Santa showed up jollier than ever for the 110th annual Toronto Santa Claus Parade. The longest running parade of it’s kind, this year’s crop of marching bands and colourful floats marched through the… Continue reading
The weather was glorious for this year’s official City of Toronto Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph in front of Old City Hall. Toronto‘s new mayor-elect John Tory was in attendance with several city… Continue reading
It’s hard to even begin to estimate the number of walking dead at Toronto‘s annual Zombie Walk. At least 10,000+ brain starved zombies lurched through Toronto’s downtown core, terrifying onlookers and leaving a trail… Continue reading
Bands usually tour when they release a new album, but not many do it by bike! Local Toronto indie rock group The Wooden Sky took to two wheels to promote the vinyl release… Continue reading
Looking through Henry Moore’s sculpture at the AGO towards the Village Idiot Pub on Dundas Street West.
Three Bell payphones, still in working order, sit in front of a mural on Dundas St West near Beverley St.
When campaigning for a candidate it’s usually best to spell their name right.
A sculpture in the Distillery District lets you leave an initialed lock of love.
One night every year Toronto’s streets transform into the free all-night art crawl known as Scotiabank Nuit Blanche. Now in it’s ninth year the celebration of contemporary art transforms Toronto into a canvas… Continue reading
Top ranked eaters tested their stomach capacity at the 5th annual World Poutine Eating Championship held at Yonge-Dundas Square. The event was hosted by Smoke’s Poutinerie who served up plenty of curds and gravy… Continue reading