They say fashion speaks for itself. This brand (literally) does. OTARDA is a Toronto-made luxury clothing brand. Every piece in the collection makes a statement, with 25 per cent of the proceeds aimed at a foundation that aligns with its...
One of the best parts about spring in Toronto is the return of the charity event season. From the city’s arts and culture scene to medical-related issues, there’s no shortage of causes to support in the form of a ticket to a memorable party. Here are 6 to mark on your calendar now
A US man is making the life of impoverished children better, one shoe at a time. Kenton Lee has invented a show that grows along with growing feet and lasts for up to five years. The durable shoe can take children all the way through to grade 9
Did you remember to wear a pink shirt today? Today is the International Day of Pink in support of anti-bullying and homophobia. The growing movement was started by two east coast teens in response to a classmate being bullied for wearing pink
Because he loved Toronto, Neil Wong started an Instagram account to promote the city’s beauty and talent. And because he loves Toronto, now that Instagram account is helping him feed the city’s homeless
There will be a super hero running in The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on Sunday. Toronto young professional JP Hernandez returns to run the marathon for the second year in a row dressed as Batman to support a cause he’s passionate about: SickKids Hospital
Teams of four will participate in a series of heart pumping and brain puzzling challenges all over downtown that will not only having you laughing, exploring and making new friends, but also helping contribute to United Way’s effort to tackle social issues. Here's why you should race this year
We think you ought to ditch kitchen duty tonight and head out for a post-work bite at one of the many Vancouver restaurants participating in this year’s annual Dining Out For Life fundraiser. Here's why