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Bike Share rolls out Pride themed bikes in Toronto

Posted by Amy Grief / July 1, 2016

pride bikesNow that the rain's cleared up, it's going to be a beautiful Pride weekend in Toronto. And what better way to get around than on a bicycle, especially a rainbow bicycle?

Bike Share Toronto revealed its fleet of rainbow bikes earlier today. They're stationed at Bloor and Church and are part of a TD Bank promotion - TD's a big Pride Toronto sponsor. Ad agency Leo Burnett created the multi-coloured two-wheelers.

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10 things to do near the lake this summer in Toronto

Posted by Derek Flack / July 1, 2016

lake summer torontoSummer is the time for Toronto folk to fully and properly enjoy Lake Ontario. We often take this natural wonderland for granted, but there are so many different ways to take advantage of its various pleasures that it would an utter shame to let the warmest months pass by without spending some serious time at on the water.

Here are 10 things to do on or near the lake this summer in Toronto.

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Here's what Toronto's huge new rooftop pool looks like

Posted by Martha Stortz / June 30, 2016

rooftop pool torontoAbove popular condos and adjacent to popular cheat day go-tos is Toronto's newest rooftop pool. The 155-foot long pool (47.24 if you're counting in Canadian) is located in Lavelle, a new King West restaurant/bar/rooftop experience.

I had the opportunity to check out the pool at a fundraiser for the Drive for Dreams Foundation, held at Lavelle last night. After taking the elevator up to the rooftop and walking out on the rooftop, I was immediately in awe and regretful of what my life could have been had I chosen a STEM career.

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Caribbean cricket league wants to expand to Toronto

Posted by Staff / June 29, 2016

cricket torontoCould Toronto get a cricket league? Yes, if the Caribbean Premier League's (CPL) chief executive Damien O'Donohoe gets his way.

In an interview with ESPN, O'Donohue revealed New York and Toronto as two places he'd like to expand to.

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The top 10 Canada Day fireworks in Toronto for 2016

Posted by Phil Villeneuve / June 29, 2016

Canada Day Fireworks TorontoCanada Day fireworks in Toronto mean that around 10 p.m. on July 1st, the city is going to get very bright and noisy. Literally almost every fireworks show begins at that moment. After a full day of fun and music and running around, it will be nice to sit and just stare up at the sky, don't you think?

Here's a list of the top spots to catch Canada Day fireworks in Toronto.

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Toronto's Seinfeld-themed bar is actually happening

Posted by Amy Grief / June 28, 2016

Seinfeld bar torontoThe show about nothing is coming to Toronto this summer. That's right, you'll soon be able to visit Monk's Diner in the 6ix thanks to the Seinfeld-themed pop-up bar, which is slated to open on July 15.

Tickets to the big opening party go on sale on June 29 at 12:30 p.m. These tickets are non-transferable and there will be a limit of two per person. Nearly 25,000 people are interested in the event on Facebook, so you better act quickly if you want in.

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