Many people find mobility difficult after suffering a stroke but at least one Burlington stroke survivor isn’t going to let that stop him from moving on.
The Burlington Post 27/04/13
Partial right-hand amputee empathizes with the victims that lost limbs from the bombings at the Boston marathon.
The Burlington Post 22/04/13
Organic consumption is no longer just for hippies as more families make the switch and aim to be better informed about organic products.
The Sheridan Files 26/01/13
During this festive time of Christmas cheer, we check in at Shaarei-Beth El Congregation of Halton to see how Jewish families are celebrating their holidays.
The Sheridan Files 11/12/12
The proposition to reverse a section of the pipeline running from Sarnia to Montreal by Enbridge Inc. has Native groups and environmental activists concerned.
The Sheridan Files 27/11/12
The Spring and Summer 2013 collections featured at World Mastercard Toronto Fashion Week saw plenty of light fabrics, sparkle, and wearable pieces.
The Sheridan Sun 03/11/12
Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party leadership bid is creating political buzz and some are hopeful he will bring a new perspective to Canadian politics.
The Sheridan Sun 18/10/12
A follow-up of the effects of Oakville’s motorcycle noise by-law introduced last summer.
The Sheridan Sun 20/09/12
The latest trends from the wedding world at the Fall 2012 Mississauga Bridal Show.
The Sheridan Sun 14/09/12
The highlights from World Mastercard Toronto Fashion Week Fall/Winter ’12.
The Sheridan Sun 22/03/2012
Oakville restaurants indulge the town’s senses with fire, ice, and chocolate.
The Sheridan Sun 16/02/12
With the increasing fear of gun violence in schools, Peel regional police discuss lockdown procedures with Sheridan College.