Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Thursday, March 26

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Thursday, March 26

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Health-Lifestyles News Advisory


Thursday, March 26, 2015

5 p.m.


Here are the Health-Lifestyles-Travel stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. Entries are subject to change as news develops. Questions can go to Lois Abraham at 416-507-2038.


Maple syrup producers anxious for warm days


TORONTO -- Just like any other crop, maple syrup is at the mercy of Mother Nature, and the frigid winter hasn't been kind to Canadian sugar bush owners.Many producers, like Ray Bonenberg of Mapleside Sugar Bush south of Pembroke, Ont., are keeping a close eye on the thermometer and anxiously waiting for a stretch of warmer days to get the sap flowing. PHOTO. Moves Lifestyles and National; With FOOD-Maple-Syrup-Labels.


Andy The-Anh returns to Toronto runway with Lole


TORONTO -- While Lole may be a newcomer to the Toronto runway, the design director for the Montreal-based activewear brand has a strong Fashion Week track record.Andy The-Anh, who has been with Lole since 2011, has presented his signature line at past Fashion Week events in Montreal and Toronto. PHOTO. Will be updated with additional details and new photo links following Thursday night show.

With FASHION-Toronto-Klaxon-Howl, FASHION-Toronto-Hayley-Elsaesser, FASHION-Toronto-Mackage, FASHION-Toronto-Triarchy, FASHION-Toronto-Malorie-Urbanovitch


Guide explores Vancouver Island's 'wildest coast'


PORT HARDY -- Shushartie Bay, the east trailhead of Vancouver Island's remote North Coast Trail, greets visitors "with brooding silence and isolation," writes Maria Bremner. "And with no cellphone access, you are left simply with the here and now." In her thorough new guide to Cape Scott Provincial Park -- "Cape Scott and the North Coast Trail: Hiking Vancouver Island's Wildest Coast" (Harbour Publishing) -- Bremner divides the wilderness route into 10 sections that add up to about a week's worth of continuous hiking.


Bleisure: Korean barbecue, karaoke for biz travellers to NYC


NEW YORK -- New York City is a 24/7 kind of place. That makes it easy for business travellers to squeeze a little sightseeing in after a day of meetings. Take in a Broadway show and late dinner, or a nighttime view from Top of the Rock, the Empire State Building or Times Square. The Staten Island Ferry glides past the Statue of Liberty 24 hours a day, the 9-11 memorial is open until 9 p.m. and the High Line, a park built on an elevated rail line, stays open until 10 p.m.But for something a little offbeat, or a fun outing with colleagues, consider an evening on Manhattan's Korea Way, also known as Koreatown or K-town, just steps from the Herald Square shopping district and Macy's on 34th Street. …

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