BY ALEXANDRA KLARER A group of volunteers gathered at the new Medicine Wheel Garden at Sheridan College this past Saturday to plant and complete the garden for students. The group of about 20 people were […]
BY DANIELLE OBAL One in 68 children in Canada are diagnosed and living with an autism spectrum disorder and this is why the month of April commemorates National Autism Awareness. It’s the fastest growing disorder […]
BY JULIA BROWN Depression and mental health is something that can never be talked about too much. Here are some basic facts about something that takes a toll on many people and their familes.
BY ANDREW SEMKOW Mayor Rob Burton raised the flag for Autism Awareness Month and The Sheridan Sun was there to cover it.
Photo credit: Running for Autism
BY CHRISTY KNOX Want to see some cute puppies? Then check out the story below as Sup Sheridan? speaks with the Director of Communications and PR of Therapeutic Paws of Canada, Irene Valmas, about how […]
If you want to make a difference this spring, the Canadian Cancer Society suggests signing up to be a volunteer for Daffodil Month. “We need hundreds of volunteers,” says Sandy McDonald, point of contact for those interested […]
BY TYLER CHOI It’s becoming increasingly clear video games are embedded into Sheridan College’s DNA. Every day you can spot someone mashing away on their keyboard and mouse trying to win a hard-fought game, or […]
BY KENNEDY COLTHERD With the grand reopening of Upper Oakville Shopping Plaza’s Wines Unlimited Saturday, March 25, the Sheridan Sun got a little taste of how things work at the micro-winery.
BY DANIELLE OBAL Climate change has been a growing concern over the last decade. That’s why we’re celebrating Earth Hour on March 25. How can you make a difference? Switch off from social media, turn […]