Toronto laneways are the new places to play

There are more than 2,400 laneways in Toronto. And these alleys are becoming the newest places for communities and families to gather thanks to the not-for-profit organization The Laneway Project. Over the past two years co-founders and urban planners and designers Michelle Senayah and Ariana Cancelli have turned many of the city’s once abandoned or underused places into… More Toronto laneways are the new places to play

Made in T.O. || Back-to-School Clothes for Kids

Too cool for school. The wee ones are way better dressed than most of us, don’t you think? While I try not to get caught up in back-to-school shopping, I can’t help but to get excited whenever I find made-in-Canada kids clothes that are stylish, comfy and eco-conscious. Plus, I love supporting local mama-run businesses.… More Made in T.O. || Back-to-School Clothes for Kids

The Doodle Post || Made-in-Canada Craft Subscription for Kids

My kids love mail. Letters, bills, magazines – you name it. This summer they were extra excited to see their names on colourful cute boxes. Inside – a surprise craft from The Doodle Post. Toronto-raised mom Erin Clark-Wynn is the creative force behind this cool craft subscription for kids. Drawing from her passion to craft and… More The Doodle Post || Made-in-Canada Craft Subscription for Kids