The City of Toronto, in collaboration with the local screen industry, is launching xoTO Schools, a pilot program with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) to enable… Read more »
The Town of Richmond Hill is reopening the David Dunlap Observatory for public programming. The David Dunlap Observatory (DDO) is the largest telescope in Canada. From 1935… Read more »
Boasting plenty of outdoor lounge seating, gorgeous décor and maximum sun exposure during the day, the spacious 1600 sq. ft patio is an urban oasis that offers a stunning view of the the Park with its immaculately landscaped gardens, blossoms and five reflecting pools!
Confirmed today, Phil Collins Not Dead Yet, Live! tour is coming to North America this October for 15 shows only. This limited engagement by the legendary performer… Read more »
Relive four of the epic episodes on the big screen with John Williams’ marvellously memorable scores played live to picture by Toronto Symphony Orchestra. See presentations of A… Read more »
Ontario is providing Toyota with a conditional grant of up to $110 million towards an overall investment valued at $1.4 billion to bring more than 8,000 Toyota… Read more »
City of Pickering has transferred 10 parcels of land totaling 8.22 hectares (20.3 acres) to Parks Canada to help complete Rouge National Urban Park. Once completed, Rouge… Read more »
Last year they brought the duck! This year, it is larger-than-life installation made up of six, 6.5ft tall motorized beach balls. Have a ball exploring HTO Pendulum Wave,… Read more »
A list of 100 Best Brunch Restaurants in Canada for 2018.
Experience breathtaking images that showcase scientific discoveries at the cellular level as Inner Spaces, part of the Contact Photography Festival, which opens May 1, 2018, at the… Read more »
AGO Offers a Way to See to the Sold-out Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors, if You don’t Have the Tickets Yet!
The Art Gallery of Ontario announces extended hours for sold-out Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors. Before the exhibition closes, the AGO is giving art fans even more chances… Read more »
Six-time JUNO Award-winning and multiplatinum-selling Canadian rock icons, Sam Roberts Band, have just been announced as the Saturday headliner at the 2018 Queen’s Plate Festival. The three-day… Read more »
The City of Toronto will host the #TorontoStrong Vigil this Sunday evening at Mel Lastman Square.
City of Toronto establishes #TorontoStrong Fund to support victims of tragic incident at Yonge and Finch.
Live Nation launches ‘National Concert Week’ with an exclusive $20 all-in ticket offer for fans to celebrate the kickoff to its biggest summer season. The deal will… Read more »
GRAMMY®-nominated singer-songwriter, producer, actress, and activist Janelle Monáe has announced her return to touring with her upcoming North American Dirty Computer Tour. Fellow Wondaland artists Alexe Belle… Read more »
Canada Post has released a new stamp that celebrates 65-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II, longest-reigning sovereign in Canada’s modern era. The stamp was unveiled the stamp during… Read more »
The chip truck is a low-cost, mobile microchip clinic that offers a microchip, pet licence and rabies vaccine for $25 per cat and $35 per dog. Pet owners who already have a valid City of Toronto pet licence pay $10 for a microchip and/or rabies vaccine.
The City of Toronto is implementing a four-per-cent Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT) on all hotel accommodations within Toronto as of April 1 and short-term rentals on or… Read more »
Fleurs de Villes Inc. is bringing its fresh Floral Mannequin Series to six shopping centres across Canada this spring. The unique, five-day exhibition is Fleurs de Villes’ signature event and the first of its kind in Canada, blending fashion design and floral design made with fresh blooms with bespoke floral-dressed mannequins as well as a pop-up fresh flower market.