Hoping to get some fresh air on your days off? The City of Toronto is planning to close sections of major streets this long weekend to give more room to pedestrians and cyclists. The initiative is designed to alleviate crowding so that you can enjoy the great outdoors while maintaining physical distancing.
Here’s a wonderful reminder that life carries on, even when it feels like the world has come to a halt: a new baby giraffe was born at the Toronto Zoo this week. They’re calling her Baby Long Legs – check out the article for some adorable videos of the newborn with her mom!
Seniors in Canada are facing increased social, economic, and health challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic. To help offset some of the financial stress, the Government of Canada has introduced new support measures for seniors, including a one-time payment of up to $500.
Have you been having a hard time adjusting to your new work from home routine? Check out these helpful tips from small business coach Valeri Hall Little on how to set up a productive home office – even if you don’t actually have a home office to work with.
Here’s something to restore your faith in humanity: Moet, a sweet Persian cat who went blind due to neglect, has not only found a happy, loving home, but has also become a social media star.
Do you know a high school student with questions about their financial future? CI Investments has partnered with JA Central to present two free webinars dedicated to teaching personal finance and money management skills to teens.
Are you in need of a little inspiration today? Bestselling author James Clear has you covered: he’s compiled the transcripts of dozens of insightful speeches from successful people around the world on his website.
Like many other events this year, The Hot Docs Festival in Toronto had to be postponed due to COVID-19. Now, after weeks of deliberation, they have moved the entire event online.
Longing for adventure while you’re stuck at home? Airbnb can give you the next best thing. They’re offering a wide range of unique virtual experiences with hosts from around the world, including cooking classes with families in Morocco and guided meditation with sleepy sheep in Scotland.