People & Events
He's won multiple Grammy Awards, belongs to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and is the man behind several iconic and timeless tunes so, if you love music James Taylor's appearance at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton on May 8 is one you won't want to miss. More
This summer, potter Emma Smith is working on her biggest project yet. I'm going to build a wood kiln, says Smith. More
Festival fever: Three-day Oakville Film Festival hits town in June Read More..
True North Gallery opened recently in the historic Victorian Village of Waterdown Read More..
The Age Quencher Beauty System claims to help fight the signs of aging from the inside out. Read More..
The Rock Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens has been the centre between Burlington and Hamilton for more than 80 years and has recently undergone a major facelift. Read More..
This summer Golf Canada and Landmark Sport Group, Inc. will be launching the inaugural RBC Canadian Open 5K. Read More..
The late CEO of Mississauga's Living Arts Centre (LAC) and former publisher of The Mississauga News is being memorialized through the new Ron Lenyk Inspiring Youth Arts Award Read More..
Homeowners in the Port Credit area will open up their beautiful gardens to the public for the 11th year during the annual Canadian Cancer Society Spring Garden Tour. Read More..
It's been almost two decades since he's been in Hamilton and country music superstar Garth Brooks is set to make his triumphant return with a concert on March 26 at the FirstOntario Centre. Brooks, who released Man Against Machine his first new studio album in more than a decade last year, is joined by Trisha Yearwood. Read More..
After 20 years in the decorating and design field, Barb TenEycke gave up her day job. My interior design clients were asking for something custom and that's how it all started, says TenEycke. Eventually this love affair with painting grew more and more, and gradually I decided this is what I want to do. Read More..
Mental illness is increasingly threatening the lives of our children, with Canada's youth suicide rate the third highest in the industrialized world. Still considered a taboo topic to discuss, only one out of five children who require mental health services receives them. Read More..