The Difference Between Private And Public Colleges In Toronto

(No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

Toronto is one of North America’s greatest cities. It offers architectural beauty, highly developed culture and a cosmopolitan quality of life. It is also the home to numerous institutions of higher education, both public and private. Toronto’s public and private colleges offer a tremendous variety of experiences and opportunities. Here is a quick run-down of […]


Hello From Toronto A Bike Tour Through The Don Valley Leaside Salsa On St Clair And Sunnyside Beach

(No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

My summery biking adventures through Toronto continue. This morning I packed my backpack and as usual I entered the Taylor Creek Park system. Heading down into the lush green river valley that is fully closed in by trees and bushes on both sides is always such a great feeling, as if the big city was […]


Hello From Toronto Exploring Chinatown And Kensington Part Ii

(No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

Captivated by the colourful and unusual variety of stores we walked through narrow streets filled with a jumble of vintage clothing stores, bakeries, restaurants, shops selling anything from fish, cheese and meat to dry goods and assorted merchandise. At about 7:30 pm most of the stores had closed or were in the process of closing, […]


Doors Open 2006 Toronto S Architectural Festival Sure Has Become Popular

(No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

Judging by the line-ups of architecture buffs on the streets, Toronto’s free architecture festival, Doors Open, is a resounding success. Since 2000 Doors Open has been providing free access to architecturally or culturally significant buildings that would normally be closed to the public or charge an entrance fee. This year more than 140 locations participated […]


Hello From Toronto Exploring Chinatown And Kensington Part I

(No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

In all my explorations of Toronto over the last few years I have learned that in addition to numerous world-class sights and attractions, Toronto has many lesser known nooks and crannies that are full of history, interesting stories and anecdotes. One of the best people to learn from about the twists and turns of Toronto’s […]


Hello From Toronto Partying At The Celebrate Toronto Street Festival And Afrofest

(No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

So many festivals to choose from, so little time….. This weekend Toronto had so many special events to offer, there simply wasn’t enough time to attend them all. Here are just a few samples of some of the major events offered on the July 7 to 9 weekend: – Afrofest, a celebration of African culture, […]


Hello From Toronto Part 7 Summer In T O Positively Rocks

(No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

It’s been a pretty amazing summer so far. The weather has been pretty good since as far back as April. Occasionally, we’ve had rain showers and thunderstorms, but much of the rain has actually fallen over night. The weather on the weekends has been great for the most part, perfect conditions to enjoy all the […]