Toronto

Spring is almost here (really, don’t look out the window; just “think Spring”) and it’s finally time to switch your winter boots for some hiking boots! Hiking paths and the easy flow of the Humber River cuts through 250 acres of…

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If you’re looking for something to do with your family during March Break, a visit to Canada’s Agriculture Museum might be exactly what you are looking for and gives your kids the chance to get up close and personal with…

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Looking for Montreal-style bagels? Indeed, no trip to Quebec is complete without picking up a dozen freshly baked bagels from Montreal. Montreal bagels are famous for a reason: they are carefully hand rolled from scratch, boiled in honey sweetened water,…

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Not sure what to do with your kids for the Family Day long weekend? The Harbourfront Centre has plenty of fun and free Family Day weekend activities lined up. In addition to two skating days at Harbourfront Centre (235 Queen’s…

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One of Toronto’s most distinctive landmarks and originally designed by E.J. Lennox over a three-year period from 1911-1914, the Gothic Revival style house and gardens is now a national landmark. For the Family Day long weekend, Casa Loma offers fun…

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For over 40 years, the revolving cast of Saturday Night Live has provided biting commentary on the times through sketch comedy. More than 120 cast members have graced the stage, from the likes of Bill Murray to Eddie Murphy, Chris…

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