Most Torontonians today have no idea of the immense impact that Methodism has had on our city’s history. Methodism, in fact, played such a significant part in Toronto’s religious, cultural, and political life that in the late nineteenth and early 20th centuries the city was known as “The Methodist Rome.” Toronto had one of the largest Methodist populations in the world at that time, and became known for its rigorous moral culture (hence the other nickname, “Toronto the Good”). 725 more words
Hello Readers! I’m very excited because this is officially my first post on my own site! (Well, as much as I can claim it to be) I had this site launched awhile ago, but never got around to it, because I wanted to open it up with a bang, and thankfully, something did come up! 477 more words
Come join Spirit Wind at this Ryerson Centre For Indigenous Governance and the Aboriginal Education Council event.
Reclaiming The Representation Of Indigenous Women
At a 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM) last week, Ryerson University’s student union joined a number of other provincial student unions — 10, according to organizers — in voting “overwhelmingly in favour” of supporting a boycott, divestment and sanctions policy (BDS) against Israel. 836 more words
It’s really hard to change anyone’s behaviour. It’s even more difficult to change a child’s behaviour. But when we do symbolic things like wear pink for one day of the year, it does almost nothing other than make adults feel better. 44 more words