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Digital Journalist based in Mississauga, ON, Canada, Canada. Joined on Jul 5, 2011
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Warming up with Canada's first ever hot chocolate festival

Well, the groundhog spotting its own shadow may be a bummer, as the furry forecaster predicts a long winter, but why not warm up with a cup of hot chocolate at participating vendors in this year's first ever national Hot Chocolate Festival?

Toronto wraps up another season of the Christmas Market Special

Toronto - As the holidays near, the festivities for Toronto's annual Christmas Market wrapped up for another season. Inspired by the traditions of European markets, the event in Toronto offered many similarities, but without the possible language barriers.

Op-Ed: 'Tis the season to be kind. Thoughts on true meaning of Christmas

It happened: That moment where the timing of today's date (Dec. 1) caught me completely off guard. It's December and like so many who can relate, I'm already feeling the time crunch, with Christmas only a few weeks away.

Summer is here to stay, in Mississauga's Port Credit Special

Mississauga - Long strolls along the boardwalk, fishing and lounging on the patio are some obvious signs that summer fun isn't quite yet over in Port Credit, a prominent lakefront community located in Mississauga, Ontario.

What drivers should do when they're in an at-fault car accident Promoted

When a driver is determined to be at fault in an accident, this anxious situation often invites a number of fears and unknowns along with it.

Elizabeth Gilbert reads from new novel at Toronto book signing Special

Toronto - 'Eat, Pray, Love 'author Elizabeth Gilbert arrived in Toronto yesterday, kicking off the official tour of her latest novel, 'The Signature of All Things. ' It was the author's first public appearance for the new book.

What drivers need to know after getting into an accident Promoted

After being in a car accident, drivers might feel anxious about what to do next, including how to file a report and assessing damage to a vehicle. Read on to learn the best tips on covering your bases post-accident.

Toronto welcomes touring sculptures by Ai WeiWei Special

Toronto - Toronto welcomed some of the latest works of art by acclaimed Chinese artist Ai WeiWei, at a ceremony in Nathan Phillips Square. Representing the signs of the Chinese zodiac, 12 sculptures of animal heads are now on display.

A day with dad: Father's Day traditions from two families Special

Mississauga - For Scott Leamon, spending Father's Day could be summarized in three simple words: "It was great." A new dad to twins, the day started off spending time in solitude with his wife Allison and their children, as the four snuggled up for a nap.

Dating app for iPhone rising in popularity

Numbers released by Tinder, a dating app for iPhone, show it is gaining in popularity for many users, including college and university students, with thousands of daily downloads being reported.

First-year art students host gallery on campus Special

Toronto - Moments before the gallery doors opened at the university of Guelph-Humber, the tell-all signs of an exhibition were everywhere, complete with linen draped tables, food and drink, soft background music,and of course, the works of art themselves.

The Social Cupcake shop celebrates one year of business Special

Mississauga - The sweet smell of success poured out of The Social Cupcake's ovens,on the bake shop's first anniversary. Owners Jennifer Waring and Dina Sahlas hosted an event to mark the special occasion, reflecting on the year passed with pride and excitement.

Spoken word artists to students: Poems are still relevant Special

Waterloo - Four internationally acclaimed poets and spoken word artists were asked what social justice and equality mean to them, and how those topics are addressed in their writing, at a discussion panel held at Wilfrid Laurier University.

Director visits Toronto theatre for 'Ginger and Rosa' screening Special

Toronto - Movie goers were treated to a special question and answer period with film director-writer, Sally Potter, on Monday, after the advance screening of 'Ginger and Rosa,' a story about two best friends growing up during the the Cold War.

Mall Santa shares over 30 years of experience on the job Special

Etobicoke - Every year for Christmas, Vince Ciccheli steps into the shoes of the busiest man during the holiday season, to work as a mall Santa. It’s a role that’s brought with it many fond, heart filled memories, he says.

Shoe museum inducts Canadian humanitarian's boots Special

Toronto - Nigel Fisher and his boots have walked through some of the most remote and dangerous places in the world, but now, visitors to the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto may catch a glimpse of them, where the long-time UNICEF humanitarian has been inducted.

People: Channing Tatum is Sexiest Man Alive

Channing Tatum is People's Sexiest Man Alive for 2012. Announced on Wednesday, Tatum joins Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Johnny Depp and more past winners.

'Fat blocking' Pepsi launches in Japan

A new Pepsi drink, called 'Pepsi Special,' is now available in Japan, claiming to contain a special 'fat blocking' ingredient to assist with weight loss.

Is the world running out of coffee?

The days of enjoying your morning cup of coffee may be numbered, according to a new report from UK researchers.In it, the data shows by the year 2080, climate change could very well wipe out the beans needed to produce one of the world's largest exports.

Mississauga: Profile of a dynamic city Special

Mississauga - As Canada's sixth largest city, there are many reasons Mississauga continues to be in the spot light. Home to one of the longest serving mayors in urban history, booming infrastructure and a growing population, shifting changes are plain to see.
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