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Path Entrance

No More Getting Lost in Toronto’s PATH Labyrinth

Before I ever moved to Toronto, I learned about the infrastructure and engineering marvel that is the PATH. The over 30 kilometre underground network of pedestrian tunnels and walkways, containing numerous food courts, shops...
Manoir Hovey

Living Well in La Belle Province

Lounging under the stars in the percolating effervescence of a huge, heated thermal pool, we are protected from the elements by walls of natural rocks and boulders at Spa Eastman. There is wind and...
Chicopee Tube Park, Waterloo

Winter Wonderland in Waterloo

Surviving winter is a calculation. Peel back the curtain, scratch the frost off the window, and peer out at the drab reality of two more months of this. The coffee percolates as I lean...

Chef Flynn Documentary Premieres in Toronto

Flynn McGarry began hosting his own supper club when he was 11 years old in his home, aided by his schoolmates. Fast forward. Now 19, he  has been a fascinating subject for the readers of the...

The Mystery of Magnetic Hill 

Gravity Road, Mystery Spot, Fool’s Hill. Over the years, this mysterious spot has garnered many names. All of which refer to the same bizarre natural phenomenon that is Magnetic Hill. Drive to the bottom of this...
Oak Bay, Victoria, British Columbia

Gulf Islands Adventure: Victoria

Only in Victoria, would there be a Feast Concierge. Karma Brophy leads us on a merry three hour tour of Oak Bay and its delightful gastronomy scene, one bite at a time. We taste...
Dragon Ball Gala 2019

Toronto Celebrates The 30th Annual Dragon Ball Gala

The 30th annual Dragon Ball kicked off this week to celebrate Year of the Pig. Dragon Ball, one of Toronto’s premier gala events, is the largest fundraising gala celebrating Chinese New Year in Canada....
Salt Spring Island

Gulf Islands Adventure: Salt Spring Island

Driving into Salt Spring Island in the rain is like entering the pages of an old picture book. A rustic road leads to Hastings House Country House Hotel, in an 11th century Sussex style...
Gulf Islands

Gulf Islands Adventure: Tofino

From Tofino at Mile 1 of the Trans Canada Highway, to Saltspring Island and the manicured landscape of Victoria, it’s all “peace and love, man.” It was raining when I arrived in Vancouver, and the...
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

The Ballad of John and Yoko

In 1969, when John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their infamous “Bed-In for Peace” at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, the staff refused to touch their clothes for dry-cleaning and shoes for...

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