Posts Tagged ‘toronto’

Photo of the Week — Sightseeing in Toronto

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Leuty Lifeguard Station,the Beaches, Toronto

Hitting The Beach in January

This fantastic Toronto neighbourhood offers an escape from city life — and it's only ten minutes away from downtown.


Be a Santa’s Helper at the Royal York for $219

The luxurious Fairmont property in downtown Toronto is throwing in a few dollars to help with your Christmas shopping. Find out how you can stay and save.


Via Rail get-aways in Quebec and Ontario

Take a Via Rail trip to Ontario and Quebec destinations for a weekend get-away. Packages include two nights stay at Opus Hotel in Montreal and a Niagara tour from Toronto

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Snowmen begin to occupy Toronto

Artsy creations take up positions across the city as the holiday festival called Torontoland rolls into town, writes Contributor Ofelia Legaspi.

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Cool Hand Luc makes ice cream a hot item in Toronto

At this recently opened King Street parlour, the ice creams are all-natural, gluten-free and come from fair-trade ingredients. Oh, and in case you're wondering, hey're also absolutely yummy!

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Save 50% on Porter flights

Dignified flying has been a myth for most travellers, but Porter Airlines has done its part to make taking to the skies a pleasant and pampered experience.

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13 Days of Halloween, Day 13: Toronto’s haunted castle

The 100-year-old mansion just north of downtown is a hot bed of paranormal activity and is said to be haunted by the ghost of its founder's wife. Find out where the most ideal house to trick or treat in Canada is located.

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13 Days of Halloween, No. 4: Frightening Fort York

First built in 1793, Fort York is the birthplace of urban Toronto. It was also the gravesite of hundreds of soldiers who died throughout the years when it served as the city's primary harbour defence site.

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Sausages go gourmet at WVRST in Toronto

Inventive WVRST has impressed more than one judge for the World's 50 Best Restaurants since opening on King Street in May, Correspondent Adrian Brijbassi writes.

Top 50 Restaurants in Canada
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Cirque Festival celebrates ten years