Posts Tagged ‘Things to see and do’

Hot Ticket: Toronto Christmas Market is back!

Toronto Christmas Market takes over the Distillery Historic District for another year of holiday magic. Now in its eighth season, the market has quickly become one of the city’s favourite holiday traditions.

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Hot ticket: The CNE

The Canadian National Exhibition is back for the 140th year, bringing summer to a close with two weeks of fun and games. Running from Aug. 17 to Sept. 3, this year’s festival will feature plenty of classic Ex attractions, plus new food, artists and more.

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The sweet simplicity of Sunday dinner

What is it about Sunday that makes it feel like the best day to entertain? Think about it: a long, lazy afternoon with loved ones, gathered together around the table. Uncomplicated dishes and sides – without the formality of a Saturday night dinner party.

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Hot ticket: June is Pride Month

Welcome, June! It would seem that the advent of the sixth month of the year is the official kick off to the city’s events roster. The month’s biggest event is, of course, Pride and not just here, but across the globe.

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Hot ticket: Cherry Blossoms in High Park

With spring seemingly in full swing, thousands of visitors will flock to High Park to take in the sights and scents of ‘Sakura’ or cherry blossom trees. According to the High Park Nature Centre, 20 to 65 per cent of the flowers opened as of Sunday morning, with optimal bloom expected between Sunday May 7th…

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Hot ticket: infinity Mirrors at the AGO

If there’s one thing you have to try to see this spring, it’s the incredible, immersive Infinity Mirrors installation by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, now on at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors provides visitors with the unique opportunity to experience six of Kusama’s most iconic kaleidoscopic environments at once

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Life’s a beach!

With over 33 beaches to discover, there’s no doubt as to why San Diego is considered California’s beach city. And the city’s many coastal neighbourhoods give you ample access to sand and surf. 

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Before you commit, date your prospective hood

“So what’s the neighbourhood really like?” It’s an oft-asked question from prospective homebuyers when they’re on the hunt for a new address. It’s a loaded one, taking into account their lifestyle preferences, and whether or not the area is family-friendly or suitable for first-time home buyers.

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Hot ticket: Canadian International Autoshow

The problem with February is that it’s the longest-shortest month. Beyond the hullaballoo of New Year’s Eve/Day and Valentine’s Day and the impending arrival of Spring, there’s not a helluva whole lot to do. Enter the Canadian International Autoshow – or just “the autoshow” for short.

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