People & Events
On October 21 feast for a cause with the second annual Restaurants for a Change. 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. 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..
Experience a unique take on theatre with the Driftwood Theatre Group's Bard Bus Tour. Read More..
Give your pets unlimited freedom with the new Passport Intelligent Cat Flap and Dog Door from PetSafe. Read More..
Tourism Burlington is now mobile-friendly with the recent launch of its new mobile web-app. Read More..
Calling all car enthusiasts! The Marques d'Elegance is returning to the GTA for a weekend of luxury supercars from Friday, August 21 to Sunday, August 23 with a trio of events. Read More..
Ride in style with the new colourful Classico collection of bicycles from OPUS. Combining modern technology with retro inspiration the Canadian company has created a classic line of bikes for the discerning urban cyclist. Read More..
Stay active and outdoors this summer with this great roundup of local events Read More..
As summer approaches, artist Julia Veenstra is imagining a sun-laden oasis. This time of the year, you start dreaming about going away and being able to lay out somewhere, she says. That's the inspiration for her latest creation. I just finished it and I'm in love with it, she says. Read More..
The Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) was created in 2003 and is mandated to help community-based organizations fight AIDS in Africa. Having funded more than 1,100 initiatives, the foundation is partnered with 300-plus community-based organizations in the 15 countries that have been hardest hit by the AIDS pandemic in Africa. It is Canadian grassroots organizations such as Grandmothers to Grandmothers that collaborate with SLF to make miracles happen. Read More..
The Queen of Canadian country is heading back on tour in North America after more than a decade and you can bet that Shania Twain's legions of fans are going to turn out in droves to check out her live shows. Read More..