Although January might be the most popular time to start a diet or new exercise routine, late spring is likely when people begin to peak with respect to getting into shape.
By 2035, the number of Canadians requiring physiotherapy is forecast to reach 1.5 million, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
Although flu season and other risks apparent in winter are beginning to wane, Ontario residents should be prepared to navigate the various dangers of late spring and early summer.
Summer is filled with opportunities to explore and adventure around Ontario and abroad, but it also tends to represent a season in which individuals spend quite a bit of cash.
A few strange and somewhat troublesome stories have popped up in the Ontario news throughout the past few days.
Ontario has had a busy May, with major elections, a huge fire and, most recently, a catastrophic restaurant explosion.
Diet season is under way, as many Ontarians are working to shed the winter weight and get ready for those beach days and summer vacations.
One of the hottest residential real estate markets in Canada cooled off considerably in April, recently released data from the Building and Land Development Association showed.
Spring has sprung in Ontario, and it appears as though the province is in for a hot season right from the start, especially in the southern regions.
The government of Canada is rolling out new training curriculum for police officers to learn and implement in their detection of drugged drivers.