Tag Archives: Toronto

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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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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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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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When In Midtown Toronto, Visit Coquine!

Restaurant Coquine For many years, a restaurant at Yonge and Manor Drive, has been a favourite go to place for eats and drinks. Coquine, as it is presently known, has gone through several “rebrands” over […]

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Some Basic Tips On Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography allows you to get some special effects to your everyday photo shoots. It basically involves setting your camera to a manual mode and slowing down the shutter speed. Long exposure photography can […]

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Toronto Air Show Should Be Expanded

There has been recent discussion, by some groups, to put an end to The Toronto Air Show. Yes, it’ noisy and whatnot but it’s symbolic of Canada’s heritage and for standing up to what is […]

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Toronto’s “Garden District” Under Threat!

Another horrific development is underway in Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam’s area of governance! Godzilla like machinery has been deployed at Jarvis and Dundas which is clawing away on century old architecture. The “well thought out” demolition and redevelopment […]

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Campbell House

Campbell House was built in 1822 for Upper Canada Chief Justice Sir William Campbell. It was originally located at Frederick and Adelaide, in York’s (now Toronto) east end. The home was constructed for Campbell and […]

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Victoria College

Founded in 1836 by Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, Victoria College is one of the finest examples of historic architecture at the University of Toronto. Ryerson was a Methodist minister, politician, and an education advocate in the days southern Ontario was […]

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