We all love to hear stories. They kindle our imaginations, spark our curiosity and hold our attention through suspense about what will happen next.Read More
Climate Action: Support Our Children in their Fight to Save the Planet By Carrie Tai, co-founder of Neighbours for the Planet.
Are you one of those people who feels like anything you do won’t make a difference when it comes to the Climate Crisis? If so, then you must not have heard of Greta Thunberg!Read More
Of course this is a comedy. An older and younger couple both inadvertently rent the same cabin for a long weekend, and concede to share it. And they share life experiences.Read More
In the first article of this series, I explained what meditation is. In the second, I wrote about why we might want to do it and, in the last one, I explained how to do it.Read More
Do you have children or grandchildren, nieces/nephews in school? Are they concerned about the Climate Crisis? Encourage their school to sign up for a Virtual Assembly.Read More
New adventures of a new school year bring excitement to many children. A new school year can also bring challenges.Read More
celebrating a milestone: the first vivastation canopies are coming to Yonge Street in Richmond Hill!
It’s been a busy summer so far as crews continue work along Yonge Street. If you’ve been travelling along Yonge in Richmond Hill lately, you’ll notice that new vivastations are under construction at Scott Drive and Gamble Road.Read More
Climate Action: What Can You Do? Some thoughts from Carrie Tai, co-founder of Neighbours for the Planet.
According to the October 2018 report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), we have 12 years to cut our carbon emissions in half. That was last fall. After this election, we will be left with 11 years.Read More