Allan Gardens At Night by phraction
Allan Gardens, founded in 1858, is one of the oldest parks in Toronto. In addition to "Conservatory", a greenhouse, it has also a playground and areas for dogs. And on cold winter nights it is simply magical.
Get through the winter weather by warming up at one of the top events coming up in February. Whether you're into contemporary art, musical romance or roaring motors, Toronto has something to offer for everyone. Check out our tips and hope to see you around at each of the events!
High Park is a wonderful place to go to during every season of the year. This magical photo of the Grenadier Pond during a snowstorm was captured by josullivan.59. Thanks!
New City Hall by d_pham
The year 2015 had a strong start with significant growth in several fields. Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported a strong price, sales and new listings increase last month.
We have prepared a very special article for you that will guide you through the world of children's yoga in Toronto. We picked some of what we reckon are the best yoga centres where you can either take your child to introduce them to yoga, or even exercise together and find more Prana in your lives. We also bring you an exclusive interview with Janet Williams – Certified Primary/Junior Teacher, Yoga Instructor and Author of the Award-winning book What I See, I Can Be: A Guided Yoga Flow for Children!
Toronto Design Offsite Festival (January 19 to 25) or simply TO DO returns to the streets of Toronto as a creative platform for Canada's most prominent designers.
Toronto winter by Song Lin
Throughout the year, we were expecting the market to rise steadily. We also anticipated that demand would surpass inventory in Toronto.
Hey ducks, you are in my shot! by Jackman Chiu
Hey ducks, you are in my shot! That's exactly how this photo is called! This cool pic was shot by Jackman Chiu, Toronto based graphic designer.
If you decided to stay in the city for the end of the year, you should definitely not miss the 30th annual New Year's Eve event at Nathan Phillips Square. Just like every year, Torontonians can look forward a spectacular free show with musical and interactive exhibits that will keep the crowd entertained over the freezing Canadian winter evening. The program starts at 8:00 P.M. and ends with a spectacular fireworks show that ushers in the New Year.
Nathan Phillips Square skating rink at night by The City of Toronto
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Centred on one of the most iconic parks in the city, the Cedarvale neighbourhood provides access to a breathtaking park in the Cedarvale Ravine, wonderful outdoor areas, and residents driving a strong sense of communities.