2019 Canadian International Air Show

I attended the Canadian National Air Show again this year and the weather was almost perfect for taking photos. The conditions were mostly sunny with some clouds to make the shots more interesting. One of my favorite stunt planes is the YAK-50

Polar Vortex Hits Toronto

Much of North America, including Toronto, experienced a Polar Vortex this week which brought frigid temperatures and a foot or two of snow. Torontonians quickly had to hone their subpar winter driving skills as they recklessly scurried around Toronto streets like vermin

Toronto Botanical Gardens

Toronto Botanical Gardens Is Centrally Located The Toronto Botanical Gardens are an oasis in the middle of the city. Situated at Leslie and Lawrence, the gardens showcase a wide range of flowers, plants, butterflies and bees. Being part of the Toronto greenbelt,

Tragic Fire at Sunnybrook Stables

In the early hours of May 20, 2018, a fire broke out at Sunnybrook Stables killing 16 horses and completely devastating the barn. Toronto Fire responded immediately, sending 50 firefighters, and were able to save a dozen horses but not the barn.

Dangerous Dans Diner Closes At Queen And Broadview

Another Toronto family business is forced to close due to high operating costs such as rent, hydro costs and taxes on prepared foods which make it less affordable for customers. Dangerous Dans, famous for his comfort food closed their doors yesterday for

Toronto Parks in Winter – A Winter Wonderland

Winters in Toronto have been quite mild the last few seasons which has been kind to wildlife, may they be birds, foxes, coyotes, or even people. While some detest the season, Toronto parks in winter are beautiful places to get away from