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Sports & Play / October 22, 2014 / Comments (1)

How to spend a day in Scarborough

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Scarborough is one of the biggest districts in the GTA. Spanning from Victoria Park Avenue to the borders of Pickering, it's home to a vastly diverse population due to waves and waves of new immigrants over the years, as well as a handful of natural landmarks worth a long gander....

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Tech / October 22, 2014 / Comments (4)

Ryerson unveils major development on Church St.

Ryerson Church Street Development

As work on Ryerson's new Student Centre nears completion, the university has just announced a major new development on Church just north of Dundas. Although the building has yet to receive a name, we do know what it will house. The new structure will be home to the School of...

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City / October 22, 2014 / Comments (20)

John Tory carries wide lead as election nears

John Tory poll

If there was any doubt that John Tory is the favourite heading into the municipal election, the latest numbers from Forum Research should put that to rest. The same company that put Tory and Doug Ford neck and neck two weeks ago, now has the mayoral candidates separated by 14...

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Eat & Drink / October 22, 2014 / Comments (1)

Your photos of Thai food in Toronto

thai food toronto

It's hard to say what takeout food Toronto likes the most, but you know that Thai would be part of a heated competition for top spot. We challenged our readers to post their best photos of Thai eats -- both takeout and otherwise -- with the dangle of prizes from...

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Announcements / October 22, 2014

Toronto's newest takeout spot does seafood sandwiches

Little Fin Toronto

The same hospitality group behind The Chase Fish & Oyster and Colette have opened the doors to their much-anticipated take-out spot serving creative sandwiches stuffed with all sorts of seafood. Find out more in my profile of Little Fin in the restaurants section....

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Radar / October 22, 2014 / Comments (1)

Today in Toronto: imagineNATIVE, Beerworking, Curationalism, Shoppe and Tailor, Bogota in Berlin

today in Toronto

Today in Toronto imagineNATIVE kicks off at TIFF, Hot Docs, The Everleigh, Trinity Square Video, and Native Canadian Centre of Toronto. The 7pm screening at Bloor Hot Docs features Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement's What We Do in the Shadows, in which a New Zealand documentary crew are "given unparalleled...

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Music / October 21, 2014 / Comments (24)

You can now bid on the El Mocambo sign on Ebay

El Mocambo ebay

The El Mocambo drama never stops here in Toronto - except it really, really will soon. After doomsday speculation made what seemed like a permanent and cozy nest around the historic concert venue, the building has been sold, the last parties have been booked, and we no longer have to...

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Garrison Bespoke wants to help Toronto's men be their best-dressed selves. The bespoke suiting shop, tucked into a quiet building on Wellington just a stone's throw away from the Financial...

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Kujira is a month-old sushi bar in Yorkville that takes pride in thoughtfully crafted, individually garnished, hand-pressed and hand-rolled sushi. The sunken 56-seat restaurant occupies a lower-level unit on Cumberland,...

Little Fin/ Restaurants

Little Fin, now open at the base of the Dineen Building in the Financial District, aims to bait the expense-account toting, Bay St. lunch crowd with a seafood-centric menu that...

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Schmaltz is an appetizing store, a source for Jewish delicacies traditionally consumed with bagels. It's the lesser known cousin to the deli, if you will. Found in an out-building behind...

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