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Besides the free outdoor movies, now we have the free outdoor concerts. A great excuse to all music fans to head downtown for a free show. Is there any better way to spend your summer nights? Every Friday, until the end of August.   July 5 Playing: Keita Juma, Locals Only Sound and Surauchie. Genre: R&B. July 12 Playing: Cassie and […]

Time to throw out your passports!… Okay hold on, don’t do it just yet. Digital is the way of the future, and especially when it comes to travelling, the less baggage you have to carry with you, the better.   A new pilot program between Canada and the Netherlands is introducing a way to cross […]

JULY 1st CANADA DAY  It’s time to celebrate Canada for its 152 anniversary. We tell you where you can see the firework and enjoy this holiday.   Mel Lastman Square What: An evening for a family-friendly affair of eats and drinks, face painting, an eclectic assortment of live music, arts and fireworks. Time: 6 pm to 10:30 […]

Want to know what Toronto’s skyline will look like in a few years or even a decade? There’s an exhibit at Metro Hall that will give you a sneak peek. One of the biggest draws at the event, dubbed Toronto of the Future, is The One — a skyscraper that’s currently under construction at Yonge and Bloor streets. The […]

Jazz Alba, a Graphic Designer from Toronto decided to show the Raptors journey in the NBA Championship. His illustrations portray the most relevant moments for the Toronto Team. Describes the Raptors fever, from the murals, the Kawh’actus to the pressure to make Fun Guy stay. These hilarious images are presented as this was one of […]

It has been a dodgy few days for Ontario’s Premier, Doug Ford. After announcing a major cabinet reshuffling on Thursday, then hiring and un-hiring several employees within 24 hours after accusations of nepotism, he has now angered Ontarians even more. Doug Ford has cancelled Canada Day celebrations at Queen’s Park in Toronto and people are not happy. […]

The Ontario government’s new rent increase guideline for Toronto allows a larger jump than last year’s. Landlords in Toronto and the rest of the province will be able to increase rent by a maximum of 2.2 per cent in 2020. This means that if your rent is $1,000 a month, it can rise to $1,022 a month, from […]

Summer Favorites A movie under the stars The classic night feeling the cool summer breeze while enjoying a movie with your friends or family, and there’s plenty of opportunities to do that this summer as parks across the city play host to free or pay-what-you-can screenings for all ages. Eat and drink at a night market Summer […]

A recent photo of sled dogs trekking through melted sea ice is being regarded as an impactful symbol of changing climate conditions. On June 13, Steffen M. Olsen, Danish climatologist exposed the ongoing effects of climate change, after snapping a startling photo as their team were travelling over melted sea ice sheet to retrieve weather […]

It’s Sir James Paul McCarney 77th Birthday. Let’s check some facts you may not know about him. 1. HIS FIRST INSTRUMENT WAS NOT A GUITAR His first trumpet was a gift from his dad for his 14th birthday. But Paul soon traded the trumpet for a guitar. You can’t sing while playing the trumpet. His […]