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Need a Cab? Call these Toronto Companies
Need a taxi in Toronto? Here's a list of recommended cab companies, plus the phone numbers of many others.
When Should You Call Telehealth in Toronto?
Telehealth Ontario is a free service provided by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that allows you to speak to a Registered Nurse any time of the day or night with your health care questions. It's great for when you're not sure if you need to go to a walk-in clinic or make a doctor's appointment, or when you just want some additional information on health topic of concern to you.
Discover Toronto's Most Romantic Valentine's...
Looking for something to do as a couple, family, single or with friends to celebrate Valentine's Day? There are plenty of Valentine's Day-themed special events planned in Toronto on and around February 14th.
Your Ultimate Guide to Toronto Radio Stations
Find a quality Toronto radio station to suit your tastes. Talk radio, sports, rock, classical, jazz, R&B - Toronto's airwaves have something for everyone.
How To Make (Some) Telemarketers Stop Calling -...
If you'd like fewer telemarketers calling your house, signing up with Canada's Do Not Call List is only the first step.
What Municipalities are Part of the GTA?
If you live in Southern Ontario you frequently hear the term GTA. But what cities and towns are actually part of the Greater Toronto Area?
The Legal Drinking Age in Toronto
Learn about the legal drinking age in Toronto, Ontario plus the best forms of ID to prove you're of age and how old you need to be to serve alcohol.
Your Ultimate Guide to Toronto's Best February...
Find out what's happening in Toronto in February 2013. Festivals, trade shows, charity fundraisers, family events and more.
How to Find the Right Family Doctor in Toronto
Are you trying to find a family doctor in Toronto? General practitioners who are accepting new patients may seem scarce, but they are definitely out there. Here are some of the steps you can take to find a physician you can build a long-term relationship with in Toronto.
How to Attend a TV Show Taping in Toronto
Looking for something different -- and free -- to do in Toronto? Try being part of a live studio audience for one of the many TV shows with tapings here in town.
How to Find Toronto Apartment Listings Online
Looking for an apartment in Toronto? Here are some of the best websites to use in your search for a rental.
Toronto's Best Temp Agencies for Job Seekers
The temporary employment available through Toronto's many temp agencies can be a bridge during your job search, add extra income, or help you get experience for a new career.
Get Your Free Credit Report in Ontario
Your credit report is part of what potential lenders use to decide if you should get a loan, but you should also be using your credit report to make sure the information being passed back and forth about you is accurate and to watch out for identity theft.
How To Make Reservations for Winterlicious
Winterlicious is an annual event offering prix fixe menus at a number of Toronto's fine dining restaurants. Find out how and when to make your reservations.
The TTC Transfer System
For the most part, public transit in the City of Toronto uses a trip-based transfer system. Learn how you can use a TTC transfer to get where you're going within the city. Page 4.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada - The Toronto...
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is currently under construction in Toronto, slated to open in the summer of 2013.
All About Family Day in Toronto
Learn what to expect on Family Day, Ontario's newest statutory holiday. What's open, what's closed, what's on... and just what exactly Family Day is.
Take GO Transit to Toronto Pearson Airport
Ontario's GO Transit system offers several routes that connect to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Determine which bus is the right one to take.
Family Literacy Day in Toronto
January 27 is Family Literacy Day in Canada. Find out what's happening in Toronto, and what you can do to celebrate reading and playing together as a family.
Your Guide to TTC's Public Transit Fares in...
On January 1st 2013 the price of taking public transit in Toronto went up for some users. Find out how much it will now cost you to ride the TTC and follow links to learn about the different fare categories and what other discounts may be available to you.
Winter Activities in Toronto
Choose from many fun and affordable winter activities in Toronto, from skiing and skating to shopping at a year round farmers' market.
The TTC and GO Transit
The TTC is Toronto's public transit system while the GO Transit system operates trains and buses connecting many parts of Southern Ontario. Whether for a daily commute or a special trip, there are a few special fare options available for riders who want to make use of both systems.
Food Delivery in Toronto
Planning on eating in tonight? Here are numbers for some of the most popular food delivery places serving all of Toronto. Call to order pizza, chicken, Chinese food and more.
Your Best Guide to Toronto's Vaughan Mills Mall
With a NASCAR Speedpark and an outdoor gear shop that houses both a giant aquarium and in-store target practice, Vaughan Mills is more than just a place to buy your next pair of pants - although they have plenty of pants, too.
Pet Adoption in Toronto
Are you looking to add a dog, cat or any other kind of animal to your family? There are several options for pet adoption in Toronto, including city services, humane societies, and independent rescue groups.
Best indoor pools in Toronto
FInd out where to go swimming indoors this winter with our guide to some of the best indoor swimming pools in Toronto.
Toronto Job Listings Online
Whether you're just about to begin searching for a job or are well into your employment hunt, this collection of online job boards that cover the Toronto area can help you find the work you want.
The Etobicoke Humane Society
At different times the Etobicoke Humane Society may have cats, kittens, dogs, puppies or small animals available for adoption. Page 2.
Toronto Attraction Coupons
Before your next outing to one of Toronto's many museums, galleries and spots for family fun, check out these sources of Toronto attraction coupons to find ways to save money on your adventure.
How Tall is the CN Tower?
The top of the CN Tower's antenna reaches 533.33 metres, but the height of the public observation areas vary. Learn how high you can go inside the CN Tower, and how high you can be when you step outside!
Things to do on Mondays in Toronto
Ready to make the most of your Mondays? Find out about the regularly scheduled events and activities that take place every week in Toronto.
What is the Minimum Wage in Toronto?
What is the minimum wage in Toronto?
Where to Find Toronto Volunteer Opportunities...
Toronto is full of volunteer opportunities, whether you're volunteering to gain experience, meet school requirements, or just give back to your community.
Ten Things To Know About the Metropass Discount...
Have you ever thought about signing up for the TTC's monthly Metropass Discount Plan? Here are ten points to consider.
Volunteer with Animals in Toronto
Whether you're interested in an animal-related career or just want to offer your time and energy to help make the lives of urban animals better, there are many opportunities to volunteer with animals in Toronto.
416-TAXICAB: One Number for Toronto Area Taxi...
Have trouble remembering taxi cab numbers? Now there's one number you can use to reach a list of cab companies in and around Toronto - but it may not always be your best call.
TTC to the Toronto Airport
If you're traveling into or out of Pearson International Airport, here is an overview of public transit options to get you between the airport and Toronto.
The Kipling-Queensway Mall
The Kipling-Queensway Mall is a small local mall in South Etobicoke that's anchored by a Zellers, a Sobey's, a Winners and several restaurants.
Black History Month in Toronto
February is Black History Month. Learn about the events and programs that celebrate Black History in Toronto.
The Union Pearson Express (UP)
Slated to begin operation in 2015, the Union Pearson Express rail link will connect Toronto's Union Station with the Pearson International Airport. Learn about the plans for the UP Express.
The Queensway Cinema in Etobicoke
The Queensway Cinema in Etobicoke has eighteen screens, friendly staff, ample food choices and is one of Toronto's only movie theaters with plenty of free parking.
Groundhog Day
Find out what's happening in and around Toronto to celebrate Groundhog Day this February, and learn about activities you can do at home.
Snow Removal on Toronto Roads
When the snow is building up on Toronto roads there are things you should know about when the plows are coming, how to drive near snowplows and what a Snow Route is.
January in Toronto
Find out what's happening in Toronto in January. Festivals, trade shows, charity fundraisers and other annual events.
Your Best Guide to the Ontario Maple Syrup...
Every year in late winter and early spring families and school groups attend Toronto-area Maple Syrup Festivals to see how maple syrup is made while enjoying outdoor activities such as wagon rides. Learn where you can go to sample fresh Ontario maple syrup products at a festival in the GTA.
Your Ultimate Guide to Toronto's Best March...
Find out what's happening in Toronto in March 2013. Festivals, trade shows, charity fundraisers and other annual events.
How to Take the Ferry to the Toronto Islands
The quiet, relaxing beauty of the Toronto Islands is just a short ferry ride away from the city's downtown core. Learn how to take the Toronto ferry to visit this park on the water, or to join in the fun at the seasonal Centreville amusement park.
Is Toronto a Capital City?
Toronto's status as a capital city can sometimes be confusing. Learn more about this large Canadian city which is a provincial capital, but NOT the capital of Canada.
Upcoming Employment Events in and around Toronto
Whether you're looking for work in Toronto or just looking into possible careers, this list of upcoming job fairs and information sessions can provide opportunities for you to focus on and reach your goals.
Discover the Best March Break Activities in...
Looking for things to do for March Break in Toronto? Day camps, special events and other suggestions for kids, teens and the whole family.
A Guide to Visiting Reptilia
Located just north of Toronto in the city of Vaughan, Reptilia is a zoo, store and education center specializing in reptiles and amphibians.
Technology, Math and Science Camps for Kids and...
Students who want to mix their summer fun with an intellectual challenge could find just what they're looking for at one of the technology, math or science camps offered in Toronto.
Toronto Youth Employment Centres and Programs
Students looking for summer jobs or after school work may find it helpful to make use of one of Toronto's many Youth Employment Resource Centers and other programs designed to help teens find the jobs they want.
Toronto Theater for Young Audiences
Learn about the many theater companies in Toronto which offer special shows aimed at children and their families.
Using a TTC Day Pass
Planning a day exploring Toronto? Need to run a lot of errands? Consider using a TTC Day Pass which gives unlimited travel to one adult on weekdays and to families/groups on weekends and statutory holidays.
Toronto's Area Codes
Learn about the area codes assigned to telephone numbers in Toronto and the surrounding area.
Colonel Samuel Smith Park: A Waterfront Park in...
Colonel Samuel Smith Park in South Etobicoke offers an artificial outdoor skating trail during the winter months. Page 4.
Visit the Centennial Park Conservatory
Located inside Centennial Park in Etobicoke, the Centennial Park Conservatory is an indoor botanical garden which is freely open to the public every day, year-round.
Shopping at Canadian Tire
If you're looking for kitchen appliances, camping gear, sports equipment, car parts or even gift ideas, you may want to drop by one of the Canadian Tire stores located in Central Toronto, Etobicoke, North York or Scarborough.
Toronto City Councillors by Ward
A quick contact reference guide to help you get in touch with the council member who represents your ward on the Toronto City Council.
Long Branch
The Long Branch neighbourhood is the south-western tip of Toronto. It is a waterfront community on the shores of Lake Ontario, and offers both affordable rentals and luxury homes on the edges of the city.
Lost and Found Pets in Toronto
If you've lost or found a pet in Toronto, there are a number of places and websites you can visit which help reunite animals with their families.
Get a Free Toronto Museum Pass with Your...
With an adult Toronto Public Library Card, you can borrow free family passes to many of Toronto's museums and art galleries.
Ten Things to do While Your University is On...
With so many post-secondary institutions in the province and especially here in Toronto, it's not all that uncommon for some level of University staff to be on strike somewhere, and for a very large group of Ontario students to be left waiting to get back to class. If you're in that situation, here are some ways to make good use of the time.
PRESTO and the TTC
PRESTO is a smartcard fare system used in several municipalities in Southern Ontario. Toronto's public transit system, the TTC, is slowly moving to add PRESTO to its accepted fares.
Film and Video Summer Camps for Kids and Teens...
From kids who just want to have fun making a movie to older teens who want to become professional filmmakers, there's a film and video summer camp in Toronto for them.
A Guide to Visiting Toronto's Riverdale Farm
Pay a visit to the animals on Riverdale Farm, your free ticket to get away from the city without ever leaving Toronto.
Toronto Food Banks
Most Toronto food banks are small community centres which receive redistributed donations from several major organizations. Learn about the larger food banks in Toronto, and the ways to find local services in your neighbourhood.
GO Transit Tickets and Fares
Learn about fare rates and how to purchase and use tickets on GO Transit, the public transportation system for the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton.
Volunteer to Tutor Kids and Teens in Toronto
Would you like to volunteer your time to help kids and teens improve their literacy skills and succeed in school? Learn about some of the ongoing and recurring youth programs in Toronto which rely on volunteer tutors to help support learning.
Ways to Save Money on Toronto Attractions
Learn some of the ways you can save money on your next visit to some of the great attractions the City of Toronto has to offer.
A Guide to Visiting the Metro Toronto Zoo
The Toronto Zoo is a popular attraction in Toronto, and this is your guide to visiting. Find out about the hours, location, admission costs plus the animals and features not to miss.
Toronto Museums
A list of some popular museums and historic sites in this most populous city in Canada,from The Royal Ontario Museum to the Museum of Inuit Art.
Canadian Tire Stores in North York
Find a Canadian Tire store in North York and discover what these large stores have to offer. Page 4.
TTC Fare Categories
Toronto's public transit system offers discounted rates to children, students, and seniors. Find out which of the TTC's fare categories you fit into and see if you could be saving money on your everyday transportation needs.
Stay Updated on Toronto Traffic
Traffic cameras, road closure information, traffic flow maps and a special info line can all help ease your drive in Toronto - you just have to know where to look.
Live in Toronto, Ontario? What You Need to Know...
Like all of Ontario and most of Canada, Toronto follows daylight saving time, moving the clocks forward in spring and back in winter. So when exactly are you going to be gaining or losing sleep?
Toronto's Union Station
Toronto's Union Station is a major transit hub located in the southern part of the city's downtown core.
Woofstock in Toronto
Twice a year dogs and their people flock to Woofstock in Toronto to celebrate (and shop for!) all things canine.
Who Can Get a Library Card in Toronto?
The Toronto Public Library offers many free resources and services to anyone with a Toronto Public Library Card. That can include residents, students, property owners, and people who work in Toronto. It can even include non-residents who are willing to pay a fee.
Art and Design Summer Camps for Kids and Teens...
From drawing and painting to fashion and photography, there are many art and design summer camps for kids and teens to choose from in Toronto.
Canadian Tire Stores in Scarborough
Find a Canadian Tire store in Scarborough and find out what these large stores have to offer. Page 5.
Performing Arts Summer Camps for Kids and Teens...
Improv comedy, hip hop, musical theatre, ballet, rock camp, and more - there are plenty of exciting choices for kids and teens looking to attend a performing arts camp in Toronto this summer.
Find Toronto Media Jobs Online
Toronto is a busy city for media with numerous film, television, publishing and journalism outlets in the city. If you'd like to find employment in Toronto's media sector, use these online resources to search for Toronto media jobs.
The CN Tower
The CN Tower is well-known for its incredible height, but this Toronto landmark offers tourists and locals alike more than just an impressive view.
Weekly Comedy Shows in Toronto
Enjoy stand-up or sketch comedy every Tuesday in Toronto. On this very special day, it's amateur night at Yuk Yuk's... Page 2.
Toronto Movie Theatres
There are plenty of places to see films in Toronto, from the latest releases to classics and cult hits. Find out about movie theatres in Central Toronto, plus theatres in Etobicoke, North York and Scarborough.
Youth Distress and Crisis Lines
Are you a Toronto teen who is having problems at home or at school? There are plenty of phone numbers you can call to speak to someone or to anonymously report a troubling situation.
Do I Have to Get a License for My Pet in Toronto?
In the City of Toronto, both dogs and cats must be registered with the city and wear their tags at all times.
Toronto Film Festival Calendar
Toronto is home to dozens of film festivals, large and small. Browse by month to explore how films and filmmakers are celebrated in this Canadian city from March to August. Page 2.
Toronto's Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat
Toronto's Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat
Toronto Film Festivals Calendar
Toronto is home to dozens of film festivals, large and small. Browse by month to explore how films and filmmakers are celebrated in this Canadian city from September to February.
April in Toronto
Find out what's happening in Toronto in April 2013. Festivals, holidays, trade shows and other annual events.
Canadian Tire Stores in Central Toronto and...
Find a Canadian Tire store in Central Toronto or East York and discover what these large stores have to offer. Page 2.
Toronto Walking Tours
Whether you're looking for a professionally guided tour, a walk with a passionate volunteer, or tips to take a stroll for yourself, there are plenty of options for walking tours of Toronto.
Using Toronto's Beach Water Quality Reports
From June to August, the City of Toronto's Public Health Department tests the water quality so you'll know if it's safe to swim at Toronto beaches. Find out how to use this helpful resource before you head out for a day on the beach.
How to get the most out of Winterlicious
If you're curious about Winterlicious in Toronto we're sharing some tips for making the most of the annual winter food event.
What to Do in Toronto over Victoria Day Weekend
Also known as the May Two-Four, the Victoria Day long weekend marks the beginning of summer for many, with plenty of outdoor events to choose from.
Guide to Riding the TTC
The TTC is Toronto's extensive public transportation system. Learn the basics and get some more advanced tips for taking public transit in Toronto.
Christmas Craft Shows
Looking for unique, handmade Christmas gifts? Numerous shows in November and December give Toronto shoppers a chance to see the one of a kind work made by local and Canadian artists and craftspeople.
Canada Day in Toronto
July 1st is Canada Day, and in Toronto the celebrations include plenty of outdoor events, including firework displays.
The Toronto International Film Festival
Every September, the Toronto International Film Festival brings hundreds of films, filmmakers and film fanatics to Toronto for over a week of schmoozing, celebrating, and of course, movie-watching.
When is Toronto's Next Municipal Election?
Find out when the next Municipal Election is scheduled in the City of Toronto.
Skiing in Toronto
The hills may not be very big, but there are two city-run facilities within Toronto where winter sports enthusiasts can strap on their skis or snowboards and hit the slopes without needing to leave the city.
Performing Arts in Toronto - What's On Stage
See what's happening in Toronto's performing arts scene with this calendar of theatre and dance event listings.
Winter Storm Resources
When winter weather kicks into high gear, use these resources to help plan how you and your family will cope.
Where to skate outdoors in Toronto
If you're wondering where to go skating, we're sharing some of the best outdoor skating rinks in Toronto.
Eat Smart! When You Eat Out
Ontario's Eat Smart! program certifies restaurants and cafeterias that meet high standards for cleanliness and healthy menus, while Toronto Public Health provides a handy list of Toronto establishments that made the grade.
June in Toronto
Find out what's happening in Toronto in June 2013. Festivals, holidays, trade shows, fundraisers and other annual events.
Irish Pubs in Toronto
The City of Toronto has many Irish pubs which offer great food, drink, and atmosphere.
Borrow Book Club Sets from the Toronto Public...
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TTC Stations and Stops: Long Branch Loop
The Long Branch Loop is a public transit stop in Etobicoke which is served by the transit systems of both Toronto and Mississauga.
North York Movie Theatres
There are plenty of places to see films in Toronto, from the latest releases to classics and cult hits. Find out about movie theatres in North York, plus theatres in Central Toronto, Etobicoke and Scarborough. Page 3.
Etobicoke Movie Theatres
There are plenty of places to see films in Toronto, from the latest releases to classics and cult hits. Find out about movie theatres in Etobicoke, plus theatres in Central Toronto, North York and Scarborough. Page 2.
Romantic Date Ideas in Toronto
If you're looking for something romantic to do in Toronto, whether for Valentine's Day or just because, look no further than these 5 fun date ideas.
About the Toronto Hippo Bus
The Hippo Tour bus no longer operates in Toronto - the amphibious tour bus company has plans to move to Vancouver.
Withrow Park - A Multipurpose Park in Riverdale
Inside Withrow Park in Toronto's Riverdale neighborhood, dog lovers will find an off-leash area where they can let their canine companion run, play, and socialize with other dogs. Page 6.
Humber Bay Park East
Humber Bay Park East is a waterfront park in the Etobicoke area of Toronto which offers walking paths and great wildlife watching opportunities. It also the location of Toronto's Air India Memorial.
New Toronto
New Toronto is a waterfront neighbourhood in South Etobicoke, near the western edge of the City of Toronto.
Genealogy in Toronto: Discover Your Family...
If you're interested in researching your family history, there are several genealogy classes and plenty of resources to get you started right here in Toronto.
TTC Savings for College and University Students
Although the TTC only considers you a student up through high school, many of Toronto's college and university students enjoy a cheaper rate on their public transit passes thanks to the Volume Incentive Pass program.
Toronto Tree Planting
Two Toronto tree programs provide assistance to residents who want to improve their property and the environment by planting new trees.
How to Really Celebrate New Year's Day in Toronto
Looking for something to do on the first holiday of the year? New Year's Day in Toronto may see many businesses and services close, but there are still a lot of great ways to spend your day on January 1st.
Quit Smoking in Toronto
Why go it alone? For Toronto residents who want to quit smoking there are local support groups and clinics available, and for all Ontarians and Canadians there are plenty of helpful resources available online and by phone.
Volunteer Opportunities for Book Lovers in...
Are you a Torontonian who loves books? Do you love books so much you're willing to spend your free time promoting books and the people who write them? Then check out these volunteer opportunities for book
'Soucouyant' by David Chariandy - Book Review
Nominated for numerous awards, David Chariandy's debut novel Soucouyant is an excellently crafted piece
Animal and Nature Camps for Kids and Teens
Young people who are fascinated by the natural world and all the creatures in it can expand their knowledge while having fun at an animal or nature camp in Toronto.
Sherway Gardens
Sherway Gardens. Toronto, Canada.
The National Job Fair & Training Expo in Toronto
Looking for a way to get your job hunt headed in the right direction? A visit to the National Job Fair & Training Expo might be just the thing.
Visit the Allan Gardens Conservatory
Plan your visit to the Allan Gardens Conservatory in Toronto. Page 3.
Toronto Events
Explore Toronto events that are on now and coming up soon. From big festivals to nature hikes, this listing of events in Toronto can help you find fun for yourself, your friends and your family.
Mother's Day in Toronto: Best Mother's Day Meal...
Whether you're planning to eat out or stay in, here are some ideas for Mother's Day meals in Toronto. Read further in the article for entertainment and gift ideas.
Emergency Veterinary Clinics in Toronto
Get after-hours or urgent care for your pet at one of the emergency veterinary clinics in and around Toronto.
What is a BIA?
The acronym BIA often shows up in the context of local events and beautification projects in Toronto. But what does BIA stand for? What does a BIA do? And who can be part of a BIA?
Taste of the Danforth
Taste of the Danforth is a street festival that takes place each August within the GreekTown BIA. Although the focus is on Greek food and culture, most of the wide variety of restaurants and vendors along the western end of the Danforth take part, making for a delicious mix.
August in Toronto
Find out what's happening in Toronto in August 2013. Festivals, trade shows, charity fundraisers and other annual events.
Summer Camps for Kids and Teens in Toronto
There are all kinds of summer camps available in Toronto for kids and teens. Choose from general day camps with traditional activities, camps that specialize in the arts, sports, or education, and find leadership and professional development opportunities for older teens.
Does the City of Toronto Require that Pets be...
The City of Toronto only requires that pets be microchipped in certain circumstances.
Allan Gardens - An Important Green Space in...
Allan Gardens offers a break from the concrete of downtown Toronto with benches and paths surrounded by gardens and large trees. The park is home to the Allan Gardens Conservatory, and a popular off-leash dog park.
Gerrard Square Shopping Mall
Profile of a two-floor shopping mall in Toronto's Riverdale neighborhood. Head to the corner of Pape and Gerrard Street East to find a Zellers, Home Depot, Staples and more.
Labour Day in Toronto
Labour Day in Toronto brings the annual Labour Day Parade and, for many, marks the transition back to school. Find things to do during the last long weekend of summer.
Polar Bear Clubs in Toronto
Polar Bear swims are a New Year's Day tradition that see crowds of charity-supporting people fling themselves into the coldest body of water around. Here in the Toronto area, that means a dip in Lake Ontario.
How to Submit an Event Listing to About.com:...
Learn how to submit a Toronto event listing to the About.com: Toronto website.
Humber Bay Park West
On the shores of Lake Ontario, Humber Bay Park West in Etobicoke offers an off-leash dog park, walking trails, picnic tables and a public boat launch. It is also home to two boating organizations in Toronto.
Scarborough Movie Theatres
There are plenty of places to see films in Toronto, from the latest releases to classics and cult hits. Find out about movie theatres in Scarborough, plus Central Toronto, Etobicoke, and North York. Page 4.
311 - Toronto's Municipal Information Hotline
311 is a new service coming soon to Toronto, offering a municipal information hotline with live operators available 24 hours a day. Learn more about when to call 311 and how the service works.
Canadian Tire Stores in Etobicoke and York
Find a Canadian Tire store in Etobicoke or York and discover what these large stores have to offer. Page 3.
Where to Enjoy an Outdoor Movie Screening in...
Torn between getting outside and taking in a movie? Do both with Toronto's outdoor movie screenings, most of which are a free bit of summer fun in the city.
Art Galleries of the Distillery District
The Distillery District is known for its many galleries and other artist spaces, but just what will you find if you visit? Use this step-by-step guide to see the art galleries you'll find there. Page 6.
Pumpkin Farms Near Toronto
Make this Halloween a memorable one by visiting one of the many farms offering family fun and pumpkin picking in the Toronto area this fall.
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