TTC shop selling T-shirts, cufflinks, shower curtains and more

By: Kylie Vaillancourt With the holidays just around the corner, the Toronto Transit Commission relaunched its permanent online shop Monday. The store consists of products like vintage posters, mugs, t-shirts, subway and token inspired cufflinks to its collection of official merchandise. Research was done and a strategy was created around the merchandise and the TTC brand … Continue reading TTC shop selling T-shirts, cufflinks, shower curtains and more

Rage rooms not a replacement for therapy, says psychotherapists

By: Kylie Vaillancourt Rage rooms that allow angry people to smash stuff to relieve stress may be fun but are not a substitute to therapy, said Toronto psychotherapists. “It’s the potential that it could be detrimental if anybody has difficulties controlling their anger as it is,” said registered psychotherapist Dawn Binkowski to HumberNews. “Because for people … Continue reading Rage rooms not a replacement for therapy, says psychotherapists

Mobile payment for street parking comes to Toronto

By: Kylie Vaillancourt The Toronto Parking Authority (TPA) has released an app called, “Green P” that allows people to pay for parking on city streets and in paid lots through their mobile devices. Mayor John Tory and the parking authority announced Monday that motorists are now able to pay for on-street parking through their mobile device. It … Continue reading Mobile payment for street parking comes to Toronto

Google unveils new Pixel smartphone

By: Kylie Vaillancourt Google announced a new phone on Wednesday known as Pixel. The company made the announcement at a press conference today in San Francisco. CEO Sundar Pichai started off the conference saying the invention of smartphones created a mobile revolution "that’s changed people’s lives." For the first time with this new phone, the software … Continue reading Google unveils new Pixel smartphone