Londoners colour away their stress
When Donna Currie tells friends she’s going out to do adult colouring, the typical response is, “Oh, so it’s porn?” Although adult colouring may sound like a risqué activity, it’s anything but. The hobby has been gaining popularity since 2013, yet it wasn’t until last year when the books began topping bestseller lists. Currie meets […]
Sneakers for the soul
Pump up your Reebok’s and lace up your Air Jordan’s. Sole2Sole is London’s first-ever sneaker convention. The hip-hop influenced affair aims to bring together a community of like-minded people: those with fresh rubber sole on their mind. “I’m just a really big sneaker head and into the culture,” J.R. Wideman, the host and organizer for […]
The OHL recruits your son, what’s next?
Despite declining enrollment numbers in the sport of hockey there are still over 600,000 kids under the age of 15 who play hockey in Canada. This year alone there are over a thousand players eligible for the 2015 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection draft. Most hockey parents dream of seeing their son drafted to a […]
Student housing market spins up for a busy summer as studies wind down
Worn out sofas litter boulevards, and U-Haul trucks crowd driveways and city lanes. Cars weighed down by mattresses weave in and out of traffic, and university towns across the province grow a little quieter… at least for a few months. Certain sights are an indication of the changing of seasons, as sure as the onset […]