This will be the second outpost for Stryke Target Range, a facility that's currently based in Brampton. Along with axe-throwing, Stryke also has archery, knife-throwing and air rifles. Here, it costs about $50 per person for a three hours of target practice if you're visiting with a group of four (or more).
Initially, the TTC said it was going to stop accepting Metropasses and tokens by mid-2017. However, as the Globe and Mail reports today, the these methods of payment will become obsolete to subway, bus and streetcar riders no later than the end of next year.
Damon dined at Byblos before walking over to the Princess of Wales theatre. He was later joined by the films stars Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams who dutifully posed for selfies and the traditional red carpet shots.
Check out all the Matt Damon and Manchester by Sea action in this photo gallery.
As TD Bank's Diana Petramala says in the Globe and Mail, the average price of a home in Toronto is up 18 per cent since last year and we hit record sales in August. "Toronto's appreciation in average home prices since early 2015 has now exceeded Vancouver's," she writes.
On Tuesday, September 20, there will be a live auction at the site of the now-shuttered Woodbridge plant, which will be followed by an online version on Wednesday, September 21.
Thanks to TIFF's annual Festival Street, King is closed between University and Spadina. It'll reopen on Monday at 5 a.m. It's a pleasure to walk down a car-free King Street, but if you rely on the 504 to get to-and-fro, check out the streetcar's alternate route. And remember, there will be no service between York and Charlotte.