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7 Fun Rainy Day Activities in Toronto

Searching for fun rainy day activities in Toronto?. Even if it’s raining, you don’t have to let the doom and gloom rain down on your parade. There are plenty of things you can do on a rainy day in Toronto, no matter what kinds of activites you’re interested in!. Here...
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Dealing with the climate crisis starts at Toronto homes

The effects of climate change are being felt across the nation and across the globe. The Cop26 Summit is not the only place where action on climate change is being discussed. In 2019, Toronto City Council unanimously passed a motion declaring a climate emergency. The motion set the framework for the actions that will be required to reduce greenhouse gas emissions so that the global temperature rise stays below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
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Porter Airlines resumes seasonal service between Myrtle Beach, Toronto

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – Porter Airlines will once again offer seasonal service from Myrtle Beach to Toronto after a two-year hiatus, airport officials announced Wednesday. According to a press release, the twice-weekly nonstop flights between the Myrtle Beach International Airport and the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport will...
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These 6 Toronto homes are locally famous for their wild Christmas displays

One of the best things to do during the holiday season is to throw on a festive playlist and go on a cruise to see holiday lights. Whether it’s the homes in your neighbourhood or a drive-through light show, nothing compares to the feeling of cozy warmth with magical views outside your window.

10 of the best free & cheap things to do in Toronto this December

Between gifts and parties and trips to see family, the holidays can be an expensive time of year. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to treat yourself in the city while hardly making a dent in your bank account. Whether you feel like lacing up your skates and hitting the...

Seven-tower development soaring to 45 storeys planned for Toronto plaza

A Toronto plaza may soon look very different thanks to a seven-tower development. Liberty Development filed plans with the City of Toronto to redevelop Etobicoke’s Six Points Plaza into a multi-tower, mixed-use community with thousands of residential units, public park land, and commercial space. According to the development application, Six...

7 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions for New Year in Toronto?

There is a lot to do during Christmas and New Year’s. Toronto, Ontario’s capital, is the largest and most diverse city in the province, and Niagara Falls is only a short drive away. It has a thriving Entertainment District with the most recent musicals and fine dining. It has one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants housed in beautifully restored buildings. The city centre of Toronto is relatively simple to navigate, with many of the city’s top attractions within walking distance of one another and a subway system for longer trips. You can complete your United Airlines flight Booking from any location with internet access.

Rock Down Memory Lane With Season 2 Of Any Night of the Week

Stroll through Toronto’s rich musical history with Season 2 of the podcast Any Night of the Week: A Walking History of Toronto Music — showcasing today on Tinnitist. Jonny Dovercourt is back hosting the virtual walking tour, relaying stories about iconic venues and interviews with the influential artists and promoters that rocked them. Initially a limited series based on his 2020 book Any Night of the Week: A D.I.Y. History of Toronto Music 1957-2001, Season 1’s episodes were commissioned by the Toronto International Festival of Authors. Those first five guide listeners through a well-stocked list of the city’s most musical neighbourhoods and stages — including The Annex, Lee’s Palace, Massey Hall, The Horseshoe Tavern and beyond.

Experts Give Toronto City Councillors Real Vaccine Data

Covid-19 Statistics / By Gord Parks / December 6, 2021. *See referenced documents for Dr. Rochagné Kilian, MD, and Margot Boyd, Masters in Health Sciences below. At today’s Toronto City Council’s Board of Health meeting 32, experts, including Dr. Rochagné Kilian, MD, and Donald Welsh, PhD, and concerned citizens, shared readily available vaccine data with the Toronto councillors—data that has been woefully and alarmingly absent from Toronto Public Health messaging on Covid-19 vaccines. City council was also notified of misinformation being spread by Ontario’s own Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Kieran Moore, regarding rising hospitalizations in children aged 5-11.

Toronto Launches Online Submission Tool for Development Applications

The City of Toronto has (hopefully) simplified the development application process with the launch of a new online submission tool. The City announced the tech-forward news today in a press release. The tool is part of improvements being introduced to the development review process by the Concept 2 Keys (C2K) program office.

Why You Must Visit Toronto in the Winter (by a Canadian)

If you’re looking for heaps of snow, an epic nightlife, and enough festive decorations to snap photos of for weeks on end, then the Canadian city of Toronto in the winter has all this and more should you opt to visit. While many people wouldn’t think to make a trip to Toronto during the colder months of the year thanks to its harsh winter weather, this would be your first mistake.

The 5 Best Places to See Holiday Lights in Toronto

Best-places-to-see-christmas-lights-in-toronto Tap into that festive spirit!. ‘Tis the season for soaking up every minute of holiday magic—before winter becomes the never-ending snowy season. We’ve rounded up the top illuminated installations lighting up the city— enchanting exhibits that make for a festive friend outing or date. Village of Yorkville Park. A...

Ontario reports 887 new coronavirus cases, 3 more deaths - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

Ontario is reporting nearly 900 new COVID-19 cases today and three more virus-related deaths as the number of virus-related intensive care admissions continues to climb. Of the new cases confirmed today, 426 involve people who are fully immunized, 373 are in those who are unvaccinated, 64 involve people with an unknown vaccination status, and 24 are in those who are partially immunized.

Less Talk, More Action on Climate, Ex-Toronto Mayor Urges

As Toronto city councillors prepare to debate a revised climate plan later this month, former mayor David Miller is urging them to follow the lead of a number of cities around the world and commit to turning pledges into action. As too many national governments, including Canada’s, continue to talk...