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Toronto
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Explore Toronto: Top 10 Must-Do Summer Activities in My Hometown

Toronto, my hometown, known for its vibrant diversity and endless array of activities, comes alive in the summer with a multitude of options for locals and visitors alike. I want to share some of the best ways to experience Toronto during the summer. From cultural festivals and historical districts to thrilling adventures and serene parks, […]

Toronto night lights
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The Ultimate Guide To Adventure In Toronto

GET YOUR ADVENTURE ON BIKE RIDE – Take a tour (see below) or build your own adventure. Toronto Island Trail (5.5 km) Martin Goodman Trail (56 km ends at the Rouge River) Tommy Thompson Trail (only open on weekends) Lower Don Trail (10km) Humber River Trail (30km ends at Lake Ontario) CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL […]

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Why You Should Visit The Toronto Islands This Summer

The Toronto Islands are officially open for business after a long off season and another long couple months of flooding. The water levels in Lake Ontario were higher than they’ve been in a century. This led to flooding along the lakeshore and all through the Toronto Islands. And so, with the islands closed, Torontonians were […]

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Experience The Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair takes place annually and has been a major cultural event in Toronto, Canada since it began in 1922. It continues to be the largest indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition worldwide. It attracts over 6000 animals along with a huge display of crops, vegetables, and other attractions. Whether you […]

Toronto Skyline, Downtown With Cn Tower In The Spring
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Toronto Guide: The Multicultural Capital Of The World

Toronto is an exciting destination within a 90-minute flight for over half the U.S. and Canadian population. It’s the largest city in Canada and the 4th largest in North America. Over 140 languages are spoken here, making it home to a diverse population of approximately 2.8 million people, and the most multicultural city in the […]

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The Ultimate Guide To Chilling in Toronto

HEAD TO THE BEACH Blue Flag is a highly respected and recognized international eco-label that works towards sustainable development of beaches and marinas. Blue Flags are awarded to beaches and marinas that meet strict criteria for water quality, environmental education, environmental management, and safety and services. Ontario alone is home to 14 Blue Flag beaches. […]

Downtown Toronto
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Everyone Flying Through Toronto Pearson Airport Needs To Know These Tips

March Break is almost here and it’s a busy time of year for passengers traveling through Toronto Pearson. This year, Toronto Pearson expects to welcome 115,000 passengers on March 10 and nearly 120,000 passengers on March 11. This year’s expected passenger numbers represents 3-4 percent increase over March Break last year, a year in which Toronto Pearson welcomed […]

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Food in Toronto: The Ultimate Guide

No matter what you’re craving, Toronto is a city that’s got everything from culture and spice to foods that are desserty nice! Not only is food in Toronto super accessible, it is also a hub for the flavors of the world due to its multicultural population. Restaurants in Toronto FUN WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS Gio […]

Set-Jetting
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Set-Jetting: Travel Inspired by Popular TV Shows and Movies

In the world of travel, a new trend is captivating the imaginations of globetrotters: set-jetting. This phenomenon involves travelers visiting locations that have been featured in their favorite TV shows and movies. Set-jetting allows fans to immerse themselves in the real-life settings of their beloved fictional worlds, offering a unique and engaging way to experience […]

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These Guys Revolutionized Camp By Taking Kids Mountain Skiing In Chile

As a child, I did not have the life changing over night camp experience. I, unfortunately (or, fortunately) had a strict immigrant mother who shunned at the notion of sending her children away to some wilderness to eat powdered eggs and sleep on the dirt. The nerve! And, upon recently receiving the Canada Camps guide […]

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Kingston Community GLOWS Together

Despite being named one of the pandemic’s hardest hit cities in Canada by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, the population of Kingston, Ontario, a vibrant community located 2.5 hours east of Toronto, has rallied together to support each other. Though the city has remained a leader in protecting their residents and preventing mass spread of the […]