On Tuesday, February 1 at 11:00 AM, Premier Doug Ford was joined by the Minister of Long-Term Care, Paul Calandra to announce the opening of a new long-term care home. Sharon Cochran, the chair of Lakeridge [Read More]
The real estate market has been booming over Covid and we are seeing pricing for houses skyrocket to new levels. I interviewed real estate agent Kim Alldread, from Team Alldread Re/max Rouge River Realty, about [Read More]
It’s February again, and this month brings in a special campaign from Seneca’s faculty to support its students. We Love Our Students Month is a series of fundraising events conducted by Seneca’s stewardship and fundraising [Read More]
Ontario half regains its freedom on January 30th by reopening restaurants dining rooms, gyms, and cinemas. After being close for 3 weeks, they are now allowed to resume operations at half capacity and people are required [Read More]
Welcome to episode 3 of In The Pocket with Mitch Smitten!
In today’s episode, I spoke to Klaire Lockheart about how femininity has been viewed in past generations and why the number of female artists in major museums is so tiny.
Episode 3: Bruce McArthur – The serial killer that preyed on Toronto’s Gay Village Theme/Description: Bruce McArthur, a Toronto landscaper responsible for the murders of eight men from the gay village who went missing between [Read More]
Trends come and go and beauty standards change over time. An increase of millennials are going under the knife to fit this years trendy looks and with the trendiest procedure having the highest morality rate [Read More]