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7 things to do in Toronto today

Today in Toronto we get a great big dose of hope and excitement as Canada's World Junior Hockey team head to the gold medal game against team USA in Montreal. Unless you're adventurous and can head to Quebec to watch it live, we suggest catching all the action at one of the city's best sports bars.

  • Events you might want to check out
    About the Event
    • January 5
      The Canadian team gloriously won their game against Sweden yesterday, which puts them in the gold medal game tonight against USA. They'll play at 7:30 p.m. at the Bell Centre in Montreal.
      Bell Centre
    • January 5-7
      2016 Just for Laughs Stand Up Comedian of the Year Sebastian Maniscalco continues spreading his laughs across North America on his Why Would You Do That? Tour. He's a favourite of Vince Vaughn's and helps hosts The Pete and Sebastian Podcast Show.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • January 5
      Yas Kween! is a monthly night of comedy that creates a space for those who identify as Women of colour/ethnicity (WOC) to share their voices, develop their craft, and connect with each other. Tonight features the fierce talents of females like Aisha Brown, Jhanelle Dennis Carol Zoccoli, Rakhee Morzaria, Layla, Khan, Marie Sotto Cathryn Naiker, Daphney Joseph and @runninatthemouth
      Bad Dog Theatre
    • January 5
      The Canadian premiere of this acclaimed Australian coming of age film, Teenage Kicks "confronts the topsy-turvy world of adolescence with a deeply compelling style and spirit" according to the Guardian. It's a one night only screening presented by the Inside Out film fest.
    • January 5
      Do you know who won the Best Actor Oscar in 1956? Can you name Ross's pet monkey on Friends? Do you like to answer pop culture trivia questions? Well then get your butt to Pop Culture Trivia at The Ossington. It's free to play, there are prizes and you can play is teams.
    • January 5
      Start off the new year with a night of new dance steps. Head to the main hall at the Tranzac and take a beginner fox-trot dance lesson before Ben Harvey and his Ornamentals and Cody McMillan and the Astrosurfers take to the stage for some vintage rock and jazz.
    • January 5
      A night of live music for a good cause, School of Rock is raising money for Educate an Island!, an organization that provides free education to the locals of Koh Rong in Cambodian. The lineup includes Taylor Kurta, Avery Florence, Peter Graham, 501 East, Dave Borins, and Sick, Wicked & Nasty.
  • Ongoing events
    About the Event
    • January 4-15
      The Toronto Fringe started the Next Stage Theatre Festival 10 years ago to give indie artists an opportunity to take their work to the next level. Plays and artists who showcase their work at this underground theatre fest have gone on to win awards and tour the country with their pieces. Catch them while you can.
      Factory Theatre
    • January 3-6
      The Festival of New Formats is an experimental comedy fest and the best way for producers to try new show formats in sketch, improv or stand-up for free. Some of Comedy Bar's best recurring shows got their start at FoNF. It's a super fun week of up and coming comedy talent.
      Comedy Bar
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