Exploring the nature of people’s lives who live, work, and worship in our community.
To experience the world through a child’s eyes is to see again the wonder in the everyday, the surprise of the unfamiliar and the delight in the ordinary.
My mother’s cancer journey influences my work in palliative care.
I learned the joy of cooking from an immigrant mother whose sole instrument for measuring was her index finger.
I reach to check her blood pressure and listen to her chest because she says she is unwell.
The mysteries of my grandfather, a modern man.
From Afghanistan to Toronto, Malika Rasoli is building a new community and sharing the taste of Afghani cooking.
We’re expanding on our annual print issue and launching Imprint online in order to reach a wider audience, work with more creators and to engage with culture in the place where so much of culture is being formed—online.
Beside us and around us, we inevitably share the same sidewalks. We asked some of our neighbours to introduce themselves.
Every day, scores of children reach for the door of Children’s Book Bank in Regent Park. They turn the handle and walk into a new adventure every time.
Murray Bevan is a community advocate, a father figure, a recent widower, and a fantastic cook. He has lived at Dundas and Sherbourne for over a decade.