The Toronto HomeShare Pilot Project is a provincially funded partnership between the National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly – housed at U of T – and the City of Toronto, that matches post-secondary students with older adults willing to rent their unused space for the academic year.
Doctor's Orders: The Montreal Museum of Fine Art (MMFA) partnered with the Médecins francophones du Canada doctors’ organization to let doctors write prescriptions for museum visits.
When British Prime Minister Theresa May appointed a minister of loneliness in January, it made news all over the world. Was a ministry devoted to something as intangible as a feeling seriously a thing? The jokes comparing the position to Monty Python’s “Ministry of Silly Walks” almost wrote themselves.
Some people become leaders no matter what their chosen path because their positive energy is so uplifting.
Even in tough times, they always find a way. They seem to live life on their own terms even when having to comply with someone else’s requirements. When they walk into a room, they make it come alive.
Benches, trees, multi-modal transportation, and local food are a few of the suggestions in the Center for Active Design’s new Civic Design Guidelines.
The rapid pace of change – and what it means for municipal leaders via Municipal World.
"In a poll, most Canadians thought that we were a top-five country for kids. We’re far from being a leading country.
Interesting trend. Bored retirees are turning to entrepreneurship.
Stuck? Looking to jumpstart new ways of thinking and fresh ideas?
The Windsor City Council Compensation Review Committee was disappointed that not a single member of the public showed up at a meeting this week to say whether the mayor and city councillors deserve pay raises.