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CNE 2018

CNE – Let’s Go To The Ex! The 2018 version of the Canadian National Exhibition is on again but the crowds seem to be dwindling. I attended this year, with a friend that was visiting […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Americans Considering Moving To Canada After Trump Victory

Shortly after the election results, a few weeks ago, some of my American friends have been asking me about immigrating to Canada and asking questions about what Toronto is like. First off, I have to say […]

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Toronto Is Ranked One Of The Best Cities In The World (again)

I don’t know who comes up with these polls but, once agin, Toronto is ranked one of the best cities in the world. Not surprising, seeing the downtown area has been quite vibrant from the […]

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10 Most Haunted Buildings In Toronto

10 of The Most Haunted Buildings In Toronto Do you believe in Ghosts? Here is a Top-10 list of haunted buildings in Toronto: #10 Campbell House As mentioned in a previous blog, Campbell House was […]

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Toronto Greenbelts In Autumn

One of the best things about living in Toronto are relatively large areas, within the city, that are resemble landscape in rural areas. Toronto Greenbelts are vast and remain undeveloped due to lowlands that are […]

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Cold Winter For Toronto in 2017!

A cold winter for Toronto is being predicted by the Farmers’ Almanac for 2017. While the 2016 winter seemed like a walk in the park, 2017 is going to be a cold and blustery mess. You […]

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