For families staying in town for March Break, there are plenty of activities to try in the city and GTA.
The time change will come into effect at 2 a.m. on Sunday. Video
The findings have prompted the researchers to call for a reduction in the amount of caffeine in energy drinks and reduced access to the beverages for teens.
If you’re looking for an enjoyable way to spend a few hours with your kids this March Break, consider bringing them into the kitchen to whip up a delicious treat!
If you’re planning on staying at home with the kids this March Break, you’re going to want to plan a few special activities to keep the week fun and interesting.
An agency official confirmed in an email that no news releases were issued to the media to underline the anniversary.
However, smartphone maker wouldn't say how many customers were affected overall. (3)
It also announced a higher dividend, which will rise to 64 cents per Scotiabank common share starting April 28. (7)
Nutritional experts have been warning we eat too much, and in particular too much sugar. (1)
More than half of those surveyed said they were contributing as much as they could. Video
The number of people authorized to possess marijuana under the federal program has risen to 37,000 this year from fewer than 100 in 2001. (3)
The Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) has released several videos of the aging Toronto Zoo elephants roaming freely at their new home in northern California. (10)
Here are some things to keep in mind to get the biggest bang for your buck.
Some businesses are offering discounts to customers who leave their devices at the door.
Online registration for City of Toronto summer camps begins Saturday.
As our regular CityNews.ca series continues, we look at events happening in Toronto for a variety of ages and interests.
Months before his diagnosis with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, Joel Urnom did tests which confirmed he was in perfect health. (9)
Known as the "Polar Bear Capital of the World," Google visited Churchill with the assistance of the non-profit Polar Bears International. (1)
High-resolution satellite images are being increasingly used by scientists to get a look at animals living in remote, expensive-to-reach places.
Total revenue for the quarter was just under $1.17 billion, down nearly $129 million or 10 per cent from a year earlier.
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