The Weather network has released its annual winter forecast for the 2019-2020 season and much of Canada is in for a long cold, snowy winter. According to… Read more »
A giant Thinking Emoji will pop up in unusual locations around Toronto to question what it means to be you in today’s digital world.
Get ready for a mindblowing experience this winter in Scarborough. The Toronto Zoo has announced the theme of the immersive Lumina Night Walk that will light up… Read more »
Beginning in Montreal on Nov. 25 and 26, two decorated trains will make the festive journey, travelling through both the U.S. and Canada to bring holiday cheer… Read more »
If you love engaging activities such as escape rooms, axe throwing, board games, arcades, this immersive city-wide scavenger hunt in Toronto with a $25,000 cash reward, organised… Read more »
Want to become an official citizen of Little Canada and place your Little Me in Little Canada – maybe at Niagara Falls? You can now be part of… Read more »
Celebrate the last long weekend of Summer with great food, fireworks and a plethora of harvest and fall fairs happening across Ontario!
Send off summer and get ready to welcome Fall with gusto!
40+ Festivals in Toronto this September: Highlights include Toronto International Film Festival, Cabbagetown Festival, Taste of Kingsway, Roncesvalles Polish Festival, Bloor West Village Toronto Ukrainian Festival, JFL42, and Nuit Blanche.
This Halloween season, witness magnificent works of pumpkin artistry coming at Pumpkins After Dark! Over 5,000 hand-carved pumpkins, displayed with a showcase of jack-o-lanterns, will light up… Read more »
Zoocasa, a full-service brokerage has released an analysis of the property tax rate in 35 Ontario cities. According to the report, residents of City of Toronto pays the lowest… Read more »
Chance The Rapper announced his highly-anticipated return to the road with The Big Day, touching down in cities across North America this fall. The tour reveal follows… Read more »
Planning a cross-country trip, particularly by train can be a tall order. There is so much to consider, from what you’re going to be wearing for two months, to what you’ll be eating and where you’ll be staying, to what you’re going to do for those two months.
Started in 1989 in response to the worldwide Fringe movement, the TORONTO FRINGE was founded by a cluster of local indie artists from the “fringes” of the performing arts community…. Read more »
Canada Day in Toronto & GTA 2019 – A comprehensive list of most of the Canada Day events, festivals and family activities happening across GTA including cities in Regions of Peel, Halton, Durham, & York.
100+ FREE Things to Do this Summer in Toronto!
Searching for free events, festivals or free places to visit and things to do this summer in Toronto? Here is a list FREE family activities for every day this summer in Toronto and GTA. Have the best Toronto staycation, and have a blast worry free!
Summers are great for going out and spending time with family and friends. Whether that means, being active with fitness classes, going to parks and conservation areas, checking out weekend festivals, there is something for everyone. There are so many places around Mississauga where you can go to have a great time.
Zipline over Heart Lake and checking out Klondike Express, are just two things that you can do this summer in Brampton. Full of music, arts, food and fun, check out this list of 25 awesome things to do in Brampton this summer:
You’ll never be bored this summer when you have options like spending the weekend camping, hand gliding and exploring trails including the longest recreational trail in the world. So let the fun begin with this list of 85+ things to do in the Durham region