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Rock Lobster is closing its last Toronto location

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 30, 2016

rock lobster closingRock Lobster is closing its last remaining restaurant on Queen West this Saturday and a new collaboration from the folks behind Queen St. Warehouse and Darryl Fine from Bovine Sex Club is slated to replace it.

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The top 10 events in Toronto for July 2016

Posted by Phil Villeneuve / June 30, 2016

july events torontoThe top events in Toronto for July 2016 mean serious business. They'll close streets, animate parks, and takeover clubs and theatres across the city.

Here are my picks for the top events in Toronto this July.

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City

It's a long weekend full of road closures in Toronto

Posted by Derek Flack / June 30, 2016

road closures torontoCanada Day Weekend brings a whole lot of activity to Toronto, and with that comes road closures. Fortunately, traffic is reduced thanks to the exodus up north that so many people make to various lakeside retreats, but you'll still want to navigate around the city carefully given how many streets are shutdown for various events this weekend.

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Jarvis St. mansion is Toronto's newest event venue

Posted by Amy Grief / June 30, 2016

Berkeley Bicycle ClubWhat's swankier than hosting an event at an historic Toronto mansion? Not much. And if you want to, now you can - because the Gooderham House at 504 Jarvis St. is now the Berkeley Bicycle Club, a smallish venue meant for intimate parties and gatherings.

The Romanesque Revival house, which dates back to 1891, had a slew of tenants after George Horace Gooderham and his family moved out in 1906. Most recently it was Osteria dei Ganzi, an Italian restaurant (and site of the In N Out Burger pop up).

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Toronto startup delivers Costco groceries to your door

Posted by Amy Grief / June 30, 2016

Costco TorontoIt's hard to justify a Costco membership when your job's a joke, you're broke and your love life's DOA (a.k.a. when you're living alone in downtown Toronto). But now you'll be able to stock your pantry with Kirkland's finest thanks to a new startup called Comfort.to.

This locally based grocery delivery service will bring Costo products right to your apartment doorstep. Vitaliy and Madeline Savitsky, a husband and wife team, launched the company.

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Ontario will issue gender neutral licenses & health cards

Posted by Amy Grief / June 30, 2016

gender neutral drivers license ontarioIf you go to renew your health card or driver's licence in Toronto, you might notice a few changes. That's because the province of Ontario is introducing gender neutral options for both pieces of identification.

By early 2017, you'll be able to select "X" (instead of "M" or "F") on your driver's licence and for your health card, you'll be able to leave the gender field blank altogether.

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