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Toronto Public Health marks World TB Day

Toronto - Toronto Public Health is collaborating with community partners to promote awareness of tuberculosis (TB) on World TB Day, March 24. Each year, the World Health Organization (WHO) selects a theme for World TB Day that serves as a call to action; this year’s theme is “I am stopping TB.”

What's New in Toronto - Winter 2008 Edition

Toronto - In recent months Toronto has been busy gearing up for a peak season, and preparing for another record-breaking year in tourism.  In 2007 Toronto took another step forward as a global tourism destination, welcoming a record 10,660,000 overnight visitors.
Toronto - Resale home transactions in the Greater Toronto Area declined in the first two weeks of February, Toronto Real Estate Board President Maureen O’Neill announced today.
Toronto - Toronto Public Health is reminding the public that careful handwashing is key to preventing Norovirus infections, commonly referred to as “stomach flu,” which are more prevalent in the winter months and typically peak in January and February.
Toronto - Toronto Public Health is offering city residents a chance to trade in their cigarettes for a year’s free ride on the TTC.  The Driven to Quit Challenge will be launched on Monday, January 21 at 10 a.m. at the Eaton Centre.  Smokers need to register for the contest by March 1.
Toronto - Brisk condo sales in December brought the 2007 Greater Toronto Area resale housing market to a strong finish, Toronto Real Estate Board President Maureen O'Neill announced on January 7, 2008.

Enid Robbie documents Cold War-era

Toronto - City of Toronto Culture, through its Market Gallery program, presents "In Praise of Cities by Enid Robbie," from December 1, 2007 to March 2, 2008. This exhibit provides the viewpoint of a committed urban artist and is the first retrospective of Enid Robbie’s work from 1952 to 1987.
Toronto - Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Associate Medical Officer of Health for Toronto Public Health, is urging Toronto residents to get their free flu shot.  Parents are encouraged to have their children vaccinated, as the flu is spread most easily among children between the ages of five and nine.

Healthy food out of reach for people in need

Toronto - Medical Officer of Health Dr. David McKeown is calling for action to ensure access to nutritious food for low income families.  The average weekly cost of healthy food for a family of four was found to be $133.04 a week, or $576.06 each month.

The Parent's Outdoor Play Checklist

Toronto - On a typical summer day, parents may find themselves participating in more activities with their kids.  Invest in Kids experts have provided parents with tips to help keep youngsters safer throughout the summer, while sharing memorable outdoor moments together.
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