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Toronto Premium Outlets

toronto premium outlet mallYesterday, Premium Outlets announced that construction of Canada’s first upscale outlet center will begin on April 25, 2012. The news is already trending of twitter and has gotten many fashion bloggers and shoppers excited.

The first phase of the planned 500,000 square foot center will open in summer 2013. The project, called Toronto Premium Outlets®, is a 50/50 joint venture…

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Toronto Springfest 2012

3rd ANNUAL TORONTO SPRINGFEST 2012: Mar. 12-16, 2012
www.torontospringfest.com

What: Best indoor March Break Family Fun event in Ontario! The Fun DEPOT! Indoor amusement park with over 20 attractions – March 12-16 Kids Show LIVE! Featuring Doo-Doo the International Clown and The Trevor Show – March 12-14

Where: Downsview Park Studio 3, 40 Carl Hall Road
Dates: March 12 – 16, 2012
Time: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily

Tickets:
The Fun DEPOT! & Kids Show LIVE!
$20**

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Toronto Raptors 2011-12 Season

The NBA lock-out/strike is finally over.  We hope that when you visit Toronto you’ll had a chance to catch the Raptors play at the Air Canada Centre.

This year the Raptors have introduced game tiering and dynamic pricing. This change allows the price of tickets to better reflect the overall value of games based on a number of factors including the strength of opponent, time of year and day of week.  This also means you can buy games that are…

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One of a Kind Christmas Show

The One of a Kind Christmas Show and Sale is North America’s answer to contemporary craft shows, bringing innovative artisans, craftspeople, and designers together to share their unique creations with the rest of the world. With a proud focus on homegrown talent, our the show bring together the best of the best, for a personal shopping experience like no other.

If you are on a hunt for amazing Christmas gifts, I know you’ll…

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Maid of the Mist Closes October 24, 2011

The last day of operation for the 2011 season is October 24, 2011.

When will the Maid of the Mist be back? Because the boat is dependent on weather conditions, we’re never certain when the first launching date will be.As you may know, the Niagara Falls Day Tour from Toronto, includes the Maid of the Mist boat ride.  While the Maid of the Mist is closed, the tour will include the Journey Behind the Falls instead. Read More


Toronto International Film Festival Tickets in High Demand

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), the most prestigious film festival in North America, kicks off Sept. 8-18. Tickets for the event went on sale this weekend and demand is high.  If you want to avoid line-ups don’t think that booking online is the solution. If you want to purchase a ticket to one of the 268 features films or 68 shorts shows online, TIFF.net will put you in a virtual waiting room. September…

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Meet Toronto Maple Leaf James Reimer

August 16th, 2011 5pm – 7pm – Real Sports Apparel will be hosting the latest All Access event featuring James Reimer of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Come down and take part in the Q&A followed by an autograph session.

*Player subject to change without notice. Space is limited. Please arrive early August 16. Wristband policy is in effect for autograph portion and will be given out starting at 10 a.m. One autograph per person. Read More


First Annual Toronto Garlic Festival

If you can’t make it to the Stratford Garlic Festival on  Saturday September 10th or Sunday September 11th, come see what the stink is about at the Toronto Garlic Festival.

This will will be Toronto’s first garlic festival. You will meet Ontario garlic farmers and taste chef-inspired delicacies. Hear about the health benefits of garlic, watch demonstrations on how to cook with garlic, and take home your winter supply of cooking garlic….

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Yonge Street: Explore the Heart of the Toronto

In addition to having the distinction of being the world’s longest street, Yonge Street also serves as an itinerary in itself for both day-trippers new to Toronto and residents looking to discover their city. Originating at Lake Ontario and stretching northwards to Lake Simcoe, Yonge Street cuts through the heart of Toronto as well as through an array of different neighbourhoods best experienced on foot. A walk along Yonge will allow explorers just that. For those who want to…

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