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Vanessa Vakharia of The Math Guru

Add it up: Entrepreneurs taking new approaches to teaching math

There are a number of things that don't add up when it comes to math education. Meet several Toronto-based entrepreneurs who are taking new approaches to teaching math to students, helping them to build confidence and succeed in academia. 

Ten Thousand Coffees

Yonge Interviews: Dave Wilkin, founder of Ten Thousand Coffees

If you could have coffee with anyone in the world, who would it be? A new youth-driven movement connects the leaders of today with the leaders of tomorrow, bridging the gap between ideas and opportunity, all over a cup of coffee. 

John Kernaghan, Bonni Burns and George Civello of Hogtown Mascots.

Gallery City turns empty real estate into opportunity

As the LRT construction chews its way along Eglinton, local businesses are teaming up with the Business Improvement Area to counter the construction chaos with creative placemaking. 

Rob Sysak

Yonge Interviews: Rob Sysak, Executive Director at West Queen West BIA

West Queen West is a neighbourhood in deep transition. We talk to Rob Sysak, executive director at the WQW BIA, about how the neighbourhood has changed and what's in store for the stretch of Queen Street that runs from Bathurst to Gladstone. 

Sameer Vasta, Manager of Public Affairs at MaRS.

Open data and open government: how access to information enhances cities

Open data is revolutionizing public access to complex government information. It's allowing entrepreneurs to build new apps based on regional data--from bus times to safe beach databases--all while making the City and its citizens more informed and involved.

Alex Dumesle, Project Coordinator for Partners of Project Green.

The greenest industrial wasteland around

Nearly a thousand businesses in the Pearson Eco-Business Zone encompassing the airport and surrounding area have teamed up under the banner of Partners in Project Green to lessen their carbon footprint. Here's how they plan to do it.

Ryerson DMZ International Fellows

How Ryerson plans to strengthen Toronto by partnering with Indian institutions

By collaborating with universities in India and across the world, and building a mini accelerator program that's set to open in the Bombay Stock Exchange in May, Ryerson looks to help cement Toronto's position as an international innovation capital. 

Sherene Ng

New local innovations for the blind by the blind

There's more to believing than seeing. We look at two local entrepreneurs with vision impairments who are creating new products designed to enhance the day-to-day life and social experiences of those with low vision and blindness.

Wearable Tech

TO 3 For All: Winterlicious, wearable tech meetup, and Shift Disturbers

Our weekly roundup of three must-see events including Winterlicious, a meetp for wearable tech enthusiasts, and a discussion from some of today's top "Shift Disturbers."

 Kiana Eastmond of Sandbox Studios

Making it on your own

A tough job market for youth might have one benefit: encouraging young entrepreneurs to take the plunge. In part II of our series exploring youth entrepreneurship we look at how young leaders are using underemployment as an opportunity for advancement.

TO Prints

TO 3 For All: 3-D concerts, the Honourable Kellie Leitch, and Leslieville Flea

TO 3 For All: 3-D concerts, the Honourable Kellie Leitch, and the Leslieville Flea make our list of this week's must-know events and opportunities. 

Julie Forand, Sprout Guerilla

Crowdfunding in the classroom

The first in a two-part series exploring local youth entrepreneurship, this article looks at how a growing number of high school, university and college students are using crowdfunding to help finance and launch their own businesses while they're still in school. 


Introducing the TO 3 for all

We're introducing a new weekly section highlighting three upcoming events each week. These listings will focus on community organized events, notable talks and panel discussions, and more. 

Henry Chong of Revelo Bikes Inc.

Five startups to watch in 2014

Igor Bonifacic reflects on the year that's been in the city's startup community, and looks forward to five startups to watch in 2014. From cameras to keyboards, Toronto's entrepreneurs are entering the market with five exciting new products.

Chefs in the Food Innovation & Research Studio.

Reinventing the cafeteria

How George Brown College, the Toronto District School Board, and Toronto Education Workers are trying to save the cafeteria and raise a generation of foodies while they're at it.
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