The St. James Town Press - Issue 44
Warm messages
November 2022
By Shirley Roberts
Remembrance Day is commemorated on November 11th in Commonwealth countries every year. It marks the end of World War 1 on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918. The origin of this commemoration was to honour the men and women who died on both sides of the conflict. Read more...
Fall foods to enjoy in Ontario
By Christina Tran

The fall season is here! That means that many of us are looking to have more warm
and cozy meals to help us find comfort as the weather gets colder. In Ontario we have access to some delicious fall fruit such as crabapples, cranberries, and pears. As for fall produce, we have kale, Brussels sprouts, and of course pumpkin. Read more...
Tips for holiday gifts, DIY gifts
By Lindiwe Sibanda

Christmas DIY gift ideas
Christmas time is a time for giving and sharing; many of us celebrate with family, friends, food and the exchange of gifts.
If you have the time (and the talent), homemade gifts are a wonderful way to make your favorite people feel cherished and loved. But you don't have to be a pro-level baker or crafter to make a wonderful DIY gift. Try these ideas and recipes that will help you make a homemade gift that your loved ones will treasure. Read more...
November is Lung Cancer Awareness
By Laura McDonald
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month
Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers, and it is the most common cause of cancer death in Ontario. Smoking is the main cause of lung cancer, and it is responsible for approximately 71% of all lung cancer cases in Ontario.
Staying warm during the winter
By Munira Yusuf
As the temperature drops and the days get colder, we begin to prepare for the winter season. For most folks, that involves bringing out the winter gear, however, there is a lot more we can do to stay warm during the colder months.
Here are some tips on how your winter can be a little cozier indoors and outside the home. Read more...
In The News
Food programs in downtown Toronto struggling to stay afloat amid 'astronomically' high demand. Read more...
Wear masks indoors, Ontario doctors urge ahead of 'perfect storm' in pediatric system. Read more...