4 Summer Getaway Spots for Families

By: Alexander Sciola Summer is quickly approaching, and for most parents, that is music to their ears. Pretty soon, the kids will be out of school, while parents plan a family vacation. For many families, this can seem like an overwhelming task as travel...

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Vanessa Grimaldi Gives Back to the Community

By: Marina Gentile Just before the Christmas holidays, Vanessa Grimaldi, a special education teacher from Montreal donated $50,000 to the English Montreal School Board (EMSB) through her No Better You Foundation. This money was donated in order to build s...

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The Psychology of Ghosting

By: Lydia Waruszynski   Breaking Up is Always Hard to Do But in the End It’s Important To Behave in Ways Which Won’t Come Back To Haunt You   Navigating high school romance is never easy. Adolescence is that developmental -and experimental-...

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Study Tips to Help your Child with Exams

By: Zoe Verelli Studying is not always an easy thing to do, especially for children. Their minds are active, and constantly in the midst of thinking, learning and doing. That’s why when it comes to exam time, children feel even more pressure to get a go...

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Canadian Pizzaiolo Fosters An Authentic Roman Experience

By Alyssia Rubertucci   Passion is what drives Italian-native Chef Michele Casaleto tend to his restaurant, Pizzeria Redipizza, every day from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Casale finds himself in the kitchen of his pizzeria early in the morning to ensure that h...

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P.K’s Playground

By: Stephanie Lopraino What better way to kick off Labor Day weekend than celebrating the 3rd annual P.K. Subban Foundation Gala. This past week, P.K. Subban returned to Montreal for his Foundation’s annual Gala which was hosted in Montreal’s Old Port...

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