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Bom Dia Canadá

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Bom Dia Canadá

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The NoSleep Podcast The Great Hall (1087 Queen West), October 10, 8 pm. $21.50. 19+. thenosleeppodcast.com The NoSleep podcast was born out of the subreddit of the same name, a forum where aspiring Stephen Kings and Chuck Palahniuks post original horror stories. Hosted and produced by Toronto’s David Cummings, the podcast is an anthology of the […]

We are all upset that summer ended but there is still a lot to do in the City. The events in Toronto for September 2019 have some newcomers that are cause for excitement, including star chef Matty Matheson’s big food and music festival and a new show from Cirque du Soleil. There’s plenty of concerts, food, free stuff and markets happening, too.   Toronto […]

From August 15-18, 1969, an estimated 400,000 spectators attended Woodstock, a music event held in Bethel, New York, that quickly became a defining moment in the counter-cultural movement of the era. Nearly three dozen acts performed over the course of four days, ranging from the Grateful Dead to The Who to Jimi Hendrix, who closed out the show. To […]

The 2019 CNE is finally approaching and you can enjoy everything between August 16 and September 2 (Labour Day). These are the top things to do in the Canadian National Exhibition, the biggest fair in Canada.   The New Stuff A giant Godzilla, raccoon sculptures, a Woodstock festival, super cheap food, a comedy series, concerts and […]

CARIBANA GRAND PARADE Date: August 3 Exhibition Place & Lakeshore Boulevard The Toornto Caribbean Carnival is, today, renowned as the largest cultural celebration in all of North America. This colourful tradition is around half a century old.   VELD Date: August 3 & 4 Downsview Park Electronic and Hip Hop Music Festival   OVO FEST […]

Journey Cannabis & Music Festival announced today that they will be cancelling what organizers were calling Canada’s first legal marijuana-themed music festival. Furthermore, the press release detailing the event’s demise takes aim at the municipal government of an Ontario municipality. “The City of Vaughan has stopped Canada’s first cannabis and music festival dead in its tracks […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]