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Enjoy today’s mild temperatures while you still can, Toronto, because it’s about to get a whole lot colder. “Bursts of snow and some biting cold are ahead for southern Ontario this week,” notes a blog post on The Weather Network’s website. “While the region will miss out on most of the significant storms at work in […]

A plataforma de partilha de vídeos YouTube anunciou, na quarta-feira, o reforço das suas políticas contra o assédio online, que preveem uma postura mais forte e consequências para quem fizer ameaças e ataques pessoais. Num comunicado enviado às redações, a empresa esclareceu que desenvolveu a estrutura que já utilizava para combater a incitação ao ódio […]

It’s been over a year since the legalization of adult-use cannabis in Canada, and as stores continue to roll out across the country, one thing is for sure: Canadians love their legal weed. A new report from Statistics Canada on Wednesday shows that in the year following the legalization of non-medical cannabis in Canada, the retail cannabis […]

While finding a parking ticket on your vehicle is typically at the top of the list of the worst things to discover, a group in Toronto is trying to change that perception. A group of thoughtful masterminds have been issuing hundreds of fake parking tickets throughout the city with the hopes of brightening people’s day. […]

1. May: Moby – Play Moby’s fourth album was everywhere in 1999, featuring such ad-friendly favourites as Porcelain, Natural Blues and Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?   2. February: Eminem – The Slim Shady LP Marshall Mathers released his second album, which featured the huge hit My Name Is. 3. March: Blur – […]

At the end of 2018, the Toronto Public Library’s list of the most borrowed titles was heavy on thrillers and politics (and the driver’s handbook). This year, the annual ranking favours weighty literary fiction titles, many by women. The TPL’s most borrowed book of 2019 was former U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama‘s memoir Becoming, which also happens […]

Another year has (almost) come and gone, and it’s time to take a moment to reflect on the highs and lows of 2019 and all the time that has passed. Part of this includes all the major moments of the year (and yes, there were lots of them) including Kawhi Leonard’s buzzer-beating shot in the NBA semi-finals […]

Opportunities to volunteer in Toronto this holiday season don’t have to be limited to doling out dinners and wrapping presents. Those are great ways to help out, but spots for the most conventional volunteer positions are often filled months in advance of the holidays. If you can’t donate this holiday season, here are some good […]

Right now, you can find lots of outstanding offers on fun experiences and delicious restaurants. To help you save your money in the last month of the year, we’ve made a list of the best Toronto Groupons you need to check out. 14 Bottles Of Wine Original Price: $77.50 Sale Price: $14 Why You Need It: You […]

Niagara Falls will be even busier — and more in the holiday spirit — than usual next weekend as it kicks off its annual Winter Festival of Lights on November 16. The fest is the biggest in the country and attracts more than 1.8 million visitors each year, so you can count on the fact that its opening ceremony is […]