In an effort to reconnect children with nature, one local school has gone to the birds. This past fall students at Fern Hill School, along with their families, attended a bird-banding workshop where they learned how to bird by ear, silhouette and behaviour and together were able to identify 33 different species.
Running and swimming and cycling to the podium.
Mark your calendars because the renowned Shaw Festival is back from April 10 to October 28.
What if you suffered a catastrophic injury or illness and were in long-term hospitalized care? It's difficult to imagine suffering an accident or illness so extreme as to result in living out your days hospitalized. But imagine for a moment you also were to spend that lifetime alone. Imagine you had no visitors to cheer your days. No visitors ever. A Burlington woman, Lisette Kingo, established The Angel Project with an objective to brighten the days of unfortunate people in this position.
Burlington family set to come home after a year of volunteering in Haiti.
The Breakfast Sandwich Maker from Hamilton Beach is the perfect solution for university and college students on the go.
Boating on the sparkling water of Honey Harbour, artist Joe Sampson reaches for his camera. “I can take up to 300 photos on a shoot and maybe a few are good enough to paint,” says Sampson.
Following the success of her first coffee table book, Dogs of Oakville, local artist and pet photographer Maria Bell has recently released the follow-up Dogs of Oakville, New Beginnings.
Relax and escape the stress of every day life with the ever-growing trend of adult colouring books.
Toronto restaurant e11even has just gained bragging rights to the best place to powder your nose, as the winner of the 2nd Annual Canada's Best Restroom contest.