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10 Toronto tourist attractions that don't suck

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Toronto tourist attractions that don't suck will help you keep your relatives occupied, and might even be worth checking out on your own. Let's be honest, while the CN Tower is a great compass, it's not exactly a thrill to pay almost $30 to go up and look down. And...

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Tech / April 19, 2015 / Comments (0)

The top 10 tech events in Toronto for spring 2015

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Tech events in Toronto this spring will give industry members and amateurs alike an opportunity to learn, network, and check out some of the sector's most mind-bending new developments. You might be looking to break into a startup, get your own projects off the ground, or just learn from the...

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Radar / April 19, 2015 / Comments (1)

The top 5 free events in Toronto: April 20-26 2015

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Free events in Toronto this week will be fun even if you're too broke for quality and too paranoid to take freebies from strangers. Film and TV are winning the week, including multiple free screenings at Smiling Buddha, but if that's not enough Rust and Bone is screening at AFT...

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City / April 19, 2015 / Comments (2)

What Leaside used to look like in Toronto

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Leaside is Toronto's railway town, or at least one of them. Starting around 1912, Canadian Northern Railway began buying up large tracts of land in the area east of Yonge, north of the Don Valley, with a view to creating planned community in the mould of its successful Port Mann...

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City / April 18, 2015 / Comments (5)

Your photos of yesterday's foggy sunrise in Toronto

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Amongst the various treats offered by spring weather, early morning fog is probably the most seductive for photographers. Yesterday morning was about as moody as they come, starting with a low-lying fog that hung around as the sun rose, making it look like a giant hole in the atmosphere. In...

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Fashion & Style / April 18, 2015 / Comments (3)

The top 10 wedding venues for creative types in Toronto

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Looking for a wedding venue in Toronto just as unusual as you are? If banquet halls sound a little too stuffy (how often would you party in one of those, anyway?) Toronto's galleries and performing arts centres offer off-the-beaten-path ceremony or reception options that can infuse personality, charm, and maybe...

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Eat & Drink / April 18, 2015 / Comments (8)

The top 10 bars to watch a Raptors game in Toronto

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Want to watch the Raptors game at a Toronto bar? There are plenty of sports bars and pubs around the city, but this list zeros in on the best of the best to watch the Dinos in action. Not chillin' courtside with Drake or gazing at the big screen outside...

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Pancer's Original Deli is the new name for the Bathurst St. deli previously known as Moe Pancer's Deli. The iconic delicatessen has been reclaimed by the Pancer family who originally...

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Annette Food Market occupies the space that was previously Italian restaurant Sagra in the Junction. Owners Max and Amara Mancuso, who are also the brains behind The Good Neighbour next...

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Top Gun Steak has landed in Kensington Market, sandwiches, milkshakes, fries and all. Augusta Avenue is welcoming this new restaurant with a patio just in time for spring, with beef,...

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