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  • Cabbagetown & Riverdale Farm: A Little Bit of the Victorian Age in Down Town Toronto

    Cabbagetown & Riverdale Farm: A Little Bit of the Victorian Age in Down Town Toronto
    Looking for a Victorian adventure in the heart of Toronto? A great family spot, pick-nick location or bike ride destination. I could spend hours looking each and every home in Cabbagetown which is unique in its own way. Plus the getting to pet a goat is always awesome!
  • Lomos Around Town Toronto: With OTM Zine!

    Lomos Around Town Toronto: With OTM Zine!
    Lomos Around Town is a new series we're trying in Canada where we set up local venues and organizations with a Lomography Camera for 1 week to check out a day-in-the-life from their perspective. Since you can't tie the people at OTM Zine down, this coverage is city wide. We hope you enjoy seeing what these busy ladies are up to!
  • Edward's Gardens - A Breath of Fresh Air in Toronto

    Edward's Gardens - A Breath of Fresh Air in Toronto
    Edwards Gardens is a botanical garden located on the southwest corner of Leslie Street and Lawrence Avenue East in Toronto, Ontario. It is also the site of the Toronto Botanical Garden, a private not-for profit organization previously called the Civic Garden Centre.
  • TIFF Bell Lightbox - The Most Happening Place in the World for Cinematic Arts

    TIFF Bell Lightbox - The Most Happening Place in the World for Cinematic Arts
    Got an edge for film and cinema? Then check out the TIFF Bell Lightbox--Toronto's newest building devoted to the love of creative arts! This eye-candy venue holds exciting events all year long for viewers of all sorts!
  • The Young and the Trendy

    The Young and the Trendy
    Just smell that creativity in the air. West Queen West is my go-to place when I’m in need of an artistic revival. Running from Bathurst to Gladstone Avenue, there is plenty to lay your eyes, hands, and taste buds on.
  • Dark Horse -- The Espresso Bar Wonder

    Dark Horse -- The Espresso Bar Wonder
    Step aside Starbucks! Anyone who's anyone knows local coffee-shops are the place to go for genuine drinks and feel-good personalization of latte art. With 3 locations allover Toronto, this one article is an example of one's delightful experience in the ambient café on Spadina!
  • Lomo Back in Time: Distillery District

    Lomo Back in Time: Distillery District
    Even in all four seasons, it's the place for you. Definitely a must-visit destination in this town. Constructed for more than over 100 years in the heart of Toronto, if you haven't already visited it, join in and LOMO ON!
  • HMCS Haida: The

    HMCS Haida: The
    I had about 3 hours to kill in Hamilton on a sunny afternoon. I was trying to follow the coastline of Lake Ontario, eager to find something interesting when the site of a huge battleship caught me a little off guard.
  • Toronto, Street Art, Pho and Shopping in Chinatown

    Toronto,  Street Art, Pho and Shopping in Chinatown
    What makes Toronto wonderful is its multiculturalism. It is the most multicultural city in the world. This makes for some good food and unique neighborhoods. This trip we parked on Queen Street West and walked over to Chinatown through the backstreets for a bowl of Pho and a look in some of the shops (and maybe some street art along the way).
  • Local Orientalism

    Local Orientalism
    Western civilization is always trying to create its own world within its national boundaries and Canada's very own Toronto is a prime example of that! Toronto's own Chinatown is the place to be if you want an awesome all-in-one cultural experience. Here's a preview of what you can do in this street-long community!
  • The Garrison

    The Garrison
    When it comes to the anatomy of Dundas West, the Garrison is its heart. I ventured to the neighbourhood's favourite watering hole to check out a show featuring Die Mannequin, DD/MM/YYYY and Revolution Love.
  • The Opera House

    The Opera House
    Let's face it: Toronto's indie music scenesters live in the west end. So whenever there's a show happening at the Opera House, they kvetch about making the tedious trek east of Yonge. Once they step inside, however, their grumbling ceases promptly. Yes, this venue is that good.
  • BMO Field Toronto FC Stadium: Where Fans Come to Play

    BMO Field Toronto FC Stadium: Where Fans Come to Play
    Not a soccer club (or football as it's called in most of the world) known for being one of the best in the world - you could say the fans are! "All for One" is the fan's slogan and the team spit there is amazing. Most of us don't go to see the team win, just to enjoy each others company, some good weather and huge pints of beer. You'll have a blast, trust me.
  • Yonge-Dundas Square, the Heart of the City

    Yonge-Dundas Square, the Heart of the City
    Want to be the center of attention? Yonge-Dundas Square is the place to be. It is literally the heart of the city and wouldn’t be mistaken for anything other. Everyone congregates here, no matter what the season. It’s a great place to meet and see friendlies, not-so-friendlies, and the occasional flashmob.
  • Lomography Workshops, the Place to Be

    Lomography Workshops, the Place to Be
    If you don't know this already, Lomography Gallery Stores all over the world feature several workshops every month! What are you waiting for? Sign up for an exciting workshop now by checking out events under the magazine tab!
  • Celebration Square: Mississauga's Place for Simple Pleasures

    Celebration Square: Mississauga's Place for Simple Pleasures
    Celebration Square is one of Mississauga’s newest recreational additions. In 2011, it replaced the original scenery, a plainer and paved area for people to walk around in. Now, it has an impressive stage, open space, picnic tables, and a great way to just relax and enjoy the weather, be it hot or cold.
  • The Toronto Eaton Centre

    The Toronto Eaton Centre
    Everyone goes shopping, whether it be to splurge your most recent paycheck, to take in the latest trends, to do some walking exercise, or just to buy the necessities. Toronto Eaton Centre is the one-stop shop for everything. Seriously.
  • Let's go skating at Nathan Philips Square!

    Let's go skating at Nathan Philips Square!
    Best known for its skating rink, Nathan Philips Square is the place for civic activities, special events, or just a place to hang out. Right in front of City Hall, there’s no other place to be than here when you want to feel what it’s like to be in Toronto.
  • A Foreigner's Visit to Downtown Toronto, Canada

    A Foreigner's Visit to Downtown Toronto, Canada
    A small city guide for foreigners to Toronto.
  • Take me out to the...Rogers Centre!

    Take me out to the...Rogers Centre!
    Canada's one and only Major League Baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays, makes its home at the Rogers Centre right here in Toronto! Formerly and famously known as the Skydome, this stadium is one of the city's trademark venues for entertainment.

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