POINT is pleased to produce the The Little Book of Youth Employment. This is a great book for youth who wants to start looking for employment. The book contains advice from how to write your cover letter to how to approach a potential employer. We hope this helps youth out with their future employment endeavors, Happy Hunting!
POINT is pleased to produce the TECHNOLOGY FOR SENIORS: AN INTRODUCTORY GUIDE TO SMARTPHONES, TABLETS, AND SOCIAL MEDIA for local residents and anyone else beyond North Toronto, who may find this Directory to be useful (to their family and friends). We also have a registry for those who require, or who are available for home help/homemaking. Every effort has been made to provide accurate information in this Directory.
The Green Pickle is a publication created by the Midtown Toronto Youth Council (MTYC) to address the need for youth mental health resources and support services.
Made With Love is a compilation of simple, healthy and delicious recipes. All of the recipes of the cookbook were provided to us by seniors of North Toronto with the hope that they will bring as much joy to readers as they have brought themselves. Throughout the process of composing this book, North Toronto seniors learned the importance of supporting our economy, health and environment through purchasing locally grown produce.
This guide has been created to provide secondary school students with a list of volunteer opportunities and/or contact positions for agencies/organizations primarily in the North Toronto area. It should be noted that the volunteer opportunities listed in the guide are not the only volunteer positions being offered in North Toronto or the City of Toronto.
This Handbook is a step by step guide to provide information, guidance and support for you as a Caregiver. The Handbook offers information about a variety of resources that are available to help you with caregiving. It also provides suggestions to assist you in accessing and effectively interacting with Community Support agencies, health care service providers, support groups and various organizations.
POINT is pleased to produce the North Toronto Seniors’ Housing Directory for local residents and anyone else beyond North Toronto, who may find this Directory to be useful (to their family and friends). We also have a registry for those who require, or who are available for home help/homemaking. Every effort has been made to provide accurate information in this Directory.