Why not have Fried Chicken for Christmas this year?

Fried chicken for Christmas? Why not? Everyone loves a Christmas feast; it’s one of the best parts of the season. There are few things that beat the traditional Christmas fare: the turkey, the stuffing and all the trimmings - this is what most English-speaking countries have eaten on 25 December for [...]

Justin Bieber live in Toronto

Justin Bieber fans in Toronto were eager to see their favourite star perform at the Scotiabank Arena earlier this year as part of his World Tour, which had been scheduled to start in May in support of his most recent album, Changes. The album was his first in five years, coming [...]

Visit the Toronto Island Park

Once the latest round of Toronto’s COVID-19 restrictions have been eased, a visit to Toronto Island Park would be a great way for visitors and residents of the city to enjoy a day out.  Located in Lake Ontario, a short 13-minute ferry ride from downtown Toronto, the Island offers something for [...]

It’s time for Toronto’s Fringe Festival 2020!

The Toronto Fringe Festival was founded by local indie artists in 1989 to offer the “fringes" of the performing arts community a platform to create art at a grassroots level. The festival broke records last year selling 68 000 tickets and showcasing over 150 productions at more than 30 venues around downtown [...]

It’s Family Day in Toronto!

Family Day is set to take place on February 17th in Toronto, New Brunswick, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Family day was established to create a day for people to spend with their families, and it also provides an extra day off between New Year's Day and Good Friday. It [...]

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