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The Magic of In-School Mentoring

Toronto - One more month left of school and as children say goodbye to their teachers, close to 200 will say farewell to their school mentors. Another school year comes to an end with these children looking forward to the fall where new memories will be made with their Big Brother or Big Sister.
Toronto - Glen Rouge Campground, nestled in 12,000 acres of forests and meadows in Rouge Park, opens for the 2008 season on Thursday, May 8. Glen Rouge is operated by the City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division, and is Toronto’s only campground.
Toronto - The construction season is no stranger to people commuting into, and out of, Toronto. This time of year can breed frustration and impatience from some road-users.  With 5,300 kilometres of road in the city, at one point or another, repairs are inevitable.
Toronto - For decades Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto (BBBST) has been making a difference in the lives of children and youth through their mentoring programs. As we approach National Volunteer Week (April 27th – May 3rd), BBBST celebrates our many volunteers and all of the magic that they bring to Toronto’s children and youth!
Toronto - Toronto Public Library welcomes Sugith Varughese as its first Screenwriter-in-Residence from April 21 to June 14, 2008. As Screenwriter-in-Residence, Varughese will provide free feedback to aspiring writers of screen plays for short films, half-hour TV shows, one hour TV shows or full length feature films.
Toronto - Toronto Public Librarypresents lawyer and social justice activist James Lockyer as the guest speaker for the 2nd annual June Callwood Lecture on  Friday, April 25, 2008, 7 p.m.
Toronto - On Thursday, April 10, 2008, Toronto Crime Stoppers presented a cheque for $1,000 to help rebuild the BMX Park that was largely destroyed by fire on Friday, March 21, 2008. The damage is estimated to be in the thousands.
Toronto - The City of Toronto Archives, together with the Archives of Ontario and the CBC Digital Archives, will host a lecture by Mark Starowicz, Executive Director of Documentary Programming, CBC Television.
Toronto - Mayor David Miller has proclaimed April 4 as Refugee Rights Day in Toronto to focus attention on efforts to remove barriers to the reunification of refugee and immigrant families and the importance of protecting the human rights of refugees.
Toronto - Over 2,000 people joined in Toronto’s Earth Hour celebrations on Saturday night at the Ontario Science Centre. In addition to turning off many of the lights in its buildings, parking lots and TELUSCAPE from 8pm to 9pm, the Science Centre attracted participants with a free Star Party.
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