local artist Dave Setrakian. Torontonians and city visitors will be able to enjoy this joyful, bright, and uplifting artwork with a pinch of humour ...

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Ve’ahavta Annual Gala celebrates the ‘Power of Story’

In a world where stories of intolerance, hate and fear are dominating our daily news feeds, we need, now more than ever, to be inspired by people who are making a real difference. Starry Nights 2017, Ve’ahavta’s biggest fundraising event, ...

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Conquer the health hazards of travel

I’m sure many readers love to travel. I do too! After all, travel is associated with fun, education and happy times. No one intentionally leaves home to have a bad time. But travel can sometimes result in a “pukefest,” be ...

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Lucy Troisi appointed to replace Councillor Pam McConnell

At a special meeting of Toronto City Council Nov. 2, Lucy Troisi was appointed as Councillor for Ward 28 Toronto Centre-Rosedale. The appointment is effective immediately and until the current term of city council expires on Nov.r 30, 2018. Mayor ...

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What will your name be in God’s Kingdom?

(Part 1 of 2) “I think God will give me ‘Bubba’ as a new name,” says Andrew, age 11. “‘Bubba’ means like a good friend. I think everybody will have a good name in heaven because there is no evil there.” ...

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Toronto is a UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts

The City of Toronto and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) are proud to announce that Toronto is the first Canadian city to be designated a UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts for its ...

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Canine Trick-or-Treat party for St. Lawrence

Neighbourhood dogs in St. Lawrence (outsiders are also welcome) will go Trick-or-Treating in Crombie Park (SW corner of Sherbourne & The Esplanade) and compete for prizes. Separate prizes for best costume for big dogs and little dogs. All dogs will ...

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