A Mouthwatering Weekend at Centennial Park

Spice lovers, rejoice. Caribbean flavors get their due at Toronto’s Centennial Park this summer during Jerkfest. From August 10th–13th, Centennial Park brings jerk vendors (vegetarian options available!), arts & crafts, and live entertainment to Toronto. Plus, a jerk competition allows …

Getting Crafty

Happy 150th anniversary, Canada! Show your national pride by supporting local artisans. During the month of July, Toronto Etsy Street Team Gallery presents an art and craft show with works by Canadian creators. Find fabulous hand-bound journals, embroidered handbags, and …

A Savory Stroll in Toronto

At the Kensington Krawl, experience the city of Toronto through your taste buds. Stroll through Kensington Market in Downtown Toronto while a guide introduces you to local shopkeepers and chefs, explains the history and heritage of the market, and of …

One Fish, Two Fish

Shrimp, Ceviche, and a Seafood Pancake For fabulous fish, visit Honest Weight. Prefer a New England version of seafood? Try the chowder. Into a Japanese preparation? Go for the okonomiyaki (a savory seafood pancake). Up for something a little more …
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Trees of Joy!

Phillips Moving and North American Moving services are proud to support the Children’s Wish Foundation and specifically their November fund raising event “Tree of Joy”. The event is Friday, November 24, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm at the …

Georgia O’Keeffe’s Luscious Landscapes

Georgia O’Keeffe may be one of the most celebrated nature painters of all time. Her instantly recognizable representations of steer horns and flowers, her relationship with major art world personality Alfred Stieglitz, and her long career (she lived to be …

Escape the city and find your WayHome

WayHome Music & Arts returns to Burl’s Creek Event Grounds July 28th – 30th, 2017. The Burl’s Creek grounds are located north of Barrie, ON but south of Orillia, ON The three-day music and arts festival will feature Imagine Dragons, …

Happy 100th Birthday, National Hockey League

Although Egyptians and Ethiopians were playing some version of hockey around 4,000 years ago, Canada still gets all the credit for developing the contemporary version of the sport on ice. According to legend, the eastern portions of the country originated …

Toronto Storytelling Festival

Storytellers are gathering around the campfire – from Haida Gwaii, Quebec, Japan, Ethiopia, Iran, Newfoundland, Haiti, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, and even outer space. Story Jam 150 is a celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary featuring the finest storytellers from Toronto, Canada, and …

March Madness!

The Toronto Raptors are looking to finish the regular season strong and enter the play-offs with a bang! Join the action at the Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto or when the weather warms up for the play-offs…you can join …