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Panoramic photo of the cityscape of Toronto, Ontario taken from Centre Island.
  • Ontario capacity limits lifted but some health measures to stay in place until 2022
    by Karen Longwell on October 22, 2021 at 6:59 pm

    On Monday, gyms, restaurants and bars will return to normal capacity limits — the kind we haven’t seen since March of 2020. As reported earlier, Ontario has now officially announced that the province will lift capacity limits, effective Oct. 25 at 12:01 a.m., in the vast majority of settings where proof of vaccination are required, such as restaurants, bars and other food or drink establishments. Indoor areas of sports and recreational facilities, such as gyms and spaces where personal […]

  • Toronto is getting an immersive Nutcracker exhibition from the same people as Van Gogh
    by Michelle Payot on October 22, 2021 at 6:52 pm

    The Nutcracker is coming back to Toronto this year but for the first time in an immersive way just like the Van Gogh, Monet and Klimt exhibitions that have been taking place in Toronto. This year, there will be a massive exhibition that will transport you into your favourite Christmas ballet. The Immersive Nutcracker: A Winter Miracle exhibition will be displayed in a massive abandoned warehouse in downtown Toronto. Featuring some scenes from the beloved ballet, it will encompass the whole […]

  • Adam Savage just ate burgers at a Toronto restaurant with Paul Sun-Hyung Lee
    by Amy Carlberg on October 22, 2021 at 6:31 pm

    Nerdy pals Adam Savage and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee just had a burger date last night at a Toronto restaurant that catered perfectly to their love of all things geeky. The duo dined at Storm Crow Manor on Oct. 21 with their friends Ben Eadie (designer and prop maker), Kristen Lomasney (general manager at tested who works with Savage) and Steve Davie (a cosplayer and actor). View this post on Instagram A post shared by Adam Savage (@therealadamsavage) Savage is a […]

  • Only one U.S. city is now less affordable than Toronto and it’s not one you’d expect
    by Lauren O’Neil on October 22, 2021 at 5:38 pm

    When Oxford Economics released its first housing affordability index for North America this past spring, people all over the world were surprised to learn that Toronto — humble, Canadian Toronto — had become less affordable in terms of housing than New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle or Miami. This week, an updated version of that index was published, and things appear to have changed a bit. Toronto is no longer the second-priciest metro area on the continent for housing. Vancouver does […]

  • This new Crosstown LRT station in Toronto is a half-kilometre long
    by Jack Landau on October 22, 2021 at 5:30 pm

    As the last track comes together and shiny trains ply Toronto streets for testing, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT is looking a bit closer to its 2022 opening every day. The line will run 19 kilometres with 25 stops and stations, including a few that stand out from the pack. One of these is the enormous underground station being built deep below the Laird Drive and Eglinton Avenue East intersection. Commuters descending into Laird Station from either of its two surface entrances may not notice […]