People & Events
A pair of Canadian country musicians roaring across the country will make a stop in Hamilton at the FirstOntario Centre on October 16. Dean Brody and Paul Brandt, who both have a number of Canadian Country Music Awards and Juno Awards to their respective names, are co-headlining the Road Trip Tour. More
Gordon Mitchell has a spectacular view from his family's Muskoka cottage. Over the years, the Georgetown artist had requests from his siblings to paint their favourite scene, but he declined. Last summer while looking out his cottage window he painted, The Point, Clear Lake, Muskoka. I thought now's the time, says the landscape artist. More
Building a hospital anywhere is a massive undertaking. Moving a hospital is Herculean. That's the task on the agenda of Halton Healthcare this fall now that construction of the 1.6 million square foot New Oakville Hospital on Dundas Street and Third Line is complete on time and on budget. Read More..
Outfit your canine companion in chic collars, leashes, charms and scarves from Toronto-based company HOUND. Read More..
Relax and escape the stress of every day life with the ever-growing trend of adult colouring books. Read More..
Local author and Burlington resident Jennifer Mook-Sang is releasing her debut book with the launch of Speechless. Read More..
Chia seeds, the superfood of the moment, get a boost of probiotics in the new ProactivCHIA from Prana. Read More..
Reusable bottle and canister brand Klean Kanteen has introduced a new lid for its Wide Vacuum Insulated collection providing a healthy and earth-friendly way to take your morning cup of Joe on the go with you. Read More..
Discover the artwork and artists of Mississauga during the 16th annual Lakeshore Art Trail taking place from 10am to 5pm on October 17 and 18. Read More..
On October 21 feast for a cause with the second annual Restaurants for a Change. Read More..
One of the most picturesque settings in the south of France proved to be memorable for artist David Peacock. We were staying in France outside of Aix-en-Provence and we drove to Montagne Sainte-Victoire where Cézanne painted many, many times, recalls Peacock. It was a dramatic sight it was wild and open and windy and stormy. Read More..
Journey, the band behind one of the most recognizable and frankly fun rock songs of all time, is coming to Hamilton's FirstOntario Centre on July 25. Music lovers of all ages can't help but know what's arguably the band's biggest hit Don't Stop Believin'. Read More..
It's not often a child looks outside of their own world to see the struggles of others but 11-year-old Oakville resident Alex Dinsmore is not like other kids. Read More..