Issue: February/March 2020
- What are your 2020 Oscar Predictions?
- Embracing a New Winter Attitude
- March Break Adventures
- Everyone Has A Role Model
- Weather Might Be Frightful But Fashion Doesn't Have To Be
- Let Your Child Pursue Their Dreams
- One of the Biggest Infrastructure Projects in Toronto's History
- Sampling The World In Toronto
- Beaches Living Guide Online
- Holiday Greetings...
Tag Archives: Oct/Nov 2008
The Ad Company at Queen and Coxwell discovered the secret that aften escapes the world of design, that is, “We design for our paying customers.” Owner and designer Gerry Tate, along with Creative Director Joan Mann, understand that listening to customer needs is what it’s all about, particularly when you are designing company catalogues, corporate identities, web sites and ad … <entire article…>
On a crisp day, there’s nothing more magical than our favourite “comfort food”, soup! You can turn leftovers into a great tasting, nutritious soup. Hot soup makes you feel better when you are “under the weather”. Soup is part of the recommended 8 cups of water per day. Having a bowl of soup before a meal boosts your appetite and … <entire article…>
It is harvest time and many families not only celebrate with holidays like Thanksgiving, but also through cultural traditions that brings many families together and preserve the sunshine of summer’s bounty through the long winter months. One Saturday morning, our director Hong Zhao discovered her Italian neighbour doing just that. Outside in the warmth of an early September morning, Frank … <entire article…>
What you don’t know could fill a cornucopia. North America – Thanksgiving was brought to North America by European settlers and first held in Canada in 1578. This celebration evolved out of the Jewish holiday of Succot, an ancient harvest festival of the Israelites. Ancient Egypt – This spri ng-time harvest festival was dedicated to the honor of Min, their … <entire article…>