Sunday, May 19, 2013 08:36 PM
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Canada’s First and Only Dematology Facility that Specializes in the Care of Ethnic Skin
Toronto: the most multicultural and ethnically diverse city in the world is finally getting the care it needs.
According to the United Nations, Toronto is the most ethnically diverse city in the
Naach Radio – Turn It Up And Naach! Finally, a 24/7 station dedicated to urban South Asians in North America
“Finally, there is a radio station that understands me!”
, “Nicki Minaj followed by my favourite Bollywood and Bhangra song on the same station! “You guys have
Nestled just inside the Northeast Corridor ' a short 40 minutes north of the nation's capital ' lies the port city of Baltimore, Maryland. The city is rich in history; perhaps most well-known for the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812, where Francis Scott Key penned what would become the
Ontario’s first female-led sitar school is now open in the heart of Toronto.
Celebrated sitarist Dr. Swarn Lata, who holds a doctorate in sitar instrumental music and has performed professionally for 30 years, has opened the Sitar Darpan School of Music at 61 Heintzman Street, Unit 1113
Lisa Rani Ray is in the news again now that she’s a Cancer Graduate. Lisa, along with partners and yoga teachers Paris Moghtader and Annette Mellor, are all set to open Moksha Yoga Brampton on May 8th, 2011.
Moksha Yoga is a series of postures practiced in a heated room. The series
Toronto’s Koreatown in the Annex is home to a new and potentially trend-setting café. Snakes & Lattes Board Game Café has no Wi-Fi, no laptops, but more importantly, no anti-social behaviour. I went on a Friday night to check it out recently and I was pleasantly surprised to see the
say the recent recession had either no impact or a positive impact on their business, according to a recent survey by RBC. Most entrepreneurs (65 per cent) believe the outlook
Despite operating during one of the worst recessions since the 1930s, more than half (56 per cent) of Canadian entrepreneurs
Do you have faith in your local police department?