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16 hrs ago | BlogTO
Group Glen Group Glen is a show of collaborative works organized by Canadian cartoonist Marc Bell, represented by the Adam Baumgold Gallery in New York City and Cooper Cole in Toronto.
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16 hrs ago | BlogTO
The best health food stores in Toronto underscore that it's time we retire the notion that such shops are the stomping ground of rich hippies and granola do-gooders, and fess up to the reality that these stores are an integral part of how Torontonians feed themselves and make themselves well, in mind, body and spirit.
23 hrs ago | InsideHalton.com
It has been a long and often bumpy road for the transportation study undertaken by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation 12 years ago to help ease the movement of people and goods from the Niagara Peninsula to the Greater Toronto Area .
Our two bellicose and bloviating blowhards, Rob Ford and Conrad Black, broadcast brilliant bombast for bemused boomers.
Passengers wait in line at U.S. Customs to board their flights at Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Dec. 27, 2009.
Maureen is a veteran national reporter for CBC Radio. She joined CBC in Winnipeg and was appointed national reporter in 1991.
The Trustees of the Charles Taylor Foundation are pleased to announce that the jurors for the 2014 RBC Taylor Prize are: English Canadian literature professor and critic Coral Ann Howells PhD; editor, publisher and arts consultant James Polk, PhD; and writer, lecturer and former CTP winner Andrew Westoll, MFA.
While telecommuting is an obvious way that businesses can ease their employees' travel woes, it's just not an option for companies with face-to-face and interactive staffing needs.
Ottawa-based Shopify , which now has a growing office in Toronto thanks in large part to the company's recent acquisition of Jet Cooper and Rocketr, is running a pop-up retail experience in Toronto's Kensington Market over the next few days as part of a project called ' Popify .'
Pop-up shops are nothing new in retail. Over the past decade they've become a go-to way to introduce new products and drive quick sales and buzz for brands.
Magnuson Hotels, the world's largest independent hotel group, announced today the complete rebranding of the M-Star Royal Oak Inn in Toronto, Ontario.
Toronto grassroots organization NoJetsTO says it has filed a complaint with Advertising Standards Canada over what it calls a "misleading" ad by Porter Airlines promoting its expansion plans for Toronto's Billy Bishop Airport .
If you're visiting Toronto, you can't help but notice construction cranes, new condos and other signs of gentrification, such as bars popping up in new hipster 'hoods.