Photo of the Week: Toronto’s Legendary Dome

Photo of the Week: Toronto’s Legendary Dome

Want to know how to spot a true Torontonian? Ask them where the Jays play. Celebrating its 25th birthday this week, the giant white domed stadium next to the CN Tower is technically called the Rogers Centre, after telecoms giant Rogers bought it and changed the name in 2005, but...

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24 Hours In: Toronto

24 Hours In: Toronto

In Toronto but only have 24 hours? Well you’ve got your work cut out for you! Toronto is a fun, vibrant, energetic city with loads of neighbourhoods to explore and food to eat. Here are some great suggestions from our local experts here in Toronto. Breakfast (7am – 9am) In...

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Things to do in: Toronto

Things to do in: Toronto

We asked Lindsay, our Digital Marketing Manager and Toronto native, what her favourite things to do in Toronto are. She could’ve gone on, but we limited her to five… Toronto is a fun, exciting, vibrant, and diverse city, but it’s easy for visitors to get sucked into the really touristy...

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Photo of the Week: Toronto’s Ice Storm

Photo of the Week: Toronto’s Ice Storm

For those of you who haven’t been to Toronto before, you might not know that the city gets some pretty extreme weather throughout the year. Summers are scorching and the city is filled with humidity, and the winter temperatures plummet so low that warmth becomes a distant memory for locals....

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My Neighbourhood: Toronto’s Kensington Market

My Neighbourhood: Toronto’s Kensington Market

I only moved to Kensington Market recently, but it feels like I’ve lived there for ages. I’ve always been going to the neighbourhood, but living there takes things to a whole new level. Kensington Market is one of Toronto’s most cherished and multi-faceted neighbourhoods. It’s historical, cultural, diverse, laid-back, and...

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Food Friday: Toronto’s Peameal Bacon Sandwich

Food Friday: Toronto’s Peameal Bacon Sandwich

The peameal bacon sandwich is Toronto’s signature food. Its legend goes back many, many decades, to when Toronto was called ‘Hogtown’. Peameal bacon is what some might call ‘back bacon’, but it also features a very light crusting of peameal (well, it used to – now it’s cornmeal, but shhhhh...

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