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Arts

More Toronto art galleries flock to Dupont St.

Posted by Derek Flack / June 26, 2015

toronto art galleries dupont streetThe Toronto gallery scene is in the midst of a major geographic transition, one that's witnessing a collective exodus away from storefront spaces on heavily trafficked streets like Dundas and Queen West to former industrial areas where the rent is cheaper and the space far more ample.



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News Flash

Road closures in Toronto: June 26-28 2015

Posted by Derek Flack / June 26, 2015

toronto road closuresRoad closures in Toronto for the weekend of June 26-28 rounds up the key transportation shut-downs affecting the city, including street and TTC closures.

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Photo of the Day

Don't crap on the grass

Posted by Derek Flack / June 26, 2015

Tech

Toronto to get blazing fast internet to rival Google Fibre

Posted by Derek Flack / June 25, 2015

2015625-toronto-internet.jpgToronto is about to get some of the fastest internet on the planet according to Bell Canada, who announced today that it's installing a new service in the city that will rival Google Fiber. Bell has dubbed the project Gigabit Fibe, which is set to roll out this summer in Toronto.

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City

See how filthy the Toronto harbour gets after heavy rain

Posted by Derek Flack / June 25, 2015

toronto harbourHave you noticed the state of the Toronto harbour over the last few days? While it's starting to get better, it's been a brown mess since a powerful storm in the early morning on Tuesday dropped a month's worth of rainfall on the city in just a few hours.

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Arts

Free tours of Toronto's Graffiti Alley on this summer

Posted by Derek Flack / June 25, 2015

2015625-graffiti-toronto.jpgTours of graffiti alley in Toronto are nothing new, but there's extra incentive to explore one of the city's hot spots for street art as the local BIA has ponied up to make them free this summer. Each weekend, TourGuys will lead walks through the colourful haven on Saturdays starting on July 4th at 1pm.

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