Climate Action: What Can You Do? Some thoughts from Carrie Tai, co-founder of Neighbours for the Planet.

According to the October 2018 report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), we have 12 years to cut our carbon emissions in half. That was last fall.  After this election, we will be left with 11 years.

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Meditation, The Ultimate Stress Reducer: How to do it

This is the third article in my series about meditation.

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Call for Climate Action Catalysts. Youth Ages 16 to 24

Youth Challenge International’s Innovate MY Future program offers Canadian youth living in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area the opportunity to take action on local climate issues and make a real difference in their communities.

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Do you feed your brain with enough oxygen when you sleep? Some "Good Information to Know" presented by Dr. Ria Pudjo

What do mouths have to do with oxygen supply to the brain?

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Life-saving benefits of polarized lenses. An article presented by Dr. Radhika Chawla, O.D. (Optometrist)

The day is bright and sunny.  Optimal conditions for driving, right?  Wrong!  Blinding glare from sun and vehicles is a contributing factor to fatal vehicle accidents.

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The Richmond Hill David Dunlap Observatory Announced as Historic Designation

The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, Catherine McKenna has announced the Richmond Hill David Dunlap Observatory (RHDDO) as one of eight new national historic designations across Canada. 

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How to Grow Spiritually Every Day By Manisha Melwani, Teacher, Writer and Speaker

There are some universal practices and habits that are the cornerstones of living a spiritual life. Adopting them helps you grow spiritually.

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The Salvation Army's request for back to school items

The Salvation Army Richmond Hill is conducting a back to school backpack drive to assist community children and adults who will be going back to school. 

The program is offered from August 19 to August 28. 

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