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The top 25 bars for dancing in Toronto by neighbourhood

Posted by Phil Villeneuve / May 27, 2016

dance bars torontoThe top bars for dancing in Toronto range from neighbourhood locals to sprawling nightclubs. Being out without knowing where the most reliable dance floor is has tainted many a potentially good night in this city, but no more. This guide should help solve any woes.

Here are my picks for the top bars for dancing in Toronto by neighbourhood.

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The top 12 events for Toronto Bike Month in 2016

Posted by Adam Pugsley / May 27, 2016

bike month torontoToronto Bike Month is back for 2016, featuring a ton of great events for cycling enthusiasts to partake in. The annual celebration goes down on May 30 until the end of June. Whether you're a mountain biker, a roadie, or you're just curious about bikes in general, bike month is a great opportunity to meet some like-minded people and learn a thing or two about cycling. So, do you have air in your tires?

Here's are my picks for the top events at Toronto Bike Month this year.

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Model railroad club re-opens in Toronto

Posted by Amy Grief / May 27, 2016

Toronto model railroad clubHop on board the Central Ontario Railway this weekend in Toronto. It's easy to now that the Model Railroad Club of Toronto is back in action.

The club, which dates back to the late 1930s, moved out of its Liberty Village home in 2013 when Lifetime Developments transformed its basement space at 171 East Liberty St. (a former munitions factory) into the Liberty Market Building, a mixed-use condo and retail facility.

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What it's like cheering on the Toronto Marlies

Posted by Martha Stortz / May 27, 2016

Toronto MarliesIn the realm of sports, Toronto has been killing it lately. The Blue Jays had an incredible season last year, the Raptors are still alive against Cleveland and Milos is onto the fourth round of the French Open.

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What it was like at the Raptors game 5 in Cleveland

Posted by Staff / May 26, 2016

raptors game 5Game five of the Conference Finals went down last night in Cleveland. Coming off two big wins in Toronto, the Raptors had everyone guessing whether it would be a third straight victory or if the Cavs would continue the home court dominance that's marked the best of seven series so far.

We joined about 50 fans from Toronto on a day trip south of the border to find the answer. We arrived at Pearson for a mid-afternoon chartered flight courtesy of Air Canada as part of their #NorthSidePride contest they've been running every series this playoffs.

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The top 10 outdoor adventures in Toronto this summer

Posted by Derek Flack / May 25, 2016

outdoor adventures torontoToronto is a city blessed by the idea of the outdoor adventure, the urban retreat, the nature spot. Name a city better equipped to facilitate a nature escape. You can't. From the Don to the Humber, this is a place uniquely blessed by ravines, streams, and everything between.

Here are my picks for the top outdoor adventures in Toronto this summer.

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