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Fashion & Style

This is when the Uniqlo at the Eaton Centre is opening

Posted by Amy Grief / August 24, 2016

uniqlo torontoAfter years of waiting, Toronto will finally get not one, but two Uniqlo stores this fall. The Japanese retailer is slated to open up in the Eaton Centre and Yorkdale, on September 30 and October 20, respectively.

The 27,400 square foot Eaton Centre store will be split over two levels, so you'll have lots of space to shop around for your new ultra light down jacket and Heattech leggings (these will likely become your new winter wardrobe staples).

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TTC buses might soon look a lot different

Posted by Derek Flack / August 24, 2016

new TTC bus designThe general paint scheme of TTC buses hasn't been revamped in a very long time, but that could be set to change as part of the Commission's overhaul program, which rebuilds and refurbishes the fleet to prolong its lifespan.

Photos of a TTC bus with a new paint scheme (or livery, as it's technically referred to) recently surfaced online, though it wasn't immediately clear whether they depicted an actual bus or were an example of some creative Photoshop work. We've seen plenty of mock rebrands in the past, but this new bus design is the real deal, at least in a limited capacity.

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Eat & Drink

The food at the ACC in Toronto about to get a lot better

Posted by Amy Grief / August 24, 2016

acc torontoIf you're a Leafs or Raptors fan, chances are you'll make it to the Air Canada Centre at least once during the 2016-2017 season. And when you're there, you'll likely treat yourself to some over-priced eats. But instead of snacking on mass-produced junk food, you'll soon be able to grab a bite from an indie outlet.

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Eat & Drink

The top 5 new patios with the best views in Toronto

Posted by Alice Prendergast / August 24, 2016

lavelle torontoThe top new patios with the best views in Toronto offer some pretty sweet sights of our fair city. Instead of opting for a secluded back patio or a people-watching spot, head to one of these brand new watering holes to see everything from sky rises to the waters of Lake Ontario.

Here are my picks for the top new patios with the best views in Toronto

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The top 21 art galleries in Toronto by neighbourhood

Posted by Amy Grief / August 24, 2016

art galleries torontoArt galleries in Toronto fill our various neighbourhoods with culture and creativity. These spots usually let you browse for free, because let's be honest: at commercial galleries, most of the artwork is simply too pricey. Though that should never stop you from peeking inside to see what's going on in our local visual arts scene beyond the AGO.

Here are my picks for the top art galleries in Toronto by neighbourhood.

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Best of Toronto

The Best Mexican Restaurants in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 24, 2016

mexican restaurants torontoThe best Mexican restaurants in Toronto do more than just tacos and some don't even do tacos at all. While the tortilla-topped specialties (when offered) are on point, there's a whole range of roasted meats, traditional stews and sandwiches for you to devour.

Here are the best Mexican restaurants in Toronto.
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