The immersive Van Gogh exhibition of your dreams, a list of online concerts and shows you can stream from home this weekend, a futuristic hot-yoga experience, and a common-sense initiative to help feed the homeless. This week’s Good News.
Online museum adventures for kids, virtual food events for every palate, how one woman is using her bread-baking skills for good, and the best amateur canine crossing guard you’ve ever seen. This week’s Good News.
A fun way to support small businesses in your community, hug tunnels for long-term care homes, a creative online program for all age groups, and a concert for 2300 plants. This week’s Good News.
How to celebrate Father’s Day during lockdown, a promising new coronavirus treatment, a typewriter orchestra, and an unlikely animal friendship. This week’s Good News.
The school year has come to an end, but many post-secondary students are still feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of choosing their major. Luckily, Ted Talk advice columnist Guy Winch has some words of wisdom that can help ease their minds.
Want to hear something un-bee-lievable? Thousands of honey bees were found on a stop sign in Whitby and transported safely to a local apiary.
Here’s some good news for you: the atmosphere in Canada has started to improve as the number of new COVID-19 cases continues to decline. It’s much easier to see the silver lining on the horizon than it was a couple of months ago. Starting next week, “good news of the day” will be “good news of the week”.
Need help putting up that new shelf or changing your car’s oil? A man who grew up without a father has started a new YouTube channel called “Dad, how do I?” to help others in a similar situation learn how to fix common household problems.
Hoping to shake things up at your next virtual hangout? This Uxbridge-based animal sanctuary is offering to let one of their most popular attractions – Buckwheat the donkey – drop in on your Zoom call.