Tim Hortons Southside Shuffle Blues and Jazz Festival

Mississauga, On: September 11-13, 2015 – the 17th annual festival. With an abundance of events in Memorial Park and live entertainment in the restaurants, pubs, coffee houses, clubs and outdoor cafes of Port Credit, there is something for everyone at …

Go Bird Watching

Bird watching in Toronto can be very exciting…especially if you get to site a Blue Jay! Even rarer is a Blue Jay in the playoffs. Come check out our Toronto Blue Jays as they make a run for the MLB …

Rick Mercer’s Graffiti Alley

Where do storefronts burst with psychedelic abstractions? Where are figurative scenes sprayed onto walls laden with hidden stories? where does Rick mercer do his famous rants? The Queen Street West area of Toronto, that’s where. There is so much to …

Toronto Influencers; Scott Penner

Costume and set designer Scott Penner takes audiences to enchanted places with his bold, whimsical and transporting creations. Having worked in London, Penner now calls Toronto home. Here he talks about finding inspiration from Alexander McQueen, his favorite about-Broadway podcast …

Indulge Your Culinary Whims

Ever wanted to forage for mushrooms in an ancient forest? Or spend an afternoon learning about the history of the noodle or the origins of saffron? Toronto’s Chowbella Taste & Travel can make it happen. Founder and chief culinary ambassador …

Pan Am Flame Arrives in Canada to Begin 41-Day Journey

TORONTO May 30, 2015 – Col. Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian to walk in space, and Rosie MacLennan, world champion and Olympic and Pan Am trampoline gold medallist, helped kick off Day 1 of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games …

North by Northeast Music and Film Festival

But if you can’t catch the Governor’s Island ferry, fret not. North by Northeast–Toronto’s annual music, film, comedy, and interactive art festival–takes the city of Toronto by storm again this June. Now in its twenty first year supporting and celebrating …

Images Without Boundaries

For the month of May, galleries and museums across the city of Toronto will feature boundary-pushing exhibitions of photo-based works by Canadian and international artists for the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival. There will be 12 public installations—think giant billboards at …

Evergreen Brick Works

A former brick-making factory, the Evergreen Brick Works is now an environmental community centre located in the Lower Don Ravines in the heart of Toronto. There are activities for the whole family including guided hikes, a year-round farmers market, and …

Jonny Blonde’s Food Truck

When culinary genius Jonny Blonde locked eyes with documentary filmmaker Layal Al-Haidari at a mutual friend’s birthday party back in 2012 little did they know that just six months later they’d be starting a business together—the gourmet food truck Jonny …