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10 things to do in Toronto today

What does an old World War II munitions plant and multimedia art festival have in common? Events in Toronto today will see the old plant transformed into a playground for artists. Elsewhere, there's a screening of Juice and comedians Rhett & Link are in to perform.

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    • November 8
      A live art auction is going down, featuring the work of many local artists, all set to be sold off during this big party featuring drinks, food and dancing.
    • November 8
      Pac in his prime stars in this 1992 crime drama with one of the most iconic soundtracks and featuring a young Omar Epps.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
    • November 8
      YouTube comedians Rhett and Link arrive with their quirky, over-the-top humour as part of their Tour of Mythicality.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • November 8
      California indie pop duo Ben and Max take the genre to new and sexy places with their smooth singing that'll put you in the mood for some good tunes.
    • November 8
      Discover the city's local art scene as galleries across West Queen West welcome patrons as part of a neighbourhood art crawl.
      Multiple Venues
    • November 8
      Big, booming sounds arrive with the innovative and electric sound of California rockers Young the Giant, here to play alongside Lights.
    • November 8
      The DX is hosting a big party in celebration of innovative figures in fashion with performances by Charlotte Day Wilson and Mustafa The Poet.
      Design Exchange
    • November 8-10
      A former WWII munitions plant is being transforming into a multi-media arts festival with live music, poetry, art, performances and more.
      Small Arms Inspection Building
    • November 8-16
      The work of filmmakers from East, South and Southeast Asian artists in Canada and beyond looks to showcase the best of Asian cinema.
      Multiple Venues
    • November 8-22
      Films that showcase European culture that, at present, includes Britain, are screening completely free throughout this festival.
      The Royal Cinema
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    Small Arms Society

Lead photo by

Small Arms Society

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