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Pilot program at two library branches casts light on depression TAMARA SHEPHARD tshephard@insidetoronto.com Gabi Kresic eagerly basks in the bright lamp’s light at her neighbourhood Brentwood library branch.Toronto Public Library (TPL) is shining its own light on Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) by introducing light therapy lamps at Brentwood branch in Etobicoke and Malvern branch in Scarborough, as part of a pilot project launched last week.The lamps mimic natural sunlight to treat SAD, a type of depression related to lack of sunlight, particularly in winter."It has been an impossible winter," Kresic said, of Toronto’s dark and dreary days throughout January and into February. "I think everyone suffers from SAD. Some of us, it affects us more."In Canada, millions of people suffer from a degree of SAD due to lack of sunlight. Between two and three per cent of the population has full-blown SAD, with symptoms that include fatigue, decreased energy, sleep disorders, weight gain, irritability, and feelings of anxiety and despair. Another 15 per cent have a less severe experience, the Canadian Mental Health Association reported.Daily, Kresic sits beneath the bright lamp for half an hour, ever since reading a newspaper article about it last Friday. Normally, she visits the library monthly.

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Ensar Sehic uses a light therapy lamp at the Toronto Public Library Malvern branch on Toronto Public Library is conducting a pilot project to allow library users to use two light therapy lamps on a first-come, first-served basis at its Malvern branch in Scarborough, and at its Brentwood branch in Etobicoke. The lamps are used to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Canadian Mental Health Association research indicates two to three per cent of Ontarians have SAD, while another 15 per cent have a less severe experience. "For me, it’s not about the winter; it’s not about the length of the days. It’s the sunlight and the blue sky," Kresic explained of her need for sunlight. "You may not have sun on 40 C days in summer. For me, sunlight is essential."Kresic is such a fan - she once had a light therapy lamp at home - she has offered to purchase and donate a third lamp to Brentwood branch.Each library branch has two lamps. After a three-month pilot and feedback from users, the lamps could be expanded to other branches, TPL officials said.Kresic suggest-

ed library staff start a signup sheet, and consider hosting public lectures given by experts "not just about light therapy, but also other things you can do (to combat depression) ".Lillian Galati is also a fan of the lamps, and urges TPL to expand the program.Since Friday, Galati has trekked twice to the Brentwood branch to read beneath the lamps, despite the fact her neighbourhood library is Richview branch. She plans to make use of the lamps twice a week."It’s nice to get the heat and the light on you, especially when there is

none (outside)," Galati said, while reading The Nest, a novel by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney.Dr. Robert Levitan, a professor of psychiatry and physiology at the University of Toronto, who is the depression chair at U of T and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, welcomes the idea. Last year, TPL reached out to Levitan to inform him of the proposed service. Levitan told TPL officials no such service existed in Toronto, and that he supported the idea, said Alex Carruthers, manager of learning and communi-

ty engagement for TPL.TPL paid $240 for each therapy lamp, giving people who might not otherwise afford one to try it out.Information is available at each library branch outlining the therapy lamp’s use, who should avoid it and how to use it. It is recommended users sit or read in front of the lamp between 20 and 30 minutes. Users should sit two feet away and not stare directly into the light.People with retinal disease, macular degeneration or diabetes, and those taking melatonin, thioridazine or lithium, should consult a doc-

tor before using light therapy lamps, TPL advised.Although the program is only in its second week, Tiziano Vanola, who heads the Brentwood branch, said users’ feedback has been positive. Some people have asked if the program will be expanded and even if they can donate a lamp to the branch. "Some people actually said they experience the ’winter blues,’ and they plan on using the lamps on a regular basis," Vanola said.It is the first time the light therapy lamps are being used in libraries in Ontario.TPL considered the program after learning of the lamps’ use in libraries first in Edmonton, then in Winnipeg.In 2014, Robin Mazumder, an occupational therapist and MacEwan University instructor, donated three light therapy lamps to the Stanley A. Milner Library in downtown Edmonton.The Awesome Edmonton Foundation had awarded Mazumder a $1,000 prize for his bright idea to bring light therapy to public spaces. Mazumder found a willing partner in Edmonton Public Library.TPL selected the Brentwood and Malvern branches because both are busy locations, Vanola said. The pilot program runs until the end of April. Library staff encourage users to provide feedback by filling out a form at each branch or online https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/lighttherapylamp."At the end of the pilot project, we’ll collect all the data, see what feedback users gave us, and evaluate if we continue the project, expand it to other branches, and if we do expand, to which branches," Vanola said.

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Small, local efforts can make a big impact miles away Stories of crime, tragedy and hate often dominate the headlines and while it’s our job to accurately report on these events, the effect of its continual presence on readers is not lost on us. That’s why this week we’re sharing a story across all our newspapers. Inspired by the efforts of residents in Etobicoke, it serves as a shining example of the good that exists in this world - and how seemingly small, local initiatives can make the greatest difference in the lives of others living thousands of miles away. Those are the stories worth celebrating. Local hockey families donated gently used hockey gear to a collection by Rotary Clubs of Etobicoke and Palgrave, destined for First Nations youth in six northern Ontario reserves. Only in its second year, the drive netted 25 times more equipment than the first - a whopping 40,000 pounds of gear, thanks to the generosity of parents and kids here in Toronto. Our reporter Cynthia Reason covered those initial efforts and was extended a special invitation to see the story through to its conclusion. She traveled with Rotary representatives and Etobicoke-Lakeshore Councillor Mark Grimes to one of the reserves at Sandy Lake where 16 skids of hockey equipment was delivered to eagerly awaiting children. The detail that completed the experience? The Stanley Cup came too. Described as a ’historic first’ by Chief Bart Meekis, the Cup’s arrival in the remote community served as a reminder to local youth that opportunity exists for them, to "be all you can be." And certainly, receiving hockey pads, helmets, skates, sticks and jerseys helped fuel local hockey dreams. Something that may have seemed out of reach is now possible for these kids, thanks to the generosity of Toronto residents. It was also made possible by one Sandy Lake teacher who connected with Rotary to facilitate the donation. So we share this story to warm hearts. We share it to demonstrate how a small initiative can have a big, lasting impact in the lives of others. Those children will not forget the day the Stanley Cup arrived in their community, along with hockey equipment they couldn’t have afforded otherwise. These are the kinds of efforts we like to celebrate when they come across our news desks, because Toronto’s got more than its share of bad news. The good is also there, but sometimes it needs a little help getting up into the spotlight.

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Toronto’s immigrants learn their working rights When Pragosh Antonipillai was young, he and his cousins worked well over 40 hours a week at Tim Hortons.They didn’t get overtime, and didn’t ask. They worked 12 or 24 hours at a stretch when their downtown Toronto stores were short-handed. "We would sleep on sugar bags in the back because that’s what we thought it means to be a good worker," Antonipillai recalls. For a first-generation Tamil-Canadian, this was normal, even expected, he says. Antonipillai’s parents were proud; at 15 and 16 he was making more than his dad as a Canadian Tire cashier. But working 30 hours a week while in high school tired him out. "People would assume I’m just this terrible stu-

MIKE ADLER Edges of Toronto dent," says Antonipillai, who now volunteers with Tamil employees in Greater Toronto, including youth going through what he once did. His small group is a "diversity network" for the Toronto and York Region Labour Council, which also has volunteers from the Filipino, Chinese, Somali, Ethiopian and Eritrean communities.

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says, so parents thought, "you were working or you were in trouble." Antonipillai and Selvarajah say Toronto employers still "pit" recent immigrants who won’t insist on their rights against other Canadians. They know immigrant women, in particular, "have less resources to fight back," adds Antonipillai, who argues 90 per cent Toronto’s kitchen staff are Tamil for the same reason. Selvarajah meets seniors working in Tamil stores for $5 an hour, under the table, looking on their employers as friends. He tells them standing up for yourself, "isn’t a betrayal, it’s actually the right thing to do." Reach Mike Adler at madler@insidetoronto.com

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Ward 42 victor leaves his "perennial candidate" label behind MIKE ADLER madler@insidetoronto.com

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Neethan Shan took the losses and, for a time, took the ridicule. But now he’s a city councillor and a political hero to the people who believed in him most. Early in his career, Monday’s victor in the Ward 42 byelection was tapped by a Tamil-Canadian community eager to have a voice in all levels of government. In 2006, at age 26, the math and science teacher won a seat on York Region’s public school board. Shan, who worked with youth in Malvern, moved his young family to Scarborough and launched himself into municipal and

provincial politics there. On Monday, he could finally say Toronto has its first Tamil-Canadian councillor. "It was our resilience that got us here," Shan told Tamils in the crowd. The community went through civil war, and "came here with nothing," he said. Shan ran against Raymond Cho for Ward 42 twice, without success. He ran for MPP in Scarborough-Guildwood once, then tried three times to take the ScarboroughRouge River riding. Ontario Liberals greeted the third attempt with laughter: "Perennial candidate Neethan Shan continues his lifelong goal of surpassing John Turmel’s Guinness Book of World Records for most elections contested," the party said in a release last May. A few months before, in January 2016, Shan won a public school trustee post for the Toronto board’s

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Neethan Shan gets a hug from his wife Thadsha Navaneethan and son Karikalan after winning the Ward 42 by election in Scarborough. Ward 20, though some people said he’d leave the job for another opportunity. Shan answered by saying it’s "not about how long you stay, it’s about the work you do while you’re there," adding his life’s calling was to use his voice for people. "This is one of the many ways I’ll do it." Shan rarely hit back

when attacked. After getting nearly 46 per cent of votes in a field of 29 candidates Monday, he started his victory address by calling wife Thadsha Navamanikkam to his side, saying she’s been "a driving force" and inspiration. "This perennial candidate comes with a wife that perennially supports me,"

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David Sanders, a spokesperson for the local. "People are still stuck making poverty wages, and neither the university nor Aramark have done anything to address that," he said. Most of Aramark’s UTSC servers make $11.50 an hour, just above minimum wage. At Downsview, most are making $12.21, but servers at U of T’s downtown St. George campus who work directly for the university get $20 an hour, which the union considers a "living wage" in Toronto. The union said the approximately 200 employees it represents at Downsview will also go on an indefinite strike, as of Thursday, Feb. 16. The UTSC administration said the strike there will close some campus food outlets and reduce hours at others, but there will be other options available for food. "We see these employ-

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Jamuna Kakunthan pickets with food servers at the University of Toronto Scarborough during a one-day strike to protest what their union, UNITE Here Local 75, calls "poverty wages" on the campus and at York University’s Downsview campus. ees on campus every day -they’re a part of our community and we appreciate what they do," Don Campbell, a UTSC spokesperson, said last week. "It’s also their legal right to strike and we fully respect that process, but

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Registration tips for spring/summer recreation programs Most popular programs will fill up in minutes DOMINIK KUREK dkurek@insidetoronto.com Registration season for spring/summer recreation programming is coming up in Toronto and parents and recreation program users will be happy to know the city has made significant improvements to its much-maligned customer experience. Registration for spring/ summer programming starts at 7 a.m. on the following days: l Saturday, March 4 Etobicoke York district l Sunday, March 5 Scarborough district l Tuesday, March 7 North York district l Wednesday, March 8 Toronto and East York district The most popular programs will fill up within minutes. The city has improved its online system dramatically by increasing server capacity, which allows more people to use the system simultaneously. This will reduce the wait times people have experienced in the past. Plus, officials have improved the user interface to make searching for programs easier and registering simpler. "We’ve been working over the last year to improve the overall experience that customers have," said Howie Dayton, director of community recreation at the city’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation department. Besides an improved online system, the city will have more staff at its call centres with longer call centre hours for customers to register by phone on registration days. The city has already seen positive results from the improvements it has put in place. During the December sign-up period, 26 per cent more registrations were

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Participants take part in a parent toddler drop in swim at Agincourt Recreation Centre. The City of Toronto is expecting a busy spring/summer recreation season. completed in the first hour than the previous year, Dayton said. But, it’s still important that anyone planning to register for programming plans ahead of registration day. Dayton recommends people use the Get Ready to Register planning tools that are available at www.toronto.ca/funguide. This Family Day Monday, Feb. 20, the city will host Get Read to Register information centres in each district. Visit the website for locations and times. Additionally, the city will extend its call centre hours on March 1, 2, 3 and 6, running from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. for people to ask questions. Call 416338-4FUN. The online system includes a search tool that allows people to seek out the

program they want, and where they want to take it, and mark favourites for programs they will try to register for on registration day. People should have their family and personal accounts ready before registration day. People should also have backup options as well in case their preferred programs fill up. You can also put yourself on a wait list for a program in case some participants pull out or if the city opens up additional spaces. Typically, people registering for programs are in the system right at 7 a.m. Summer camps and children’s learn-to-swim programs are most sought after and fill up quickly. This summer, the city plans to offer 84,500 summer camp spaces, 66,000

learn-to-swim spaces and 30,000 general program spaces in arts, sports and fitness for all ages. This doesn’t include things such as summer leisure drop-in programs happening at pools, community centres or gymnasiums across the city. The city of Toronto prides itself on its quality programming that is affordable and inclusive. As an example, children’s summer camps could range from $40 to $150 per week. There are a number of community centres across the city where all programming is free, including registered and drop-in programs. For families who can’t afford paid programming, the city’s Welcome Policy can provide financial assistance. For details, visit www.toronto.ca/wp.

In 2015, the city provided 622,000 hours of instructional programs, and Toronto sees an 81 per cent usage rate for those programs. While the usage rate is high, not all programs are filled and Dayton suggests people try them out. "The City of Toronto invests in quality of life. Recreation is essential to healthy and active living, social development for persons of all ages, whether its children, youth, adults and older adults," he said. One Toronto dad, Phil Vlach, is glad the city made recent improvements. The father of two remembers the days when he and his wife would circle programs in the city’s FUN Guide book, cross things out, make more circles, and then struggle to register their children on regis-

tration day. It was such an awful experience, he built a mobile app for iOS devices that helped users find programs and fill out certain fields for them. It was a lot of work to build the app, but he was happy to help other parents. "(The city has) come a long way and I’m glad they have. My goal with all this was, quite honestly, to help my family out and my circle of friends, and if other people benefited, fantastic," Vlach said. He said his app won’t be available for March registration. The city plans to continue improving the current online system and to roll out a new technology in 2018 that will make the user experience event better. For more information, visit www.toronto.ca/torontofun.


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Don’t believe the budget hype

RAHUL GUPTA rgupta@insidetoronto.com boosters. This is all true. If Toronto Council votes in favour this week, the TTC will have received an even higher operating subsidy from city coffers, one even more generous than last year’s record allotment. Never mind whether Toronto should get more of a hand from other levels of government for running one of the largest transit systems on the continent this is still a lot of money.But here’s where the sleight of hand comes in: even with all that cash

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It’s budget time in Toronto, a magical period when abstract numbers get bandied about like essential truths, and political announcements are rife with promises of funding to come. Take the TTC, which saw a hit to its revenue in 2016 thanks to lower than anticipated ridership. The TTC, which had to trim from its already pulped operating budget thanks to a mayoral edict, and liquidate its cash reserves just to reduce its projected deficit for this year. That same TTC will receive an $80-million funding boost to its annual subsidy from the city, it was announced this week by Mayor John Tory with a beaming Josh Colle, chair of the TTC, at his side. The money stands as part of a "historic" investment in transit, another glowing example of this mayor’s commitment to get the city moving, say his

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threatening to burst the TTC’s wallet George Costanza-style, you the regular transit taker aren’t likely to see a requisite boost in the form of better service. The reality is no one or two or even three-time boost to spending is going to create a rush of new service, no matter what elected officials say, not when there’s little guarantee the same funding levels will stay in place for in the future. If Torontonians want a consistent amount of service befitting a major city’s transit system, they need to demand consistent fundings, not one-time payoffs. You get the service you pay for.

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Youth walk-in mental health program expands services JUSTIN SKINNER jskinner@insidetoronto.com From bullying to depression to anxiety, the ’What’s Up’ walkin program has helped countless children and teens deal with stress, mental illness and addictions counselling. Now, thanks to $200,000 in funding from the Echo Foundation and the Royal Bank of Canada, the program is set to widen its reach. Already operating out of six locations across the city - What’s Up walk-in clinics are located in south and northeast Scarborough, North York, Etobicoke, York and downtown - the service is expanding to support youth aged 19 to 24 and add Tagalog, Cantonese, Mandarin, Farsi and Tamil language services. "We had previously only been serving young people up to the age of 18," said What’s Up walk-in lead agency network manager David O’Brien in a recent interview. "We wanted to make sure we were there for young people once they were past that age." The service is free of charge, requires no referrals or appointments and allows young people to speak with trained professionals about some of the issues they’re facing. Most sessions last about an hour, and many clients are return visitors. "About eight per cent of the people we see are dealing with suicidal thoughts," O’Brien said. "It’s something they need help

with and we’re embedded right in their community." He added that many What’s Up walk-in clients come from marginalized or racialized communities, which makes having counsellors working in several languages an important step forward. Demographic studies

showed that certain languages are more common in some pockets of the city, allowing the agency to allocate its resources appropriately. By allowing clients to speak in their native tongues, the clinics will break down a serious barrier to mental health care.

"We noticed some people had difficulty using translators in a confidential therapy setting," O’Brien said. "And often, even when the children and youth did speak English, it can be isolating for a parent to have a child who’s going through a mental health issue."

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its Ontario150 program, an offshoot of Canada’s sesquicentennial. Submissions should take a long-range look at improving the lives of Ontarians over the next 150 years by tackling some of the deepest challenges the province faces. "Disruptive technologies. Political detachment. Poverty, water shortages and food insecurity. These are just some of the po-

tential challenges facing us in the coming years. To achieve a world that works for everyone will require bold and creative ideas," Dowdeswell said. Submissions are due March 6, with finalists selected and invited to present their ideas at a series of events in September. To enter, or for more details, visit, www.thewalrus.ca/LGvisionariesprize.

The expansion will run as a one-year pilot project, after which the organization hopes to find more sustained funding to keep the increased services running. For more information on the clinics, visit www.whatsupwalkin.ca

Write your six-word story about ’The Six’ Toronto residents are invited to take part in a massive art project describing the Six using their own six words. The My City, My Six (MCM6) initiative asks participants to come up with a six-word story that highlights what Toronto has to offer. MCM6 will be part of the city’s "TO Canada with Love" contributions to the nationwide Canada 150 celebration, and will also be part of this year’s Cultural Hotspot, which takes place in east Toronto. Toronto poet laureate Anne Michaels has already contributed her own six-word story - "We belong where love finds us" - to the collection of stories. Others have already begun chiming in on Twitter using the #MyCityMySix hashtag. Six local arts service organizations - Arts Etobicoke, East End Arts, Lakeshore Arts, North York Arts, Scarborough Arts and UrbanArts - will offer workshops and word-a-thons around the concept from March through May. Select submissions will be displayed at an exhibition which will be shown at various sites across Toronto, including City Hall, TTC stations, the six local arts service organizations, and other public spaces. Those looking to get involved can send their six-word story to culturalhotspot@toronto.ca through May. For more information on the project, visit www.toronto.ca/culturalhotspot.


New executive director appointed at Heritage Toronto ranks to serve as both associate managing director and vice president of Human Resources and Planning. During her tenure at TIFF, the film festival grew from six to more than 140 employees, with an additional 2,400 annual volunteers. Her new role with Heritage Toronto will be to further the agency’s mandate to enhance the understanding and appreciation of Toronto’s past and present among residents and visitors through education,

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commemoration, and celebration of the city’s diverse people, places and events. "As we look at the world stage today, it is more important than ever to understand our shared histories to build a compassionate city which honours its diverse stories and strives to ensure each resident feels reflected, and has a voice, in its future," Bain said in a statement. For more information about Heritage Toronto, go to www.heritagetoronto.org.

Cree artist brings exhibit to U of T part of Canada 150 celebrations before heading off on tour across the country. The exhibition will include Monkman’s own paintings, drawings, sculptures and dioramas, as well as historical artifacts and artworks borrowed from museums and private col-

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Vimy Ridge is a story of bravery and sacrifice, The Vimy Foundation reports.The Germans had successfully resisted earlier Allied attacks and heavily defended the ridge when Canadians took it. The Germans retreated.Canadian assault troops went over the ridge in early morning Easter Monday, 1917. They attacked in to enemy lines amid snow, sleet and driving wind. Some 3,593 Canadian soldiers were killed during the battle.France granted Canada 107 hectares of land at Vimy to build and maintain a memorial in appreciation of Canada’s war efforts.

lections from across Canada. "Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience" tells the story of Canada in chapters through the eyes of Monkman’s alter ego, Miss Chief Eagle Testickle, from present day to 150 years before confederation.

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ANDREW PALAMARCHUK apalamarchuk@insidetoronto.com Scarborough students got a lesson on the modern civil rights movement in Canada from the sister of the woman who helped start it. Viola Desmond, a successful Nova Scotia entrepreneur, refused to leave a whites-only area of a movie theatre in 1946 and was jailed, convicted and fined. Her court case was the first legal challenge of racial segregation brought forth by a black woman in Canada. Desmond’s sister, Wanda Robson, 90, spoke to students at Chartland Junior Public School in Scarborough on Thursday, Feb. 9 as

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Wanda Robson, sister of Viola Desmond, autographs a book for teachers and students during a visit to Chartland Public school. Viloa Desmond is slated to appear on the $10 bill in 2018. Desmond wasn’t successful in quashing her criminal conviction though her case helped start the modern civil rights movement in the country. Desmond was granted a posthumous pardon in 2010, and she will be the first Canadian woman to be

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’Mother languages’ celebrated at festival Canadian Parliamentary Poet Laureate George Elliot Clarke and youth of different backgrounds will speak about the importance of keeping "mother languages" alive at a Scarborough event on Sunday. Feb. 19. The Mother Language Festival, at 4 p.m. in the Albert Campbell Library on

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Subrata Kumar Das, the group’s executive director, said this week. The free Feb. 19 Festival also includes a screening of the film Mother Tongue, and a short dance drama depicting events in 1952 inspiring what would become International Mother Language Day.


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*Cash prices are plus H.S.T. and licence only, and lease payments quoted are weekly plus H.S.T. and licence only, and administered via pre-authorized payment on a bi-weekly basis and are OAC. Payments quoted include the GM Autoshow Bonus of $750. If trading in a vehicle that has been licenced and insured for the past two months, or retiring a current lease, an additionalTrade-In bonus of $1,000 is available to qualified purchasers/lessees. All lease payments are based on a kilometre allowance of 20,000 per year, duration, interest rates, and residuals as described. Other lease and finance terms are available OAC. Vehicles may not be exactly as shown and may not include accessories that have been installed for display purposes only. First two years of oil changes covered by GM, as per the oil life monitor or 12,000 kilometre intervals, 2 oil changes per year, for a period of two years. Some vehicles may require factory order or dealer trade. Autoshow offer ends April 30, 2017 with final delivery prior to June 30, 2017 in the case of a factory order andTrade-In bonus valid to February 28, 2017 only. Please see Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC for complete details.


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Offers available from February 1 – 28, 2017. **$2,200/$2,000/$2,980 No Charge All-Wheel Drive upgrade is available on new 2017 Rogue (excluding S FWD and SV special edition FWD)/2017 Murano (excluding S FWD)/2017 Pathfinder (excluding S 4x2)models purchased or financed with NCF at standard rates and delivered between February 1 – 28, 2017. Offer consists of a discount that can only be used at the time of initial purchase/finance and applied towards: (i) the purchase of an All-Wheel Drive system from an authorized Nissan dealer; and/or (ii) the purchase price of the vehicle. ~Standard rate finance cash of $10,000 applicable on approved credit, when financing ad new 2017 Titan Crew Cab Platinum (AA00/ AA50) through Nissan Canada Finance Inc. (“NCF”) at standard rates. Incentives will be deducted from negotiated selling price before taxes. Incentives cannot be combined with lease rates, subvented lease/finance rates or with any other offers. Payments cannot be made on a weekly basis, for advertising purposes only. *Representative monthly lease offer based on a new 2017 Rogue S FWD/2017 Murano S FWD/2017 Sentra SV CVT/2017 Pathfinder S 4x2 at 0.99%/1.99%/1.99%/1.99% lease APR for 60/60/60/60 months equals monthly payments of $258/$377/$214/$396 with $1,495/$0/$0/$0 down payment, and $0 security deposit. Lease based on a maximum of 20,000 km/year with excess charged at $0.10/km. Total lease obligation is $16,952/$22,609/$12,859/$23,780. Lease Cash of $500/$0/$2,275/$0 is included in the advertised offer. ▲Models shown $38,024/$46,474/$28,029/$59,026/$50,404 Selling price for a new 2017 Rogue SL Platinum (PL00)/2017 Murano Platinum (AA10)/2017 Sentra SR Turbo CVT Premium (RL00)/2017 Titan PRO-4X (AA00)/ 2017 Pathfinder Platinum 4x4 (AA00). All Pricing includes Freight and PDE charges ($1,795/$1,795/$1,600/$1,795/$1,795) air-conditioning levy ($100), applicable fees, manufacturer’s rebate and dealer participation where applicable. License, registration, insurance and applicable taxes are extra. Offers are available on approved credit through Nissan Canada Finance for a limited time, may change without notice and cannot be combined with any other offers except stackable trading dollars. Vehicles and accessories are for illustration purposes only. See your participating Nissan retailer for complete details. Certain conditions apply. ©2017 Nissan Canada Inc.


In celebration of 50 years of Grand Prix Racing in Canada, the AutoShow will showcase the history, imagery, iconic cars and Canadian driving legends that have helped make the Canadian race one of the highlights of the annual Grand Prix calendar.

CASTROL ALLEY FEATURING LEGENDARY MOTORCAR COMPANY

The Golden Age of North American auto manufacturing was highlighted by the muscle car. Ontario’s own Legendary Motorcar Company will celebrate the beasts from the ’60s and ’70s in Castrol Alley on level 700 in the South Building. Displaying the finest and most sought after performance cars from this iconic era – owned, restored and showcased by and for Canadian muscle lovers. Take a stroll down Castrol Alley to see these Legendary Motorcars.

AUTO EXOTICA

ELECTRIC AVENUE & TEST DRIVE

TADA $50,000 GIVEAWAY

The Canadian International AutoShow has the greatest commitment to the exotic car market of any show in North America. Auto Exotica will once again feature all of the Exotic Marques available across the country, and will host a special showcase of rare exotics owned by Canada’s most passionate collectors, including some one-of-akind showpieces.

There’s undoubtedly been a growing buzz about electric vehicles over the past few years. This year at the 2017 Canadian International AutoShow, visitors will have the chance to get behind the wheel of an electric vehicle and learn about EV technology first hand during complimentary test drives offered through Plug’n Drive. Don’t miss your chance to feel the electricity! Check out the all-new Electric Avenue located in the South Building Level 800. Test rides will be offered every day in the North Building Level 200. Hours for test drive sessions will be posted daily at the Plug’n Drive booth in the lobby of the North Building.

Thinking about buying a new car? Make the decision a little bit easier with $50,000 towards your purchase! Enter the TADA $50K Giveaway for a chance to win $50,000 towards the purchase of a new vehicle at any dealer-member of the Trillium Automobile Dealers Association (TADA, the New Car Dealers of Ontario). Enter at the Toronto Star booth in the North building level 300.

THE WORLD’S FINEST

AUTO EXOTICA

,000 $50 GIVEAWAY You could WIN $50,000 towards the purchase of a new vehicle!

FAMILY DAY Enjoy time with the family at the BIGGEST show in Canada! It’s the 2017 Canadian International AutoShow on FAMILY DAY! On Monday February 20th, come experience everything the Show has to offer along with Family Day special entertainment, prize giveaways, and more! Don’t miss a thing by picking up your Family Day Passport — your guide to all that this special day has to offer.

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PUMP TO WIN ESSO SYNERGY PUMP TO WIN CONTEST!

WIN FREE GAS FOR A YEAR WITH CAA!

Win a $10.00 Esso Gift Card playing the Synergy Pump to Win Contest. Win or not, everyone who plays receives a Synergy Price Privilege fuel savings card*. Save 5 cents per litre on 80 litres, a $4 value. While supplies last.

At this year’s Canadian International AutoShow, one lucky visitor will WIN free gas for a year in CAA’s You Pump. We Pay. Visit the CAA booth to enter. You can find CAA on Level 800 in the South Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

*Conditions apply. 5¢/L on 80 L of fuel. ™Esso and PRICE PRIVILEGES are trademarks of Imperial Oil Limited. Imperial Oil, licensee

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3 LE, 4 GL, 4 GLS, 1 Limited, 1 Ultimate

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/™The Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names, images and slogans are trademarks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ∆10 weekly payments offer is available to customers who lease or finance a new 2017 Elantra/Tucson/Santa Fe Sport and refers to the first 10 weekly lease payments or first 10 weekly finance payments, as applicable. A maximum total amount of $600/$750/$900 will be used to make an adjustment in respect of each customer’s first 10 weekly payments (lease or finance as applicable, excluding taxes) and does not include down payment or security deposits. The customer will be required to make all remaining regularly scheduled payments over the remaining term of the contract for the customer’s payments due after the initial 10 weeks and/or will be required to make any payments in respect of any amount that exceed the above-mentioned maximums to be applied to the first 10 weekly payments. Cash purchase buyers will receive a maximum total of $600/$750/$900 in price adjustments. ◊Leasing offers available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Services based on a new 2017 Elantra GL Auto/2017 Tucson 2.0L FWD with an annual lease rate of 0%. Weekly lease payment of $59/$59 for a 39-month walk-away lease. Down payment of $0/$1,995 and first monthly payment required. Trade-in value may be applied to down payment amount. Total lease obligation is $9,967/$11,965. Lease offers include Delivery and Destination charges of $1,695/$1,795, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Lease offer excludes registration, insurance, PPSA, license fees and dealer admin. fees of up to $499. Fees may vary by dealer. $0 security deposit on all models. 16,000 km allowance per year applies. Additional charge of $0.12/km. †Finance offers available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Services based on the 2017 Santa Fe Sport 2.4L FWD models with an annual finance rate of 0%. Weekly payments are $79 for 84 months. $1,750 down payment required. Trade-in value may be applied to down payment amount. Cash price is $30,627. Cost of borrowing is $0. Finance offers include Delivery and Destination charge of $1,895, levies and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Finance offers exclude registration, insurance, PPSA, license fees, and dealer admin. fees of up to $499. Fees may vary by dealer. ♦Price of models shown: 2017 Elantra Ultimate/2017 Tucson 1.6T Ultimate/2017 Santa Fe Sport 2.0T Ultimate are $30,627/$40,627/$46,627. Prices include Delivery and Destination charges of $1,695/$1,795/$1,895, levies and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Prices exclude registration, insurance, PPSA, license fees and dealer admin. fees of up to $499. Fees may vary by dealer. ∆◊†♦Offers available for a limited time and subject to change or cancellation without notice. Dealer may sell for less. Inventory is limited, dealer order may be required. Visit www.hyundaicanada.com or see dealer for complete details. ††Hyundai’s Comprehensive Limited Warranty coverage covers most vehicle components against defects in workmanship under normal use and maintenance conditions. * Limited to first 50 registered test drives, while quantities last. Limit 1 per customer per household. Register using QR code or at https://goo.gl/SSH8PM


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VIDEO WALL

ART AND THE AUTOMOBILE WITH COBBLE BEACH

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SUBARU

700

LEGENDARY MOTORCARS

COAT CHECK

MEDIA CENTRE

MEDIA LOUNGE

TADA

MEDIA OFFICE

CASTROL ALLEY WITH LEGENDARY MOTORCARS

CANADIAN COLLECTORS

FERRARI OF ONTARIO

MCLAREN PAGANI SINGER

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HONDA / ACURA

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600

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ACCESSORY MARKETPLACE

COAT CHECK

PLAYCARE CENTRE

LEXUS

BMW / MINI

KIA

CAA BUICK

TOYOTA

GMC

FORD

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EARTH CAFE

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MASERATI CADILLAC

ALFA ROMEO

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This year’s 2017 Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto features a bumper crop of new cars, trucks and concepts including 20 Canadian premieres. Here is just a partial list of the new vehicles well worth seeing.

efficient thanks to a cylinder deactivation system fitted as standard, and thus sets the benchmark in its segment. With acceleration of 3.4 seconds from 0–100 km/h, the new business sedan is at the top of its class

Audi R8 Spyder:

Toyota Camry and Camry Hybrid

The new R8 Spyder V10 combines impressive performance, sporty elegance and the thrill of open-air driving. With 540 hp, this 5.2-litre V10 FSI engine really performs. Put the top down and prepare to rocket from 0-100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 318 km/h.

BMW 5 Series: The formula for success continues with the seventh generation BMW 5 series. Thanks to the available state of the art chassis systems including Integral Active Steering, Driver and Parking Assistance Systems and Adaptive Mode, the all-new BMW 5 Series defines the athletic and executive design of a true sport sedan. The new 2018 BMW M760Li xDrive is the first M Performance automobile in the flagship 7 Series family that includes the first 12-cylinder gasoline engine with M Performance Twin Power Turbo technology It enables the flagship performance sedan to deliver 600 hp at 5,500 rpm and peak torque of 590 lb/ft from as low as 1,500 rpm. These performance figures enable the luxury sedan to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds.

The new Mini Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 gets larger in 2017 and becomes the first model of the British brand available as a plug-in hybrid.

stage the Canadian unveiling of the three-row 2018 Traverse at this year’s AutoShow. Chevrolet says it expects Traverse to offer best-in-class third row legroom (856 mm) along with maximum passenger and cargo volumes (2,789 litres). With seating for up to eight, the 2018 Traverse is longer than the outgoing model with a new split-folding second-

styled and intelligently engineered successor to the brand’s popular compact SUV. A range of three all-new turbocharged engines, including an all-new 1.6-litre turbo-diesel, provides more choices when it comes to performance, efficiency and capability in the all-new 2018 GMC Terrain. New 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre turbocharged gas engines are matched with two unique new nine-speed automatic transmissions.

Honda Odyssey: The next-generation Odyssey brings a host of new features and technologies for 2018, including a uniquely versatile new Magic Slide second-row seat; new CabinWatch and CabinTalk technologies. The 2018 Honda Odyssey will be powered by a 3.5-litre, direct-injected i-VTEC V6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management producing 280 with two available new transmissions – a ninespeed automatic and, for upper grades an all-new, Honda-developed 10-speed automatic.

2018 Kia Stinger

MINI Cooper S E Countryman All4:

row seat improves on the Traverse’s original Smart Slide feature.

Ford Mustang: A host of improvements, including new technology and design changes, give owners more ways to customize Mustang to their preferences, with even better performance from more powerful engines and new MagneRide suspension technology. Performance is at the core of Mustang DNA, offering drivers a unique thrill of acceleration and cornering for the ultimate fun-to-drive experience.

Chevrolet Traverse:

GMC Terrain:

Wearing all new styling inspired by its full-size SUV siblings, Chevrolet will

The all-new 2018 Terrain unveils the next chapter of GMC design via a boldly

Mazda CX-5: The all-new 2017 CX-5 refines every aspect of Mazda’s current technology and design, breaking through the traditional trade-off between driving pleasure and passenger comfort. The design of the CX-5 is ‘refined tough-ness’ that elevates the KODO concept to a new level. Inspired by traditional Japanese crafts, it pursues a minimalist aesthetic free of all non-essential elements.

Mercedes-Benz E 63 Sedan: The Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ boasts a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine that generates up to 603 hp. This makes it the most powerful engine to have ever been installed in an E-Class. At the same time, it is even more

Volkswagen Tiguan: The 2018 Tiguan is all new from the ground up. It is bigger than ever, and now offers an available third row for those times when the guest list just keeps on growing. The Tiguan is a stylish and modern compact sport utility that handles all types of roads and weather with ease.

Volvo V90 R Design: Matching the elegance of the V90 with the sporting spirit of R-Design, this is station wagon that combines precision with control and keeps you comfortable. The Sport chassis’ tauter suspension, lowered ride height and retuned steering create the sharp responses and rapid reactions you’re looking for in a performance car. The gloss black R-Design grille and lower grille and bumper inserts, 20-inch alloy wheels and integrated tailpipes create a car that stands out.

Hyundai Elantra GT 5-Door: The all-new 2018 Elantra GT 5-Door is now longer, wider, and lower. Building on an incredibly rigid SuperStructure chassis. It also comes in two flavours, as the car can be equipped with either a 161 hp four-cylinder engine or in a new “Sport” variant equipped with a 201 hp turbocharged GDI engine mated to a seven-speed dual clutch transmission with paddle shifters.

Kia Stinger: The 2018 Kia Stinger is a five-passenger fastback sports sedan poised to redefine a segment currently populated by European automakers. It promises to be the highest-performance production

2018 Honda Odyssey

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The MINI Cooper S E Countryman All4 is bigger, more adventurous, and for the first time ever, electrified, the allnew MINI Countryman is the first model of the British brand to be available as a plug-in hybrid. Twenty centimeters longer than its predecessor, the new Countryman provides considerably more space for cargo, people and anything else you may need for your next big adventure.

vehicle in the company’s history and is backed by Kia Motors’ industry-leading quality and reliability.

The best-selling car in its segment for the past two years in Canada, the Toyota Camry is raising the ante on this year’s auto show circuit. The eighth-generation sedan has gone through a total evolution, from a proven, dependable and safety-focused car to one that also possesses a more exciting and emotional character, thanks to its newfound sporty performance and style. The all-new 2018 Camry and Camry Hybrid features a spacious interior with advanced driver focus, new gas and hybrid powertrains that generate more horsepower and greater estimated fuel consumptions and comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense-P.

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SCARBORO KIA

SCARBORO SUBARU

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Concepts at TO AutoShow: The future of automotive design Every year, auto shows around the world showcase some of the forward-thinking designs and technologies coming from auto manufacturers. The 2017 Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto is no different. A number of automakers will be showing off some bold designs this year that might just offer a glimpse into what cars we’ll be driving in the years to come.

Acura Precision Concept With an emphasis on high-contrast details and the intersection of modern, sheer surfaces and muscular, organic sculpting, the Acura Precision Concept communicates Acura’s focus on performance and prestige through its ultra-low and wide stance, long dash-to-axle ratio, deeply sculpted surfaces and the debut of a new Diamond Pentagon grille. The Acura Precision Concept’s crouched and athletic stance is further emphasized by its deeply sculpted side surfaces pouring over swelling rear wheel arches covering 22-inch wheels and tires. The forward-looking concept also features signature lighting designs – in front with its Jewel Constellation LED headlights composed of organically arranged fractal elements, and in back with floating LED tail lights.

Aston Martin AM-RB 001 The Aston Martin-Red Bull concept hypercar AMRB 001 will make its first appearance in North America — and global auto show debut — at the Canadian International AutoShow. The groundbreaking AM-RB 001, introduced in July at the Aston Martin headquarters in Gaydon, England, is an unprecedented fusion of form and function the likes of which has never before been seen in a road-legal vehicle. The hypercar boasts a lightweight carbon fibre frame and radical aerodynamics for unprecedented levels of downforce. At its heart is a mid-mounted naturally aspirated V12 engine with the potency to achieve a 1:1 power-to-weight ratio; 1 bhp per kilo of weight. The suspension system features innovative technology and employs principles honed by Adrian Newey, Red Bull Racing’s Chief Technical Officer, over his 30-year career.

Genesis New York Concept Genesis’s striking ‘New York Concept’ luxury sports sedan hints at future design direction with its expressive and refined ‘Athletic Elegance,’ first seen in the Vision G concept and in production form with the Genesis G90 premium luxury sedan. Acknowledging the Genesis brand’s sporty and agile nature, the hybrid concept generates 245ps and 36.0 kgf.m of torque from its 2.0 T-GDi powertrain coupled with an 8-speed automatic transmis-

ABOVE: Aston Martin AM-RB 001 TOP RIGHT: Genesis New York Concept MIDDLE RIGHT: Acura Precision Concept BOTTOM RIGHT: Subaru Viziv-7 Concept

sion. The exterior of the New York Concept presents an elegant interpretation of a luxurious performance vehicle, defined by well-balanced proportions and refined surface treatments. Inside, the concept car combines advanced technology with absolute luxury, contrasting innovative electronics against finely crafted materials.

is Lexus’ first-ever fuel cell system energizing the rear wheels while sending power to two in-wheel motors up front, and delivering dynamic handling and exceptional stability. And with its aggressive yet elegant exterior lines and a futuristic interior, the LF-FC makes a dramatic impact on everything, but the planet.

genious self-driving electric vehicle for the city and surrounding areas —refutes the deeply ingrained notion of the urban jungle that requires SUVs the size of battle tanks for the daily struggle for survival. This alternative concept: a manoeuvrable speedster with an integrated small garden plot behind the windshield.

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The radical Honda Civic Type R Prototype builds on the low and wide proportion of the new Civic Hatchback and is enhanced by muscular body styling and modifications to aid aerodynamic performance. The exterior is wrapped in a highly reflective, finely-grained brushed aluminum-effect finish, unique to the prototype car. At the front, the aggressive fascia is accentuated with a winged carbon fibre splitter and sporty red accent line. Additional slatted ducts add width to the fascia, and diamondmesh inserts fill the sculpted air intakes.

A next generation crossover, the Mitsubishi GT-PHEV concept features advanced, and proprietary, electric and all-wheel control technologies, a 2.5-litre gasoline engine and three electric motors (one unit at the front and two at the rear), a 25-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack, estimated electric-only range of approximately 120 km, and a total cruising range of nearly 1,200 km and CO2 emissions of less than 26 g/km. Seen at CIAS for only the third time in the world, the GT-PHEV shows off Mitsubishi’s new Dynamic Shield front design concept and uses a horizontal dashboard that creates a spacious ambiance, an instrument panel with a high centre console, and cockpit-like interior wraps around its people. It features a full-time four-wheel drive powertrain with Super All Wheel Control (SAWC) integrated vehicle dynamics control system, bringing new levels of handling stability.

Subaru VIZIV-7 is a concept series embodying the future vision of car development for the “enjoyment and peace of mind” that Subaru wants to provide to customers. With full three-row capability and Subaru’s DYNAMIC x SOLID design philosophy, Subaru VIZIV-7 SUV Concept shows the size direction of the all-new three-row midsize SUV to be introduced to the North American market in early 2018.

Lexus LF-FC Concept The visionary new LF-FC flagship concept vehicle, first revealed at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show is making its Canadian debut at Toronto’s Canadian International Auto show. Evoking emotion at every turn, with its aggressive design and cutting-edge hydrogen fuel cell technology, the LF-FC exceeds conventional imagination while expressing Lexus’ vision of a not-so-distant future. The Lexus LF-FC

Rinspeed Oasis The Rinspeed concept vehicle Oasis — the in-

Toyota FCV Plus Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept FCV Plus Concept – Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept – a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept that embodies Toyota’s vision of a Hydrogen-based society. The FCV Plus has its own hydrogen tank, enabling it to generate electricity directly from hydrogen stored outside the vehicle, and transform it into a stable source of electric power for use at home, away or within the community.

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Incorporate a splash of colour in the kitchen without going overboard. Try an appliance or design fixture in a bright shade. Or paint the inside of the cabinets in your favorite colour and install glass inserts in the cabinet doors so that everyone gets a peek of the colour beyond. A neutral kitchen also can be brightened up with the use of silverware, dishes, pots and pans, and other kitchen items, like stand mixers or blenders featured in bold hues.

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Holiday Monday Afternoon Dance WHEN: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. WHERE: Royal Canadian Legion Branch 614, 100 Salome Dr., Toronto CONTACT: 416-293-0872 Join Eric and the Reflections Live Band for an afternoon of great 50s and 60s Rock & Roll music. Canadian Federation of University Women Scarborough WHEN: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. WHERE: Knox United Christian Education Centre, 2575 Midland Avenue, Toronto CONTACT: Janet Holt, 416-293-8822 Monthly meeting with guest

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3333 Finch Ave. E., Toronto CONTACT: Elsa Uy, 416-4933333, elsa@splc.ca Learn about consumer protection for travellers. l Saturday, February 25 Scarborough Taoist Tai Chi Open House at Wexford WHEN: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. WHERE: Wexford Heights United Church, 2102 Lawrence Ave. East, Toronto CONTACT: 416-6562110, scarborough@taoist.org COST: varies Experience a gentle set of movements. Also open house Mon., Feb 27, 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Knox Presbyterian Church, 4156 Sheppard Ave East. l Sunday, February 26 Tom Allen and Co. WHEN: 1 p.m. - 11 p.m. WHERE: Kingston Road United Church, 975 Kingston Rd., Toronto CONTACT: 416-699-6091, www.kruc.ca COST: $30 Tom Allen & Company concert explores the period of the 20s and 30s with stories and music by gifted local performing artists!

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38th Rhubarb Festival WHEN: 10 a.m. - 11 p.m. WHERE: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St., Toronto CONTACT: (416) 975-8555, http://buddiesinbadtimes.com/rhubarb COST: Various prices Canada’s longest-running new works festival is a hotbed of experimentation. Feb. 15-26. Canadian International AutoShow WHEN: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. WHERE: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 222 Bremner Blvd, Toronto CONTACT: kjohnny@enterprisecanada.com, https:// www.autoshow.ca/ COST: Tickets The Canadian International AutoShow is the country’s largest consumer show - a leader in lifestyle, technology and all things automotive. Feb. 17-26. Motorcycle Show Toronto WHEN: 12 p.m. - 11 p.m. WHERE: Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto CONTACT: neil@powersportservices.ca, http://www.torontomotorcycleshow.ca/ COST: Various

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l Saturday, February 18 Black History: Children’s Carnival WHEN: 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. WHERE: Morningside Library, 4279 Lawrence Ave E, Toronto CONTACT: Morningside Library This program will introduce the audience to the Children’s Carnival of Trinidad & Tobago.

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MISSION TO SANDY LAKE 2017

Bringing the hockey dream to Sandy Lake Stanley Cup, mountains of hockey equipment delivered to remote First Nations reserve Cynthia Reason/Metroland

Two busloads of children from Thomas Fiddler Memorial Elementary School braved the -34C weather to greet the arrival of the Stanley Cup at Sandy Lake First Nation air field. The banner they’re holding, written in OjiCree, reads ‘Welcome to Sandy Lake. Thank you for bringing the Stanley Cup’.

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