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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...
Toronto Light Festival

Can We Please Turn Valentine’s Day into Valentine’s Week?

Can't Valentine’s Day just be all week long? It’s a fun excuse to spend time together and add some vibrancy to the winter. If anything, we can get away with celebrating this day of...

FeBREWary is Here: Let The Rolling Hops Beer Tour Be Your Guide

What better way to celebrate FeBREWary than a guided brewery hop? I followed Garrett and Andy from Rolling Hops Brewery Tours on an adventure through Toronto's diverse east end. Sampling not only delicious brews,...
Maple Taffy on Snow

The Fourth Annual Sugar Shack TO is Back!

The popular Sugar Shack TO will be back on March 9 and 10, 2019. The fourth annual event, presented by Redpath, will take place at Toronto’s waterfront. Sugar Shack TO has been known to...
Pink Market 2

Bits ’n’ Bites: Get Your Christmas On

T’is the season for all Christmas related things. Whether you’re looking for delicious eats, places to buy gifts, or fun events, we’ve got you covered.    PINK MARKET PINK MARKET gives LGBTQI+ creators from all over...

Toronto Food Trends of 2018

The days are shorter, Christmas is fast approaching and soon we shall find ourselves in a new year. But before we banish 2018, let's take a look at the top trends in Toronto cuisine...
Jamie Kennedy

Founding Fathers…Of Toronto Dining

Jamie Kennedy has been instrumental in shaping Canada’s culinary landscape. His innovative approach to gastronomy, commitment to sustainable agriculture and advocacy of local food have been unwavering. His first restaurant, the unpretentious Palmerston Bistro,...
Kleinburg Village

Kleinburg: The Art of Time Well Spent

We begin our visit to Kleinburg Village at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection and enter the 100-acre “wilderness garden” of forest paths and hiking trails. We pass the cemetery where six Group of Seven members...
Pride of Canada, Markham, Remington Group

Arts and Dining in Markham

Think outside the box, just north of Toronto’s city limits is a smart-growth urban community, a high-tech hub, North America’s largest LEED development, with opportunities for artists, a veritable playground for all ages and...
APRES NOIR

Apres Noir

Apres Noir asks the question: who are you after dark? A crowd of 1,000 glitterati expresses their answer loud and clear. In the mood to party and dressed to the nines, they converge on...
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