By Aaron Zaretsky
New Year’s resolutions are an embodiment of a New Year. Resolutions are hard to maintain. Some are expensive while others are time-consuming. However, listed below are 5 resolutions that can be accomplished under 10 minutes, easy to sustain, and are at no cost. These New Year’s resolutions can improve your health and your life overall by reducing stress, and controlling the one thing you have most control over, your body.
By Giancarlo Aulino
On this episode of Beyond The Game, correspondent Giancarlo Aulino spoke to Sportsnet blogger Steve Dangle. Steve’s broadcasting career is unique in that he became known for his LFR, Leaf Fan Reaction videos on YouTube, in which he’d recap every Maple Leafs game. He is now in his 12th season of creating LFR videos and hosts his own sports podcast along with radio personality Adam Wylde titled: The Steve Dangle Podcast.
By Carol Salinas
Do you remember your last act of kindness followed by the radiating feeling of warmth and joy engulfing your being? There are a number of perks to being kind towards others especially without the expectation of getting something in return. But even the simplest deed of kindness always pays back and can benefit you in many different ways.
By Mireille Massue
The next time you hold a glass of clean drinking water, imagine staring into mucky water instead. Yes, the kind of ‘dirty water’ you wouldn’t even bring close to your lips. The water that causes cholera, diarrhea, vomiting etc.
By Aaron Zaretsky
The holidays are a festive, magical time for everyone to celebrate with their family and friends. Get into the holiday spirit, if you haven’t already, with these five budget friendly (under $30) events in the GTA.
By Carolina Salinas
Each year, Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Week (November 21 – December 01) is commemorated across the country to help raise awareness surrounding HIV/AIDS related issues. The awareness week is commemorated in line with the global observance of World AIDS Day on December 01, with a unified goal to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.