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Mar 23 to Apr 09
Catch a Toronto Maple Leafs home game at the Air Canada Centre during the 2016/2017 NHL season.

11/8/2016 07:30 PM Los Angeles Kings @ Toronto Maple Leafs
11/11/2016 07:00 PM Philadelphia Flyers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
11/15/2016 07:30 PM Nashville Predators @ Toronto Maple Leafs
11/17/2016 07:30 PM Florida Panthers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
11/22/2016 07:00 PM Carolina Hurricanes @ Toronto Maple Leafs
11/26/2016 07:00 PM Washington Capitals @ Toronto Maple Leafs
12/07/2016 07:30 PM Minnesota Wild @ Toronto Maple Leafs
12/11/2016 07:00 PM Colorado Avalanche @ Toronto Maple Leafs
12/13/2016 07:30 PM San Jose Sharks @ Toronto Maple Leafs
12/15/2016 07:30 PM Arizona Coyotes @ Toronto Maple Leafs
12/17/2016 07:00 PM Pittsburgh Penguins @ Toronto Maple Leafs
12/19/2016 07:30 PM Anaheim Ducks @ Toronto Maple Leafs
1/1/2017 03:00 PM Detroit Red Wings @ Toronto Maple Leafs
1/7/2017 07:00 PM Montreal Canadiens @ Toronto Maple Leafs
1/17/2017 07:30 PM Buffalo Sabers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
1/19/2017 07:30 PM New York Rangers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
1/21/2017 07:00 PM Ottawa Seniors @ Toronto Maple Leafs
1/23/2017 07:30 PM Calgary Flames @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/7/2017 07:30 PM Dallas Stars @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/9/2017 07:30 PM St. Lois Blues @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/11/2017 07:00 PM Buffalo Sabers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/14/2017 07:30 PM New York Islanders @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/18/2017 07:00 PM Ottawa Senators @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/21/2017 07:30 PM Winnipeg Jets @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/23/2017 07:30 PM New York Islanders @ Toronto Maple Leafs
2/23/2017 07:00 PM Montreal Canadiens @ Toronto Maple Leafs
3/7/2017 07:30 PM Detroit Tigers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
3/9/2017 07:30 PM Philadelphia Flyers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
3/18/2017 07:00 PM Chicago Blackhawks @ Toronto Maple Leafs
3/20/2017 07:30 PM Boston Bruins @ Toronto Maple Leafs
3/23/2017 07:30 PM New Jersey Devils @ Toronto Maple Leafs
3/28/2017 07:30 PM Florida Panthers @ Toronto Maple Leafs
4/4/2017 07:30 PM Washington Capitals @ Toronto Maple Leafs
4/6/2017 7:30 PM Tampa Bay Lighting @ Toronto Maple Leafs
4/8/2017 07:00 PM Pittsburgh Penguins @ Toronto Maple Leafs
4/9/2017 06:00 PM Columbus Blue Jackets @ Toronto Maple Leafs

Please note: Game dates and times are subject to change.




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Mar 23 to Apr 07
Catch a Toronto Raptors home game at the Air Canada Centre during the 2016/2017 NBA season.

11/12/2016 07:30PM New York Kicks @ Toronto Raptors
11/16/2016 08:00PM Golden State Warriors @ Toronto Raptors
11/28/2016 07:30PM Philadelphia 76ers @ Toronto Raptors
11/30/2016 07:30PM Memphis Grizzles @ Toronto Raptors
12/02/2016 07:30PM Los Angeles Lakers @ Toronto Raptors
12/3/2016 07:30PM Atlanta Hawks @ Toronto Raptors
12/5/2016 07:30PM Cleveland Cavaliers @ Toronto Raptors
12/8/2016 07:00PM Minnesota Timberwolves @ Toronto Raptors
12/12/2016 07:30PM Milwaukee Bucks @ Toronto Raptors
12/16/2016 07:30PM Atlanta Hawks @ Toronto Raptors
12/20/2016 07:30PM Brooklyn Nets @ Toronto Raptors
1/5/2017 07:30PM Utah Jazz @ Toronto Raptors
1/8/2017 06:00PM Houston Rockets @ Toronto Raptors
1/10/2017 07:30PM Boston Celtics @ Toronto Raptors
1/13/2017 07:30PM Brooklyn Nets @ Toronto Raptors
1/15/2017 03:0PM New York Knicks @ Toronto Raptors
1/22/2017 06:00PM Phoenix Suns @ Toronto Raptors
1/24/2017 07:00PM San Antonio Spurs @ Toronto Raptors
1/27/2017 07:30PM Milwaukee Bucks @ Toronto Raptors
1/28/2017 06:000PM Orlando Magic @ Toronto Raptors
1/31/2017 07:30PM New Orleans Pelicans @ Toronto Raptors
2/6/2017 07:30PM Los Angeles Clippers @ Toronto Raptors
2/12/2017 06:00PM Detroit Pistions @ Toronto Raptors
2/15/2017 07:30PM Charlotte Hornets @ Toronto Raptors
2/24/2017 07:30PM Boston Celtics @ Toronto Raptors
2/26/2017 06:00PM Portland Trail Blazers @ Toronto Raptors
3/1/2017 07:30PM Washington Wizards @ Toronto Raptors
3/13/2017 07:30PM Dallas Mavericks @ Toronto Raptors
3/16/2017 07:00PM Oklahoma City Thunder @ Toronto Raptors
3/19/2017 06:00PM Indiana Pacers @ Toronto Raptors
3/21/2017 07:00PM Chicago Bulls @ Toronto Raptors
3/27/2017 07:30PM Orlando Magic @ Toronto Raptors
3/29/2017 07:30PM Charlotte Hornets @ Toronto Raptors
3/31/2017 07:00PM Indiana Pacers @ Toronto Raptors
4/2/2017 07:00PM Philadelphia 76ers @ Toronto Raptors
4/7/2017 07:30PM Miami Heat @ Toronto Raptors

Please note: Game dates and times are subject to change.




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Mar 23 to Mar 25
On View: February 18 to March 25
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 18 from 2 to 5 p

"In 2010, Claude Lanzmann's film, The Karski Report, was released. It is comprised entirely of an interview with Jan Karski, an official in the Polish resistance during World War II, whose testimony in Shoah (Lanzmann's seminal film from 1985) remains unforgettable. The Karski Report outlines Karski's desperate attempts to convey the unimaginable events to the West from occupied Poland. Did he succeed?

I knew, but didn't believe it and because I didn't believe it, I didn't know goes back to one of the most critical moments in diplomatic history to examine this question." - Ido Govrin (2017)


Claude Lanzmann, Le rapport Karski, documentary film (still), 48 minutes, 2010
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Mar 23 to Apr 23
TIFF Kids presents digiPlaySpace: Toronto’s interactive playground where kids can control a robotic arm, paint with light, learn to code using physical blocks, and more! The 2017 edition of digiPlaySpace is an immersive learning experience, surrounding visitors and delighting the senses with the world's most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining media creations. The award-winning exhibition runs from February 18 to April 23 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets on sale now at tiff.net/digiplayspace.


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Apr 30
Refined choices for that special day are exhibited at this event, including extensive product displays and expert advice for all things related to weddings. Stunning art installations sure to ignite imaginations are highlights.



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Mar 28
EVERY TUESDAY FROM FEBRUARY 28 - MARCH 28, WE INVITE YOU TO DECIDE WHO MAKES THE ULTIMATE PINOT NOIR BETWEEN 12 OF THE FINEST WINERIES IN ONTARIO.
Simply book a table for you and your friends, and tell your server you would like to participate in Pinot League. You will receive 3 pours of Pinot Noir + a paired dish by a guest Chef for $35.
At the end of the evening, submit a vote for your favourite pinot!
The winning wine from each round goes to the Grand Final on March 28 where you receive 4 pours + a paired dish for $45.



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Mar 23
Mingle with several, mesh with many! This inspirational Toronto Speed Dating event is geared towards young professionals with an Indian / South Asian background looking for a classy and fun way to meet other like-minded individuals within their culture.

Cohosted with LovedInspired

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* Up to 18 dates
* Appetizers
* A great evening out!



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Mar 24
Join us on Friday, March 24 for the first DXSocial instalment of 2017.
Converging at the centre of art, design and technology DXSocial: Tryptech immerses you in a one-night-only design experience lead by three leading edge creative groups.

Lizz Aston, Sam Noseworthy and Little Dada will transform our exhibition hall in a series of three exclusive installations. ESP will be providing tunes, allowing you to dance and unwind with a drink (or a few).

As always we’ll have complimentary drinks, snacks, and even some sweets from Squish Candies on site all evening.


DXSocial: Tryptech
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Mar 26
Discover many types of vintage printed material, all under one roof. Collectors and dealers in old paper, ephemera and vintage books get together for the Spring one-day vintage print sale. Seventy tables piled high with vintage paper plus rare and antique books. Categories include old advertising, concert, travel and movie posters, comics, vintage photography, brochures, vintage sewing patterns, postcards, prints, maps, out of print magazines, old paperbacks, sports memorabilia, antique maps, rare, antique and unusual old books and more. Hours 10am - 4pm


Bird's eye view of the old book and paper show
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Mar 28
This niche speed dating event is targeted at all you single’s who enjoy an active lifestyle. Whether you’re a gym junkie, love participating in sports or outdoor activities or just feel that staying active and fit are and important part of your lifestyle, this is your opportunity to meet other like-minded singles.

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* Up to 15 dates
* Appetizers
* A great evening out!



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Mar 29
Meet 25 singles in one night! Hosted by the premier speed dating company; 25Dates (as featured on CNN Headline News). This event is for Men and Women ages 25-35. Come out for this fabulous night which includes hors d'oeuvres and your chance to meet up to 25 singles. If you don't get a match, you get to come back for free! 25Dates; hooking up Canada's singles!



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Mar 30
Join Laura Bilotta of Single in the City for Singles Pizza Making Night at Basso Pizzeria in Toronto.

Because the Single in the City October 2016 Singles Pizza Making night was so darn successful, we’re taking this delicious show on the road and doing it all over again at Basso Pizzeria in Toronto – 320 Queen St E. Toronto Ontario.

This Corktown restaurant has a wood fired pizza oven out front. So we’ll be doing the prep work together right in the bar area in what we expect a very lively and social pizza prep time. We eat and drink and get social.

Basso Pizzeria’s own chef, and Laura will guide the crowd through the best practices of pizza making while encouraging individual creativity. Every participant gets a 12 inch pizza pie with ANY toppings they like, arranged anyway they like. There will be some exotic ingredients, but no competition – people just share their slices and take home the rest of their pies.

THE EVENING INCLUDES:

Pizza making lesson
Mixer Icebreaker from 7pm-7:30pm
Pizza dinner
Prizes



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Mar 30
Meet 25 singles in one night! Hosted by the premier speed dating company; 25Dates (as featured on CNN Headline News). This event is for Men ages 35-45 and Women ages 30-40. Come out for this fabulous night which includes hors d'oeuvres and your chance to meet up to 25 singles. If you don't get a match, you get to come back for free! 25Dates hooking up Canada's singles!



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Mar 31
Have fun and mingle with other singles at our Monthly Social. Includes an interactive game to break the ice. 25dates hooking up Canada's singles!



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Apr 05
This niche Speed dating event is for mature, sexy women and for the men that want to meet them.

INCLUSIONS:
* Up to 15 dates
* Appetizers
* A great evening out!



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Visitors will find every conceivable type of vintage printed material, all under one roof. Collectors and dealers in old paper, ephemera and vintage books get together for the semi-annual one-day vintage print sale. 70 tables covered with vintage paper plus rare and antique books. Categories include old advertising, concert, travel and movie posters, comics, vintage photography, brochures, vintage sewing patterns, postcards, prints, maps, magazines, old paperbacks, out of print books, sports memorabilia, antique maps, unusual, rare and antiquarian books and more.


An array of vintage paper and books
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Apr 09
The Spring edition of the Wychwood Vintage Clothing Show/Sale comes to Artscape Wychwood Barns on April 9. Vintage dealers from Toronto, Montreal and all parts of Ontario put on a show and sale at historic Wychwood Barns. Shoppers will find a large and varied range of vintage fashion, accessories and textiles. Men's and women's clothing, shoes, hats, scarves, handbags, costume and fine jewellery, decorative pieces and a great deal more. The Wychwood Vintage show has become a hot-spot for fashion conscious vintage shoppers from across the city.

Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie St., Toronto


Vintage takes to the road
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Held at numerous venues around the city, this annual event showcases current music through conferences, a festival, awards celebrations and film exhibits. Music industry leaders, performers and writers converge for five days of sharing, competition and conferencing.



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This is an art show with classes as well as a Marketplace full of art supplies. Come for the day, or come for the weekend. We have one hour classes for non registered students, or 2-6 hour classes for registered students. The Marketplace is full of art and craft supplies, as well as make it take its and demonstrations.


Coast to Coast 2015
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2015 Toronto International Motorcycle SPRINGSHOW ! Taking Place March 21,22 at The International Centre.
Check out our website and don't forget to download our $3 dollar off Admission Coupon. SEE YOU AT THE SHOW!
www.motorcyclespringshow.com




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Paprika's $2 Clothing Sale is back this Spring to sell you great fashion finds in support of the Paprika Festival. The best part? EVERYTHING ONLY COSTS $2! Bring your mom, bring your friends, bring your friend's mom!

All that AND a bake sale!

Sunday, June 1st
11am - 6pm rain or shine
Storefront Theatre - 955 Bloor Street West
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Shoppers dressed in head-to-toe Vintage. A retro space packed to the skylights with vintage fashion. Thats Wychwood Barns on Sunday, April 10 when Vintage dealers from Toronto, Montreal and all parts of Ontario come to Wychwood for Torontos Wychwood vintage clothing sale. Stall after stall showing one of a kind womens fashions, accessories, vintage jewellery, mens accessories and more, authentic vintage from the Twenties to the Seventies, the big labels and obscure ones too. Wychwood is a world of Vintage under one roof.


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aluCine Latin Film+Media Arts Festival 2015
QUINCEANERA 15th Edition

Winter is in Full Swing but Spring is Coming - Really!! And with it aluCine will be showcasing the best in Latin film and media art.

aluCine Film+Media Arts Festival invites Toronto to join a very special celebration—aluCine’s Quinceanera, our 15th anniversary! This year’s festival will be filled with all of the fun, flavour and excitement that a Quinceañera party has to offer, films will be running from Thursday, April 2 to Sunday, April 5. Toronto can look forward to shaking of the winter blues with a Latin celebration!

This year’s festival will have one of the most diverse programming showcase’s that aluCine has offered. This includes a return of some of the festivals most loved programming, the family friendly Shorts for Shorties, insightful LGBTQ films, artists talks, and relevant industry panels. However, this year the festival will also showcase a special Latino Canadian retrospective, a truly hair-raising Noche Macabre program, a unique section on Cuban diasporic film and media arts not to be missed, and a truly experimental Super 8 films!

The Festival takes place at different venues.

FILMS: April 2th-5th - Jackman Hall AGO

NOCHE MACABRA FILMS and PARTY: CineCycle April 3rd

FILMS for Children: April 4th - Theatre Direct/Artscape Wychwood Barns

OFF SCREEN EVENTS: April 2-16 - Exhibitions, performances, panels, & more @ the Beaver Hall Gallery

“All films with English subtitles”

For more info and tickets visit our website: www.aluCineFestival.com

TICKETS INFO:

Regular Screenings: $10
Students & Seniors: $8 With I.D. | Regular screenings only

Opening Gala: Film+Reception: $20
Only Party: $15 *Party Admission only with Opening Gala ticket stub

Shorts for Shorties; children’s programs: $10 adults, $8 children, $6 siblings (under 12)

Closing Gala: Film + Party: $20
Only Film:$10
Only Party: $15

Industry Events:
Panels Free
(Includes brunch!)

All-Access Pass: $75

Festival pass entitles you to all screenings, Opening and Closing night Galas, Industry Series sessions and all the parties. Passes are redeemable for individual tickets to any festival screening, including Opening/Closing Screenings and Industry Series, in advance or on the day of the screening at least 30 min prior to show time at the Box Office. Passes are non-transferable.

All tickets are subject to availability. Same day tickets will be available at the venue 30 minutes before showtime (cash only).

ALL FILMS W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES



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This special dinner and dance party raises funds for Nuerofibromatosis (NF) Research for SickKids Foundation. Dress up as your favourite retro 70's or 80's movie or music icon and groove out to blasts from the past. Prizes and a silent auction will be featured.



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Natural health themes and issues are explored at this annual exhibition and conference, which in addition to featuring a wide selection of health-related exhibitors, also offers a line-up of guest lectures and seminars on topics related to overall wellness, nutrition, alternative medicines, organic gardening and much more.



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Canada's largest Pet Show is an extravaganza showcase for pet-lovers. Featuring more than 180 exhibitors, including breeders, retailers, pet product manufacturers and animal rescue organizations, all sorts of pets are represented - from dogs to frogs. Visitors are asked to leave their own pets at home.



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Launched in 1998 as a division of the Toronto International Film Festival, this cultural event offers diverse film programming for children of all ages. A wide range of International films are screened at venues city-wide during the festival.



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This annual Easter parade celebrates the community spirit of Toronto's vibrant Beaches community. Floats range from souped up cars to mobile creations adorned with colourful floral arrangements. The event is family-friendly.
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Formerly the Winter Salsa Carnival the Toronto Salsa Festival brings together professional instructors and performers, amateurs, intermediate and advanced social salsa dancers of all nationalities, who congregate to showcase their talent, learn new moves in workshops, and have fun on the dance floor.



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Each spring, the Toronto Zoo invites children under 12 to take part in an educational egg hunt, with clues leading to some of the facilities most notable amphibians. The Easter bunny also makes an appearance, handing out delicious treats for the youngsters.
  • Toronto Zoo   Address: 361A Finch Ave. Toronto  ON  M1B 5K7
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Future Building is an interactive three-day exhibition that provides young career seekers with the opportunity to experience hands-on activities in all areas of the construction sector. In addition, the exhibition will showcase partnerships of labour and management working together to build Ontario’s future.



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Apr 25

The Property Show is a biannual and innovative event geared towards consumers, professionals and investors alike. We aim to provide you with valuable knowledge about the latest offerings in real estate and property investment.

We offer a wide variety of information and seminars; whether your interest lies in resale or new residential homes, condominium or vacation property. If its real estate services you’re interested in? Or if you are just looking to increase your real estate portfolio-The Property Show is sure to deliver.

“It is our mission to provide educated, real estate focused guidance for anyone who is interested in or already involved in property investment. Our show provides a unique opportunity for novice and expert members of this community to fuse together in a professional and informative environment”

April 25th 2015 hours are 9-6
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The Annual Cadillac Fairview 5K Run / Walk aims to contribute to the ongoing efforts of two amazing organizations, while simultaneously uniting the community for a morning of activity, wellness, and camaraderie. Join Cadillac Fairview Sunday, April 26, 2015 in support of SICKKIDS and POGO at their new location, Shops at Don Mills! As in the past, this year’s race furthers the Cadillac Fairview corporate belief of supporting the communities in which their properties reside. Registration goes live on February 2, 2015 online at http://www.cadillacfairviewrun.ca/



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Toronto's CONTACT Photography Festival began in 1997 and currently draws over 1,000,000 people to over 200 venues across the Greater Toronto Area. Five hundred photographers from Toronto, across Canada and the rest of the world exhibit a variety of work at the festival which is the largest of its kind in North America.
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On Sunday APRIL 26, 2015 at 8AM, join us for the fourth annual Balanse Bum Run, a 5 Kilometre walk / run event to raise awareness of colorectal cancer. Starting at Queen’s Park Circle (South Side of the Legislative Building), The Bum Run route will proceed along College Street, Spadina Avenue, Bloor Street and Bay Street. This year, all proceeds will go toward one of several colorectal cancer related charities, visit www.bumrun.com to learn more about each of our supported causes and register today! Do it for your bum!


Register at www.bumrun.com

$40.00 before March 31st
$45.00 after March 31st
FREE for children under 12


Balanse Bum Run
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This dance festival celebrates Asian culture through traditional dance form performances, workshops and educational support. This year's performances feature works from rising Canadian choreographers and theatre groups.



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SFT Canada is pleased to host The Largest Tibetan Food Festival in North America. The 5th annual Eat For Tibet Food Festival is on Sunday, April 26th 2015 in Little Tibet aka Parkdale from 11am till 7pm.
Come out with your friends and family to enjoy some delicious Tibetan food at any of the Tibetan restaurants in Parkdale. Proceeds will support our crucial work with youth leadership and campaigning for Tibet.
Enjoy a wide variety of different styles and flavours of Tibetan food from the best Tibetan restaurants in our ‘Little Tibet’ in Parkdale.
The participating restaurants are (in alphabetical order) :
Himalayan Kitchen - 1524 Queen St. West
Loga's Momo Corner- 216 Close Ave.
Norling Restaurant - 1512 queen St. W
Om Restaurant - 1439 Queen St. W
Shangrila Restaurant– 1600 Queen St W
Tibet Kitchen – 1544 Queen St W
Tsampa Café – 1528 Queen W


Come with a hunger for some great Tibetan dishes and learn about what we do at Students for a Free Tibet Canada, and how you can help us!.

Facebook Event Page - https://www.facebook.com/events/1557501234525399/
Organizer - Students For a Free Tibet-Canada
www.sft-canada.org


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Everything to do with baby can be found at this showcase celebrating parenthood. Exciting new products, maternity clothing, parenting tools, services, seminars and information, and children's entertainment by favourite children's characters make this a popular event for the whole family.
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The original curated and themed event for chic and modern mamas and soon-to-be mommies.
Description
We invite you to attend one of our signature events - The Original Baby Soiree.

The Original Baby Soiree is the originator of the first intimate & interactive baby show in Ontario - with a focus on expectant and new mommies.
The curated + themed experience is sure to have something to delight and inspire every mommy, guest and industry visionary.
This is not your typical mass-expo event but rather a curated experience and a true treat; a themed and interactive event to inspire + celebrate mommies and their little lovelies.

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THE DETAILS
UNVEILING TORONTO’S FINEST
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At this plush show, 500 + moms will be able to browse and shop for the finest essentials for their modern parenting lifestyle while being treated to gourmet food stations, entertainment and inspiration boards.

It’s the only event where moms and expectant moms, (and their lovelies) can meet and mingle, learn from industry experts, get inspired and celebrate life in a family-friendly stylish venue.


SUNDAY APRIL 27, 2014
10AM TO 5PM
THE WAREHOUSE EVENT VENUE @ DOWNSVIEW PARK


**FEATURES**

The area’s premier purveyors in the baby & toddler industry who attendees can speak to intimately
Mini Consultations
Live Entertainment
Delicious Gourmet Treats & Sweets
A Moveable Feast: Food Trucks & Tented Bistro
For the HOSTESS: The FIRST LIVE inspiration board—for celebrations and birthday parties
Complimentary mini consultations with event planners & food stylists
THEME: Carnaval de Paris

Unlike your typical baby shows, The Original Baby Soiree show will strive to once again break the conventional trade show bonds by having an intimate, plush and interactive event.

Theme: Carnaval de Paris
Our theme will wow all guests and vendors; the first in Ontario.



CARNIVAL ADMISSION TICKET
Adult (13 years and up) $30.00
Child (3 to 12 years old) $15.00
Little One (2 years and under) FREE

* Tickets available in advance and online
* Tickets available for purchase at the door on the day of the event


PURCHASE TICKETS: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-original-baby-soiree-2014-tickets-10900424463

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SUNDAY APRIL 27, 2014
10AM TO 5PM
THE WAREHOUSE EVENT VENUE @ DOWNSVIEW PARK

Free Parking Available: Lot + Street


DIRECTIONS:
Go west on Sheppard Ave from Allen Road
(Past Chesswood Drive)

Turn Left onto John Drury Drive into the main Downsview Park entrance (at the big Downsview Park sign)

At first stop sign turn left on to Carl Hall Road

Continue on Carl Hall Road past second stop sign.
Take next right hand turn into main parking lot before the railroad tracks.

The Warehouse Event Venue is located in the middle of the complex next to the Ontario Drivetest Centre.



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The original curated and themed wedding showcase for the chic and modern clientele, featuring installations + vignettes.

We invite you to attend one of our signature bridal events - The Original Wedding Soiree.

UNVEILING TORONTO'S BEST
The curated + themed experience is sure to have something to delight and inspire every bride, guest and industry visionary.


SUNDAY APRIL 27, 2014
10AM TO 6PM
THE WAREHOUSE EVENT VENUE @ DOWNSVIEW PARK


FEATURES
Local Wedding Library
Mini Consultations
Live Inspiration Installations
Fashion Vignette
Live Entertainment
Theme: Carnaval de Paris
Our theme will wow all guests and vendors; the first in Ontario.



CARNAVAL ADMISSION TICKET $30.00
DOOR TICKET SALES $35 CASH ONLY


THE VENUE DETAILS
Free Parking Available: Lot + Street
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DIRECTIONS:

Go west on Sheppard Ave from Allen Road (past Chesswood Drive)
Turn left onto John Drury Drive into the main Downsview Park entrance (at the big Downsview Park sign)
At first stop sign turn left on to Carl Hall Road
Continue on Carl Hall Road past second stop sign.
Take next right hand turn into main parking lot before the railroad tracks.
The Warehouse Event Venue is located in the middle of the complext next to the Ontario DriveTest Centre.



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May 01 to May 03
Theme: ‘’Transforming Mental Health care through application of Positive Psychology with Psychotherapy & promoting a Science of Mindfulness, Happiness & Well-being for Psychological wealth’’.

Positive psychology is the study of mindfulness, happiness & human flourishing. It explains the strengths and virtues that empower people, communities and organisations to thrive. It helps to build connections with advance prosperity of human versatility to promote the well-being of human resilience by unlocking the mysteries of mental illness and psychological wealth.

Mindfulness is the mental procedure of conveying one's consideration regarding the inner and outside encounters happening right now, which can be produced through the act of meditation and other training. Large populace based research ponders have demonstrated that the act of care is emphatically associated with wellbeing and health care. Studies have likewise demonstrated that rumination and stress add to mental illness or emotional instabilities, for example, depression and anxiety, and that care based intercessions are compelling in the lessening of both rumination and stress.

Positive Psychology 2017 primarily concentrates on the appraisal of human conduct and analysis of mental issue in complex sick patients. Positive thinking is a mental and enthusiastic state of mind that spotlights on the splendid side of life and expects positive results. The target of positive psychology research is to comprehend and assemble the qualities and temperance’s that empower people and groups to flourish. Europeans are tormented by mental and psychological sicknesses, with right around 165 million individuals or 38 percent of the populace experiencing every year a mind issue. With just about 33% of cases accepting the treatment or pharmaceutical required, emotional instabilities cause an immense monetary and social weight, it found the cost weight of these and neurological disarranges added up to around 386 billion euros ($555 billion) a year. An expected 6.8 million individuals kick the bucket each year as an aftereffect of mental issue. It is assessed that 10-20% of Canadian youth are influenced by a dysfunctional behavior or confusion – the absolute most impairing gathering of scatters around the world. The aggregate number of 12-19 year olds in Canada at hazard for creating despondency is a stunning 3.2 million. Mental illness is progressively debilitating the lives of our youngsters; with Canada's childhood suicide rate the third most noteworthy in the industrialized world.

Scott Asalone an author quote ‘’the goal of positive psychology has varied from happiness, to subjective well-being, to flourishing’’. Braco Pobric the bestselling author of Habits and Happiness describes positive psychology ‘’How to Become Happier and Improve Your Wellbeing by Changing Your Habits’’.

The scope of psychology is ever-growing due to constantly researches in this field. Everybody keen on the eventual fate of developing positive psychology and psychotherapy procedures significantly in positive brain science is urged to go to. Associate with our informal organization pages to get normal scholastic and industry overhauls.

Conference Highlights:

Positive Psychology Interventions, Philosophy & Human Resilience, Psychotherapy, Spirituality & Yoga, Humanistic Psychology, Mental Health & Psychiatry Nursing, Child & Adolescent Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Psychology, Applied Psychology & Addiction Psychiatry, Clinical Psychology, Sport & Exercise Psychology, Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Educational & Evolutional Psychology, Neuropsychology/Psychobiology, Social and Community Psychology, Addiction Research & Therapy, Psychopharmacology & Psychopathology, Developmental & Counseling Psychology, Psychological & Behavioral Sciences

We invite you to join us at the Positivepsychology & Psychotherapy Meetings, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Positive Psychology 2017 organizing committee look forward to meeting you in Toronto, Canada.
We shall be deeply honored by your gracious presence and we hope that you will be a part in making our event a grand success.

Why to attend???

Conferences, National symposiums and Workshops provide a dedicated forum for the advancement, execution and exchange of information about brain disorders and its allied areas.

The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including Keynote lectures, Plenary lectures, Symposium, Workshops on a variety of topics, Oral & Poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. This International Psychology Conference also encourages the active participation of Young Student Researchers as we are hosting Poster Award Competition and Young research Forum at the conference venue.

Positive psychology 2017 will provide an opportunity for all working on psychological, psychiatry & mental disorder issues to talk about their work. Positive Psychology meetings will congregate Renowned Speakers, Investigators, Nobel laureates, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Eminent scientists and Psychology researchers from both academia and health care industry will join together to discuss their views and research.

Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current and potential psychologists, psychiatrists & scientists, make a splash with advanced treatments, and receive name recognition at this 3-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in related to Psychology & Psychotherapy are hallmarks of this conference.

Why Canada?

Toronto is the most crowded city in Canada and the common place capital of Ontario. Toronto is the main tourism goal in Canada, drawing in more than 25 million Canadian, American and global guests every year (Tourism Toronto, 2012). In 2012, the Toronto area invited 9.9 million overnight guests. Guests to Toronto spend about $5.1 billion in direct consumptions amid their visits. Guests to the Toronto district bolster more than 329,000 individuals who work in tourism and accommodation. In view of 2013 assessments, Toronto invited 13.69 million overnight guests. Tourism and Attractions in Toronto are CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Casa Loma, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto Islands, Rogers Center, Ontario Science Center, Toronto Zoo, Black Creek Pioneer Village, and Toronto Harbor. With energizing attractions, live execution, significant class sports and a celebration for almost everything, you'll never come up short on things to do in Toronto. What's more, don't miss these highlights.

Target Audience:

Directors, Vice Presidents, Counselors, Psychiatrists, Neuropsychiatrists, Psychologists, Brand Manufacturers, Professors, Lecturers and Students from Academia in the study of mental health.

Target Audience:

Industry 20%
Academia 50%
Clinicians 20%
Others 10%

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Ms. Arizona Wilson |
Program Manager
Conference Series LLC
Phone: +702 508 5200 ex-8057
Email: positivepsychology@conferenceseries.com
Website: www.positivepsychology.conferenceseries.com/




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May 01 to May 31
The Junction BIA is pleased to present another great year of Photography in the Junction – part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. This year you will be able to explore 16 venues and see fine photographic works from more than 20 diverse artists. Yet again, this is the highest concentration of photographic venues in the City for the duration of an internationally acclaimed CONTACT Photography Festival.

While the event is open all month long (May 1st-31st), the opening reception will take place Saturday May 6th from 6-9 pm.

For more information please visit the event page.



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Thousands of Canadians will be earning their strips by climbing 1,776 steps at the 24th Annual Canada Life CN Tower Climb for WWF-Canada. Adventurous climbers will ascend Canada’s tallest building to help raise $1.3 million for WWF including their critical conservation work on species and habitats.

This year, form a team of four to seven co-workers or friends for the Team Challenge on May 1, 2014 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.

Notable executives taking part in the team climb include:

- Lloyd Bryant from HP
- Gordon Hicks from Brookfield
- Peter Melanson from Bullfrog
- Rudi Blatter from Lindt
- Louis Martel from Canadian Shipping Lines
- Paul Mead from Draft FCB
- Sasha Jacob from Jacob Securities
- Dani Reiss from Canada Goose

With over 5,000 climbers and 1.2 million dollars raised last year, the climb is WWF’s most significant fundraising event. Those unable to scale the steps of the CN Tower are invited to support WWF virtually by fundraising for the Climbless Climb.

For more details and to register, please visit www.wwf.ca/cntower.
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May 04 to May 05
Conference series LLC invites you to attend the 2nd Annual Conference on Atherosclerosis, Vascular Biology and Thrombosis to be held at May 04-05, 2017, Toronto, Canada Atherosclerosis 2017 will bring together world-class professors, scientists and cardiologists to discuss strategies for disease remediation for heart in this cardiology conference. Cardiology meetings are diversified on topics like cardiology congress, world cardiology conference, cardiovascular conference, cardiac surgery conference.
2nd Annual Conference on Atherosclerosis Vascular Biology and Thrombosis is designed to provide diverse and current education that will keep medical professionals abreast of the issues affecting the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Atherosclerosis, Vascular diseases and Thrombosis.
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Insideout Health & Fitness presents its 9th annual Walk or Run event for diabetes in support of the Sunnybrook Foundation, I Challenge Diabetes and York University Diabetes Sports Camp at Sunnybrook Park. Our goal this year is to raise $15,000 and we need your help!

Diabetes is a global pandemic and the fastest growing chronic disease in North America. Diabetes is a very serious illness which affects 1 in every 5 Canadians.

Learn more about “Spring Into Action!” at the following links:
http://www.insideoutstudio.ca/events-3/spring-action-2014/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SS3q0b6Yn3k
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Registration & Breakfast - 9:00am
Yoga & Warm-Up - 9:25am
Walk or Run - 9:50am
BBQ Celebration – 11:00am
- BBQ celebration, kids activities, stretch station, information booths, vendor’s marketplace & amazing music from local pop rock artists The Garden featuring Mark Wexler & Anthony Regan.

There will be prizes for the 1st, 2nd & 3rd place finishers

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Registration (includes walk/run & BBQ celebration)
* All registrants will recieve a t-shirt, water, BBQ ticket & gift bag

Early bird (Deadline March 31): $25

Individual: $35

Group (5+ persons): $100 (+$20 per each additional persons)

Family: $60

** Admission only to BBQ event, entertainment, kids activities & vendor marketplace
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Donations from generous local sponsors are the reason that we are able to hold events like these.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact us at: events@insideoutstudio.ca

We welcome all participants and look forward to sharing this experience with you again this year!


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A fund-raising initiative for the World Wildlife Fund of Canada, this event features corporate team and public climbs up the stairway of the CN Tower. Participants raise pledges to climb and are eligible for an array of climb incentives and prizes. Spaces are limited, early registration is recommended.
  • CN Tower   Address: 301 Front Street West, Toronto,  ON  CAN  M5V 2T6
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This superb race welcomes competitive runners wishing to qualify for other runs as well as recreational runners. Races include a 5km, half-marathon and full marathon.



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Thousands of Canadians will be earning their strips by climbing 1,776 steps at the 24th Annual Canada Life CN Tower Climb for WWF-Canada. Adventurous climbers will ascend Canada’s tallest building to help raise $1.3 million for WWF including their critical conservation work on species and habitats.

This year, do the Public Climb on May 3, 2014 from 6:00AM to 10:00AM. Those unable to scale the steps of the CN Tower are invited to support WWF virtually by fundraising for the Climbless Climb.

With over 5,000 climbers and 1.2 million dollars raised last year, the climb is WWF’s most significant fundraising event. For more details and to register, please visit www.wwf.ca/cntower.
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May 06
Teo Milea invites you to his piano & flute concert "A New Beginning in Waterloo", alongside fellow musician Terry Lim.
This concert is a journey through complex arrangements and colorful melodies of chic sophistication, which will keep the listener guessing what might happen at every twist and turn throughout its fascinating plot.


A New Beginning in Waterloo | Teo Milea (piano) & Terry Lim (flute)
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The Summit is a one day event to share ideas, learn new strategies, and celebrate the world of Business Intelligence. The goal for the Summit is to aggregate and share the best BI ideas/stories with like-minded professionals in the Great Lakes region.



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On May 5, 2015 join Schizophrenia Society of Ontario for the 22nd annual Peace of Minds Walk.
Walk with families, friends and supporters as they come together in communities across Ontario to rally support and awareness while raising funds to help individuals and families affected by schizophrenia and psychosis. The Peace of Minds Walk is SSO’s largest fundraising event with all donations going towards crucial programs and service that support people living with schizophrenia. Take part in a day of fun that includes exercise, live music, food and festivities.
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TMA’s 4th Annual Canadian Talent Management Summit will focus on creating a sustainable talent pipeline for your organizations future. With boomers retiring over the new few years, having your next round of leaders groomed and ready to go is crucial. The 2014 summit will focus on how strengthening your performance and development planning processes can help build a robust pipeline of talent for you organization.

The summit will feature focused sessions presented by both public and private sector practitioners and thought leaders. Join us for this amazing three-day learning and networking experience as presenters share best practices, case studies, frameworks, tools and innovative ways to strengthen processes around building bench strength, performance management and development to ensure a pipeline of qualified talent for your most critical roles.

For more info contact us:
Info@the-tma.org
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Digital Media Summit (DMS) is a social media and interactive marketing conference with a strong emphasis on digital branding and engagement strategies for brands, business, and media. Offering stimulating discussions, keynotes, presentations and a networking environment, the summit is an excellent opportunity to connect with brands, agencies, social specialists, and entertainment and digital executives.


Canada's Social Media and Interactive Marketing Conference
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“For The Love of Lobster”
A classic Maritime supper – for a great cause!

Thursday May 8th, 2014
6pm
$150 per person
Parish Hall of St. Patrick’s Church
141 McCaul Street (near University and Dundas)

Help St. Felix Centre help others...


“For The Love of Lobster” A classic Maritime supper – for a great cause!
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Presenting over 170 films from over 35 countries, this documentary film festival runs over 11 days and features an array of screenings, conferences and workshop opportunities. A variety of festival pass packages are available for festivities, which are held at various venues around the city.
  • Bloor Cinema   Address: 506 Bloor St. W. (Bloor & Spadina) Toronto



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Science Rendezvous is an annual festival celebrating Canadian science. Held on university campuses and community centres across Canada, Science Rendezvous takes science to the streets! The country's top researchers and scientists present hands-on demonstrations, interactive exhibits, guided lab tours, and explosive experiments that will entertain and amaze people of all ages. From the chemistry of ice-cream to the physics of rock and roll, Science Rendezvous has something for everyone! Come engage with real scientists at the very frontlines of research, and get your hands dirty exploring the wonders of science! Science Rendezvous venues in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond include: Yonge-Dundas Square, University of Toronto St. George, York University, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), University of Windsor, Mount Sinai Hospital, The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), Ontario Genomics Institute, Toronto Reference Library, Toronto Public Libraries, University of Toronto Scarborough (at the Toronto Zoo), OCADU, University of Toronto Mississauga, Stone Road Mall, Malvern Town Centre, Northumberland Mall, Queen’s University, Carleton University, University of Regina, Dalhousie University, Université de St. Boniface, Simon Fraser University, Cape Breton University, University of Winnipeg, Université de Montreal, Université Laval, Memorial University of Newfoundland, University of Manitoba, University of Prince Edward Island, University of British Columbia, McGill University, and University of Victoria etc…


Science Rendezvous is where people and science meet!
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Toronto's most popular clubs and music halls throw open their doors to industry insiders and the general public to create an electrifying musicfest of discovery. Over 1000 artists – 60 venues – 5 nights – one wristband. Check it out and start your planning. Make it a goal to discover 100 great bands you've never heard of… and don't miss out on the ones you love. Buy Your Tickets. Buy Your Wristbands. There's a little something for everyone.



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Once again, the Pages UnBound Festival brings together the most
interesting voices from the world of books, film and digital media,
combining them in curated events designed to stimulate creativity and
insight. Audiences are guaranteed thought-provoking discussions that will
continue long after the curtain has closed. Join us as we break down the silos between the creative arts at this multi-media festival!



A Literary Festival for the 21st Century
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This spring, time travel with Shen Yun and discover the majestic culture that blossomed for 5,000 years. Breathtaking music, rigorous physicality, story-telling through cutting-edge stage effects, Shen Yun has inspired the world for 10 years, now returning to Toronto Sony Centre, Mississauga Living Arts Centre, Kitchener and Hamilton.

Toronto, Sony Center
Thursday April 21 | 7:30pm
Friday, April 22 | 7:30pm
Saturday, April 23 | 2:00pm & 7:30pm
Sunday, April 24 | 2:00pm

Mississauga, Living Arts Center
Tuesday, April 26 | 7:30pm
Wednesday, April 27 | 7:30pm
Thursday, April 28 | 2:00pm & 7:30pm

Kitchener, Center In The Square
Friday, May 6| 7:30pm

Hamilton, Hamilton Place Theatre
Tuesday, May 10 | 7:30pm
Wednesday, May 11 | 7:30pm


Get tickets now at www.shenyun.com/gta
Presenter Hotline:1-855-416-1800
info@torshow.com



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On Thursday, May 12th from noon to 2:00pm at Yonge-Dundas Square, we invite the men and women of Toronto to show some swagger in their most fabulous footwear at the 7th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. Get pumped and help raise awareness and funds for White Ribbon, the world's largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women.
Get a pair and join in the world’s biggest walk in support of White Ribbon and the women you love (rain or shine). To register for the event, and for more information, visit Walkamileinhershoes.org.



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On Thursday, May 21st from noon to 2:00pm at Yonge-Dundas Square, White Ribbon invites the men (and women) of Toronto to show some swagger in their most fabulous footwear at the 6th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. Get pumped and help raise awareness and funds for White Ribbon, the world’s largest effort of men working to end violence against women.
To register for the event, and for more information, visit walkamiletoronto.ca
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The largest of its kind in North America, Toronto's Jewish Film Festival attracts an audience of over 30,000 people and showcases feature films, documentaries and shorts on Jewish culture, heritage and identity. The festival aims to breaks through racial barriers and stereotypes while educating audiences on the diversity of the Jewish experience across the world.



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May 18 to May 19
Oral Biology 2017 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Oral Biology. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Oral Biology. Oral Biology-2017 is going to be held in May 18-19, 2017 at Toronto, Canada. The gathering welcomes members from every driving university, clinical examination foundations and symptomatic organizations to share their exploration encounters on all parts of this quickly extending field and subsequently, giving a showcase of the most recent dental procedures.



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In a country that hosts the most Fringe festivals in the world, the Toronto Fringe shines. First run in 1989 with 4 venues and 40 productions, the Toronto Fringe now has over ten venues, including KidsVenue, and more than 120 theatre companies participating from the province and around the world. Held annually in July.



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May 21 to May 23
Artfest Toronto, in its 10th year, is become one of Toronto’s favorite summer art shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists. Set throughout the cobblestone lanes of the Distillery Historic District in downtown Toronto.
11am-6pm Daily



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What: Operanation: Queen of the Night.
Operanation, the Canadian Opera Company’s annual must-attend arts fundraiser, now a feature of the spring social season, returns to the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts on May 19, 2016. This year’s wickedly indulgent evening will be filled with music, dancing, fashion, culinary delights and visual art, inspired by the iconic villainess in Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Event highlights include a live performance of operatic proportions by rising young stars of the COC Ensemble Studio in collaboration with a contemporary musical artist. Past Operanation performers have included Nelly Furtado, Sam Roberts Band, Arkells, Rufus Wainwright, Austra and Broken Social Scene.
When: Thursday, May 19, 2016
Where: Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W., Toronto
Tickets & Availability: Tickets for the party portion of Operanation: Queen of the Night are $150 per person, available online at Operanation.ca or by calling COC Ticket Services at 416-363-8231.



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Come one, come all to the most exciting show on earth! This Victoria Day weekend, Zero Gravity Circus, dazzling daredevils, amazing acrobats, hilarious buskers and more take over Harbourfront Centre.


HarbourKIDS: The Toronto International Circus Festival
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May 25 to May 26, Jun 01 to Jun 02, Jun 08 to Jun 09, Jun 22, Jun 29 to Jun 30, Aug 24 to Aug 25
Visit OffLimitSports.com to view and choose from 10 adult beach volleyball social tournament weekends.


Beach Volleyball Tournaments
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Enjoy three days of family fairytale fun at Black Creek Pioneer Village! Bring your eye patches and tiaras as we celebrate Pirates and Princesses! Meet interactive characters like Captain Hook, the Snow Queen and more! See if you have what it takes to join Captain Hook's crew at our Pirate School, dance the day away at our Royal Ball and let loose in our Bouncy Castle! Don't forget our Village-wide treasure hunt!


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Featuring extraordinary circus artists from around the world, the Toronto International Circus Festival features outdoor stages, rain or shine.

Visitors to the festival will experience side-splitting comedy, eye-popping acrobatics and mind-bending daredevil stunts! The show features world-class acrobats, unicyclists, fire-eaters, stilt walkers, live musicians, face painters, balloon sculptors and more.


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Capital One Race for Kids is an urban adventure race where you get to compete in a team of four in a race to the finish line, completing 10 challenging checkpoints along the way. An Adventure right in Toronto!

Here's how it works... At the start line, each team will be provided with 10 checkpoint clues which they must decipher to determine the locations of each Checkpoint. Each checkpoint consists of a unique fun checkpoint challenge. When all 10 checkpoint challenges have been successfully completed, teams will be handed the final clue to determine the location of the finish line.

Capital One Race for Kids is in support of Boys and Girls Clubs of Toronto and your participation will help to provide over 28,000 youths and allow us to deliver programs and services aimed at providing opportunities for youths right in your own community.


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Here's how it works... At the start line, each team will be provided with 10 checkpoint clues which they must decipher to determine the locations of each Checkpoint. Each checkpoint consists of a unique fun checkpoint challenge. When all 10 checkpoint challenges have been successfully completed, teams will be handed the final clue to determine the location of the finish line.

Capital One Race for Kids is in support of Boys and Girls Clubs of Toronto and your participation will help to provide over 28,000 youths and allow us to deliver programs and services aimed at providing opportunities for youths right in your own community.



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Location: Evergreen Brick Works & surrounding parklands
550 Bayview Ave. Toronto


Event Details: 1 Km, 3 Km & 5 Km WALK
5 Km competitive RUN
TOT TROT / Kids RUN FOR FUN
(run with your children/grandchildren)


WALK OF LIFE
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This fan-run Anime convention features an extensive program of events and activities, including gaming tournaments, writing workshops, an exhibitors showcase, discussion panels and dances.



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From Tuesday, May 24th to Sunday May 29th, select campgrounds across Canada will help raise funds for Make-A-Wish® Canada. On Saturday, May 28 at 10 p.m. (local time) campers will gather, make their wish and shine their light for Make-A-Wish Canada. You can purchase an LED Wish lantern at participating campgrounds with proceeds benefiting Make-A-Wish Canada.

More information: http://gorving.ca/canada-rv-camping-week/



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Location: The East Don Parkland (located at the Northwest corner of Leslie and Sheppard)
Registration: 9:00AM
Walk/Run: 10:15AM
Distances: 1K Toddler Walk, 5K Walk, 10K Run
Fees: Individuals $25 / Family $50
(Family fee includes registration for 2 adults and children under 18 and HST)
*Registration fee waived if you raise $200 or more
Features: Family Fun Day (popcorn, sno-cones, bouncy castles, games, face-painting, nail art), refreshments (bagels, fruit, Gatorade)
  • EasyTechCare   Address: 105 - 170 The Donway West Toronto  ON  Canada  M3C 2G3



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Fun for the entire family, Gangways Open on Toronto’s Waterfront presented by The Waterfront BIA, is part of the 17th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf, on Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29 from 10am until 6pm along the Waterfront. NEW this year, shop at our Waterfront Artisan Market to discover over 50 top artisans, crafters, chefs and bakers at Toronto’s new Waterfront open-air market. Have your picture taken with pirates as they invade the Waterfront. A wide variety of vessels from Empress of Canada, Great Lakes Schooner Company, Mariposa Cruises, Nautical Adventures and Toronto Brigantine will be open to the public for guided deck tours.
  • T Jerk   Address: 2950 Birchmount Road Scarborough  ON  Canada  M1W3G5



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Canada’s biggest ten-minute play festival is back and it’s bigger than ever! Featuring 16 exciting new plays by a diverse array of playwrights, this festival is Toronto’s only chance to experience the thrilling genre of the ten-minute play. The InspiraTO Theatre Festival kicks off at the Alumnae Theatre for a limited run.

Tickets: $12 - $17
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Electronic Nation is thrilled to announce the return of Digital Dreams Music Festival set to take place at The Flats at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. This year’s edition boasts 3 stages, one House inspired, one Tech inspired and one Bass inspired. These stages will be host to a curated line up of world class DJs.

Digital Dreams is situated minutes away from Downtown Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario. The Flats at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre provides an open air festival environment on its own island. With the beautiful skyline as a backdrop, public transit close to the site and a spacious sandy beach for fans to enjoy. Come experience a culture like no other, dig your toes into the sand and dance into the night.



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Come hang with your friends at the Redpath Waterfront Festival Toronto and the official launch of the TALL SHIPS® 1812 Tour.

Toronto is the only port to host the full fleet of ships together as they travel throughout Ontario during this pan-provincial event that commemorates the bicentennial of the War of 1812.

The excitement will begin at the Opening Ceremonies on June 20 and carry on throughout the weekend until the Parade of Sail finale on Sunday June 23.

Tour the decks and meet the crews of these majestic historic ships! Enjoy live music, dance, interactive theatre, food and urban beach fun along with and a host of other great things to do for adults, kids, families and lovers of all things nautical.
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The Riverside District (Located on historic Queen St. East between the DVP and Empire Ave)
Come and join us for a street festival showcasing Riverside’s family friendly food outlets and unique small town atmosphere. The Riverside District is renowned for its home design shops, heritage architecture, coffee shops, food providores and popular contemporary restaurants. Local eateries will be opening their doors serving tasting plates and musical entertainment in the heart of Queen Street East. Entertainment for young and old will be provided.
Find out more at www.riverside-to.com www.riversidedistrict.eventbrite.com



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GET OUT & GET ART June 4 & 5th, 11:00A.M TO 6:00P.M The Riverdale Art Walk is a free two-day, public fine art exhibition showcasing established and emerging artists in retail spaces, artistsʼ studios and Jimmie Simpson Park and Community Centre. The first outdoor art show of Torontoʼs season, participating artists are selected through an anonymous jury process, allowing for an opportunity to participate in the most affordable show in the outdoor art festival circuit.

More than 170 local artists, both established names and up-and-coming talents, display their painting, sculpture, photography and more for two afternoons in the park. Now in its 18th year in the Riverdale/Leslieville area of Toronto, the festival has grown to reach an audience of over 10,000 art enthusiasts and supporters.

The event is free to the public and a perfect destination for art lovers to see art and buy art.

The Riverdale Art Walk is an initiative of the Artistsʼ Network, a not-for-profit, member-driven, arts organization dedicated to the development of self-sustaining, professional artists. Visit http://www.artistsnetwork.ca/see-art-buy-art/riverdale-art-walk for more information.

Find us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/RiverdaleArtWalk
Twitter @TorontoArtWalks
Instagram @TorontoArtWalks
#RiverdaleArtWalk


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Field Trip, Toronto’s community music and arts festival, returns again this June 4 and 5 to downtown Toronto at the historic Fort York & Garrison Common. Internationally acclaimed artists will perform for thousands of Toronto festival goers as they enjoy diverse culinary dishes and art exhibits. Family friendly program ‘Day Camp’ admits children 12 years old and under for free to enjoy youth-focused activities and performances.



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Celebrating rhythms from around the globe, this annual music fest features an impressive line-up of live local, national and international acts. Drum workshops, dancing, food and craft vendors, kids' activities and a parade of drums are added highlights.
  • Woodbine Park   Address: Along Lakeshore Blvd & Coxwell Ave Toronto  ON  CAN  M4L 1A1



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The Irie Music Festival is a celebration of music, dance, art and culture. Created as a unifying symbol of Toronto's diversity, the Irie Music Festival is an opportunity to promote a greater understanding between the diverse cultures and traditions of our world class city. The Irie Music Festival is a free event.
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Eva’s Home for Life will help support our three youth shelters, providing safe space and shelter for 114 youth a night. A unique home-themed auction experience where guests can bid on a fabulous collection of home-themed items, all while helping to fund the critical services that help homeless youth to live productive lives off the streets.


Eva's Home for Life 2014
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A volunteer-driven organization led by arts and culture-professionals and aficionados alike. The Scarborough Film Festival is an annual six day celebration showcasing the Local, Canadian and World Cinema, with a goal to enhance the Scarborough Cultural Scene through the art of film.


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Clowns, mimes, bouffons, physical comedians and other performers from across Canada unite to provoke, disturb and treat you with that mysterious and delightful art form known as clowning.



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Toronto Tango Festival is a four day celebration of Argentine Tango, with workshops for all levels, practicas, milongas, performances and more.
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Tease your taste buds with a gastronomic adventure showcasing 60 of Toronto’s top chefs and 30 beverage purveyors at the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto Taste is presented by The Daniels Corporation, a supporter of Second Harvest for the past 16 years. Proceeds from the event go to Second Harvest. Tickets are available for purchase for $250 each (with a tax receipt issued for $125).
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Bringing together the city's most celebrated chefs, vintners and breweries, Toronto Taste is the fundraiser connoisseurs anticipate all year. Indulge in 70 amazing gourmet food and beverage stations. Mix and mingle with celebrity chefs in a breathtaking lakeside locale in downtown Toronto.

Proceeds from this exquisite evening support Second Harvest's ongoing efforts to rescue surplus food and deliver it to social service agencies in your community.

Must be 19 years of age or older to attend. Please drink responsibly.



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Get ready for the excitement at this year’s Redpath Waterfront Festival June 20-22, 2014. Check out the action at the 2014 DockDogs® World Qualifying Championships featuring the top canine record holders for distance jumping, height and retrieving. Bring your own beloved pooch to test out their skills on the dock!

Don’t miss the world’s newest extreme water sport at the 2014 Flyboard® North American Championships, where there will be no shortage of adrenaline pumping competition. With points for double backflips, height and dolphin dives, Flyboarding is bigger, better and higher than ever.

Finally, head over to Sugar Beach and unwind at the Toronto Wine & Spirit Festival with a taste of the latest trends, while the hottest new musical talent in Toronto entertains you at the EMERGE Artists Showcase.

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Jun 20
Presenting The Junction Summer Solstice Festival- The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year. You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best the Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.

Celebrate DIY culture, urban interventions, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood’s passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris Wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife. June 20th- noon to midnight experience the magic allure of West Toronto treasure-The Junction!



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The Junction BIA is proud to present The Junction Summer Solstice Festival on Saturday, June 18th from noon-midnight. With over 80 local businesses participating, the Junction Summer Solstice Festival offers exclusive sales and promotions, live music, art installations, urban culture, craft and design workshops, and featured menus. Participate in health activities, interactive performances and demos while enjoying captivating shows by roaming artists, buskers and cirque performers.



From noon to midnight enjoy a variety of family friendly shows, and workshops while meandering down our Laneway Crawl being brought to you by The LanewayProject. Enjoy some curbside cuisine at our pop up parking spot patios’ and taste the best our community has to offer. Stick around and take part in the Junction Jubilee (from the creator of the Junction Flea), enjoy live music or experience our bustling nightlife which includes a late night projection show.



On June 18th - noon to midnight - experience the magical allure of West Toronto's local treasure, the Junction!


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Presenting The Junction Summer Solstice Festival- The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year. You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.
Celebrate DIY culture, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood’s passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris Wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife. June 21st- noon to midnight experience the magic allure of West Toronto treasure-The Junction!
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The Wine & Spirit Festival is a sampling event. Admission includes a wristband to take part in the Festival, an official sampling cup, complimentary seminars in the Wine & Spirit School, live music and more! Guests purchase sample vouchers for $1 each (sold in strips of 5) and samples vary anywhere from 1 to 5 vouchers depending on the price/ingredients of the product/drink being sampled. Sample vouchers can only be sold to guests who are A) wearing a Festival wristband and B) who are also in possession of a Festival sampling cup.

From wine samples, craft beer, and pairing seminars in our Wine & Spirit School, to some of the world’s finest spirits, live music and a waterfront breeze, The Toronto Wine & Spirit Festival is the perfect event to kick off the summer season … a summer solstice.



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From tastings in the original Fermenting Cellar of the former Gooderham and Worts distillery and gourmet fair in the Boiler House, to seminars in tented pavilions on the brick lined paths, this truly is a unique setting for this kick off to summer … a summer solstice.



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Jun 21
North York welcomes Make Music 2013 !
On Friday, June 21, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm, all music-lovers are invited to Mel Lastman Square to play, sing and listen to music for free ! Join the global phenomenon right here in Toronto!



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Known as The NXNE, this festival showcases emerging artists from Canada, the United States and other countries. Musical genres performed have included folk, punk and funk. The event, usually held in June, takes place in clubs, outdoor stages and special venues in the downtown area. A conference unites the movers and shakers of the industry with many budding performers. The relatively new film portion of the festival offers special screenings of new films.



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Live music, a crafters showcase and extensive opportunities to sample authentic Italian cuisine are just a few of the festivities available at this three-day, open-air street festival. The events occur in Little Italy along College street from Bathurst street to Shaw street.
  • Little Italy   Address: College St., between Shaw St. and Euclid Ave. Toronto  ON  CAN



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Celebrating the cinematic works of emerging and established female film-makers, this competitive festival offers screenings, script readings, panel discussions and a gala awards ceremony.



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Combining both sport and ancient Chinese culture, the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race includes races for adults, youth and families. Over 125,000 spectators and participants attend each year to see dance companies, attend workshops, watch an onsite parade, visit the multicultural village, cheer on race teams and more.
  • Toronto Islands   Address: Bay Street and Queens Quay, west of the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel Toronto,  ON



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Jun 28 to Jul 01
This Canada Redpath Waterfront Festival Day weekend, celebrate a new chapter in our history as we officially open the brand new Canada Square with music, dance (lots of dance!), food and spectacular 'Canada Eve Fireworks' presented by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, on Sunday, June 30.


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DOCNOW celebrates the work of graduate students from Ryerson's Documentary Media program. Consisting of video, new media, photography, and installation art; the 5th edition of DOCNOW brings audiences a rich variety of works. All screenings and exhibitions are FREE and open to the public.
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For 10 extraordinary days in June, the vibrant city of Toronto’s stages, streets and public spaces are illuminated with arts and creativity. Luminato is an annual multidisciplinary celebration of theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, film, literature, visual arts, design and more.

For more information on both free and ticketed Luminato events, including dates, locations and schedules, visit www.luminato.com.



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Indulge in a ride full of flavors and taste mouth-watering dishes by the hands of acclaimed chefs from Torontos hottest restaurants. Sip, sample and shop the finest products at the boutique Producers Market. Discover an exciting program of chef demonstrations in the Taste Theatre, increase your knowledge of wines in the Tasting Room, get hands-on in the Metro Master Class, participate in an intimate Q&A session at the Toronto Life Chefs Table and much more.
  • Fort York   Address: 100 Garrison Road Toronto  ON



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Award-winning British feature film COMMON PEOPLE receives its Canadian Premiere at the ReelheART Film Festival on Saturday 28th June at 3pm.

Six stories of disparate Londoners become intertwined when they encounter an escaped parrot in this bittersweet comic tale of love, loss and life in a London park.

Written, co-directed and co-produced by Canadians, this uplifting British film has already enjoyed a nationwide cinema release in the UK and has captured the hearts of critics and audiences alike.

""A positive, life affirming film... plenty of laughs, moments of tenderness and very nicely drawn performances... a micro-budget film with a big heart."
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Jul 02 to Jul 03
What is Islam? What does the Qur'an say? Why do women wear the niqab? This summer, meet your Muslim neighbours in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Live and Open to All interfaith lectures and luncheon for Free! Ask your questions, Get your answers and a Gift at Journey of Faith's Annual conference - “I Belong” 10 am – 10 pm.



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An annual tradition since 1859, this thoroughbred racing event is one on the longest stakes races in North America and features an adrenaline-filled program of Canadian-bred three-year old qualifiers competing for a $1 million purse.



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5 events, 4 parks, 3 days, 2 kilometres, 1 giant party! Come to the Redpath Waterfront Festival and Party on the Promenade as we open Toronto’s newly revitalized waterfront June 19-21, 2015.

The party starts Friday evening with DANCE Pan American Style in HTO Park. Take a dance class taught by celebrity choreographer Jean Marc Généreux. Then show off your new moves as you dance to the sounds of Swing Shift Big Band.

The entire community is invited to join us for the Waterfront Parade and celebrate the newly revitalized Queens Quay Boulevard! The parade will gather at Sherbourne Common as well as Spadina Wave Deck and meet at HTO Park to kick off the Grand Opening as the sun sets. The Opening Show features a celebrity lineup that includes Blake McGrath and Trevor Tordjman and will showcase all the festival’s weekend programming.

The party continues all weekend with entertainment along the Queens Quay Boulevard and Martin Goodman Trail. Enjoy buskers, dance demonstrations, art on the water, parades, live music, a Waterfront Artisan Market, stand up paddleboarding and more.

Head to Sugar Beach June 18-20 for a cheers to summer at the Toronto Wine & Spirit Festival with craft beer samples and wine and spirits tastings. On Sunday, June 21, Sugar Beach kicks off Toronto Pride Week with the Sweetness Pride Beach Party featuring a hot lineup of LGBTQ talent.

Bring the whole family, including the dog, to Sherbourne Common and enjoy the fastest growing canine competition in North America with the DockDogs Championships, presented by PortsToronto. New this year is a PetFest marketplace offering the latest pet goods and the Ultimutts Stunt Dog Show, where you can see amazing pups play the piano, tightrope walk and ride a bike!

Check out all that the festival offers with a free shuttle service along Queens Quay throughout the weekend, courtesy of RBC.

Get ready for Toronto’s biggest party of the summer with Party on the Promenade, presented by The Waterfront BIA. For more information, visit www.TOwaterfrontfest.com.
  • Harbourfront   Address: Queen's Quay, between Bathurst and Jarvis Street Toronto  ON


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Calling all mates! Celebrate Canada Day weekend at the Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by PortsToronto.

Bring the whole crew to RWF 2016 as we welcome back the tall ships to Toronto’s waterfront. Star ships include El Galeón, a Spanish vessel with 6 decks full of history; Draken Harald Hårfagre, the largest and most authentic Viking ship built in modern days; our American friend, Pride of Baltimore II along with local Toronto vessels. The Royal Canadian Navy will also be joining the event with two coastal defence ships, Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships (HMCS) Kingston and Goose Bay.

RWF has lots of other family fun activities and programs including the Waterfront Artisan Market, Ultimutts Stunt Dog Show, Parks Canada, cultural entertainment a grand finale Parade of Sail and much more.


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For ten days in June a number of jazz types take over Toronto's downtown venues to enjoy the music of Toronto's Downtown Jazz Festival. Internationally acclaimed musicians delight the large crowds that flock to one of Canada's largest jazz music events



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Toronto Pride Week is an annual event that takes place in downtown Toronto during the last week of June. The event is one of the largest of its kind in the world and celebrates diverse sexual and gender identities, histories, cultures, creativities, families, friends and lives. The week long festival includes a three-day arts fest, a weekend street fair (including a community fair and market place), a Dyke March and a Pride Parade.



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All-you-can-eat ribs, live music, beer tents, carnival rides, arts and craft shows, kids' activities and a closing ceremonies fireworks show are just a sample of the festivities offered during this annual event.



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Jul 07 to Jul 08
Live Nation and Ink Entertainment Announce Above & Beyond, Special Guest, DVBBS and Steve Angello to headline Bud Light Dreams Music Festival
2 DAY GA AND VIP TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY MARCH 17 @ 10AM ET

In 2017 a new journey begins for Bud Light Dreams. Evolving from the popular Bud Light Digital Dreams, Bud Light Dreams is a 19+ boutique festival experience for a discerning electronic music fan. A new festival with a familiar feel, Bud Light Dreams is a two day, three stage, outdoor, sensorial celebration of Toronto’s music and arts community, taking place on the shores of Lake Ontario.



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Original. International. Anti-Niche. Indie.

When we launched ReelHeART we were steadfast that we would always remain a no-niche festival, inviting “all cultures under one roof” to join us in the celebration of the best in independent film from around the globe.

10 years later, we’ve achieved that. Out of the 80+ niche film festivals in Toronto, ReelHeART still accepts submissions from all genres on our documentary, film and screenplay categories.

Come celebrate 10 Years of First-rate, Fresh Film and Documentaries from around the Globe with Toronto's "Cool Film Festival".

All Premieres. All Week Long. See you There!
  • Cyclemotive   Address: 156 Bathurst St. Toronto  ON  CAN  M5V 2R3


Opening Night program - "Shorts Heard Around The World"
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Art in the Park is an annual one-day outdoor community arts festival that is held in the Birkdale Ravine surrounding the Birkdale Community Center.
Artists will have the opportunity to connect with the community, display their work and discuss ideas and practices.



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Join us at the Live Green Toronto Festival - Toronto’s largest outdoor celebration of all things green!

The Festival will include live performances on stage at Yonge-Dundas Square as well as booths along Yonge Street between Dundas Street and Queen Street.

Join the fun as Yonge Street goes green on Saturday, July 19 from 11:00 am – 8 pm. You can expect the following at the festival:
Green Street Market
Kids’ Zone
Swap Zone
Main Stage Concerts (Yonge-Dundas Square)
Community Stage (Yonge & Queen)
Beer Garden

- See more at: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=f75b073fd17c1410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD
  • Yonge Street   Address: Yonge Street Toronto  ON  Canada



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Discover, shop and play at Toronto's largest outdoor celebration of all things green. Enjoy the green street market, live concerts, CD/DVD/book swap, kids' zone, ecowheels zone, beer garden, buskers and more as Yonge Street goes car-free from Dundas to Queen.

If you're green, be seen at the Live Green Toronto Festival!



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Does your child love LEGO?

Join us... Brickfête - Toronto 2014
A LEGO Fan Festival for the whole family.

BUILD some FUN in our NEW LOCATION!
Delta Toronto East

FREE PARKING

This is a family fun event!
Ticket info here - http://toronto.brickfete.com/toticketinfo

What will we see at the event?

Amazing, jaw dropping, outstanding LEGO creations built by hobbyist.
These unique and detailed builds include...

- LEGO Robots & Mindstorms Creations
- City Layouts with powered Trains
- Space, Star Wars & Scifi Creations
- Art, Architecture & Design
- Planes, Trains & Automobiles
- Historical Buildings and Castles
- Pirates, Steampunk and Vikings
- Mosaics & Sculptures and more...

All made with millions of LEGO bricks...
by hobbyists from across Canada,
and parts of USA, Europe and Australia.


What can we do at the event?

- Enjoy the amazing exhibit at your own pace.
- You and/or your child can build in the "Look What I MADE" area.
- Visit our vendors for unique LEGO or LEGO related purchase, including custom pieces, minifigures, old and new sets.
- Speak with the builders of these wonderful creations, many of them will be onsite to answer your questions.
- Learn about the fun hobby of collecting, creating, discovering and building with LEGO.



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Take in the sights of this unique festival. Enjoy three exciting days of great food, entertainment and guaranteed fun for the whole family. The event will feature live-stage performances with a multi-cultural twist, local vendors and artisans. Kid’s activities include face-painting, craft tables, inflatables, amusement rides and much more. Tempt your palate with the many mouth-watering tastes offered up by local food vendors or simply relax in the beer garden. Come out and have fun.

Location: Lawrence Avenue East in between Warden and Underwriters Road.
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Toronto's Outdoor Art Exhibition is attended by approximately 100,000 art-lovers out to see the work of over 500 artists and craftspeople. The exhibition displays the work of both established artists as well as those who have yet to be discovered. Admission is free and the event occurs rain or shine.



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Toronto Tango Festival is a four day celebration of Argentine Tango, with workshops for all levels, practicas, milongas, performances and more. Explore and enrich your passion for this captivating dance at the biggest Argentine Tango event in Toronto.


Instructors
Alejandro Larenas & Marisol Morales
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Guillermo Cerneaz & Marina Kenny
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Somer Surgit & Jessica Stserbakova
Turkey / Estonia

Gabriel Gaumond & Melanie Bergeron
Montreal, QC, Canada


DJs
Burak Ozkosem
Montreal, QC, Canada

Travis Widrick
Buffalo, NY, United States

Artur Paulo
Portugal

Edmond Bardhi
Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Berenice Gonsen
Toronto, ON, Canada


Live Orchestras
Buffalo Tango Orkestra
Buffalo, NY, United States

Payadora Tango Ensemble
Toronto, ON, Canada



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Jul 18 to Jul 19
On July 18-19, 2015, come celebrate the 43rd Annual Festival of India in the heart of downtown Toronto. The festival consists of an upbeat, colourful parade down Yonge Street (beginning at Bloor and continuing south to Lake Ontario) and two days of celebrations at Centre Island expected to draw close to 40,000 people!

Also, to mark the festival’s 43rd anniversary, a special launch party will be held at Yonge and Dundas Square on Saturday, June 7th, 2015. This pre-festival celebration will provide an enticing preview of the upcoming weekend’s festivities.

The festival is free and open entirely to the public. The biggest highlight is the amazing, free vegetarian feast served to all who attend! The festival will also feature a stunning music, dance and drama showcase, a spiritual yoga festival, a South Asian bazaar, cultural exhibits, a children's area, face-painting, and much more! Find out more at or 1-888-535-FEST (3378).



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Jul 18 to Jul 19
On July 18-19, 2015, come celebrate the 43rd Annual Festival of India in the heart of downtown Toronto. The festival consists of an upbeat, colourful parade down Yonge Street (beginning at Bloor and continuing south to Lake Ontario) and two days of celebrations at Centre Island expected to draw close to 40,000 people!

Also, to mark the festival’s 43rd anniversary, a special launch party will be held at Yonge and Dundas Square on Saturday, June 7th, 2015. This pre-festival celebration will provide an enticing preview of the upcoming weekend’s festivities.

The festival is free and open entirely to the public. The biggest highlight is the amazing, free vegetarian feast served to all who attend! The festival will also feature a stunning music, dance and drama showcase, a spiritual yoga festival, a South Asian bazaar, cultural exhibits, a children's area, face-painting, and much more!
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Located in Marilyn Bell Park, the GWN Sport Regatta attracts the best crews in Ontario and the surrounding area for an action packed day of sport racing.




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On July 16-17, 2016 come join us in celebrating the 44th Annual Festival of India in the heart of downtown Toronto. The festival consists of an upbeat, colourful parade down Yonge Street (beginning at Bloor and continuing south to Lake Ontario) and two days of celebrations at Centre Island expected to draw close to 40,000 people!

Pre-Festival Launch Party!
To kick off the festivities, a Special Launch Party will be held at Yonge and Dundas Square on Sunday, June 26th, 2016.

The festival is free and open entirely to the public. The biggest highlight is the amazing, free vegetarian feast served to all who attend! The festival will also feature a stunning music, dance and drama showcase, a spiritual yoga festival, a South Asian bazaar, cultural exhibits, a children's area, face-painting, and much more! Find out more at www.festivalofindia.ca or 1-888-535-FEST (3378).



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Come join us in celebrating the Annual Festival of India in the heart of downtown Toronto. The festival consists of an upbeat, colourful parade down Yonge Street (beginning at Bloor and continuing south to the lake) and two-days of celebrations at Centre Island expected to draw close to 40,000 people!

The festival is free and open entirely to the public. The biggest highlight is the amazing free vegetarian feast served to all who attend! The festival will also feature a stunning Arts & Culture showcase, dramas, a yoga festival, a South Asian Bazaar, exhibits, a children's area, and much, much more!
  • Toronto Islands   Address: Bay Street and Queens Quay, west of the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel Toronto,  ON
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The Honda Indy Toronto, Ontario's largest annual sporting event, takes place July 12-14 on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place near Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. In addition to world-class racing, the event is a festival of festivals featuring craft beer, food trucks, BMX stunt shows, interactive games and activities, live entertainment, charity events and celebrity appearances.

For more information, visit HondaIndy.com. Follow the Honda Indy Toronto on Twitter @HondaIndy #2inTO and ‘Like’ us on Facebook at facebook.com/HondaIndyToronto

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The Honda Indy Toronto is one of the most respected motorsports events in North America and a key festival on Toronto’s summer calendar. Celebrating 25 years of racing in Toronto, the Honda Indy will be taking place on the streets of Exhibition Place near Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. The festival-like atmosphere will include concerts, exhibits, numerous food stands and interactive activities and games for all ages as well as three action-packed days of speed and professional racing.

Prices range from $50 - $423
To buy tickets go online or call.



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The Honda Indy Toronto, Ontario's largest annual sporting event, returns July 15-17 to Exhibition Place. Race fans can expect three days of action-packed racing and a double-feature format with world-class headliners the NASCAR Pinty's Series on Saturday and the Verizon IndyCar Series on Sunday. In addition to great racing with some of the best drivers, the event features festival attractions for people of all ages to enjoy, including beer gardens, gourmet street food,
interactive games and activities, live entertainment, charity events and celebrity appearances.
Fan Friday returns for a seventh consecutive year to the Honda Indy Toronto.Ontario Honda Dealers will cover the cost of admission for everyone to check out the spectacle and excitement of the event, in exchange for a donation to Make-A-Wish® Canada.


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The Honda Indy Toronto, Ontario's largest annual sporting event, returns July 15-17 to Exhibition Place. Race fans can expect three days of action-packed racing and a double-feature format with world-class headliners the NASCAR Pinty's Series on Saturday and the Verizon IndyCar Series on Sunday. In addition to great racing with some of the best drivers, the event features festival attractions for people of all ages to enjoy, including beer gardens, gourmet street food,
interactive games and activities, live entertainment, charity events and celebrity appearances.
Fan Friday returns for a seventh consecutive year to the Honda Indy Toronto. Ontario Honda Dealers will cover the cost of admission for everyone to check out the spectacle and excitement of the event, in exchange for a donation to Make-A-Wish® Canada.


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The Honda Indy Toronto, Ontario's largest annual sporting event, takes place July 18-20 on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place near Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto.



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Pre-Festival Launch Party!

To kick off the festivities, a Special Launch Party will be held at Yonge and Dundas Square on Sunday, June 7th 2015. A can’t miss event in its own right, the Yonge-Dundas Festival of India Launch Party will feature a cavalcade of activities, attractions and performances, including a South Asian bazaar, traditional foodstuffs, henna tattoos, cooking demonstrations, face-painting, dress-in-a-saree booths, outdoor yoga classes, and more. Also, be sure to hang around towards the evening to participate in an entrancing, interactive mantra concert in which ancient sounds from the east will reverberate and grace the grit and steel of a downtown metropolis.
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The Gem Expo is Canada's Premier show for Beads, Beading supplies and Tools, Gems & Gemstones, Copper and Sterling Silver Findings, Jewellery, Minerals, Amber, Pearls, Glass and Lampwork artisans The show features handmade jewellery from talented artisans and features a large variety of Precious and Semi-Precious stones such as Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Pearls, and many others. Whether you're looking for strands to make your own jewellery, beautifully faceted stones for setting or wire wrapping, or finished pieces with exquisite gems, exquisite mineral samples or interested in the healing properties of Minerals, The Gem Expo has it all.
The Gem Expo is held 3 times a year at the Hyatt Regency on King in beautiful downtown Toronto. The show also supports a local charity through a silent auction at each show. This show’s charity will be supporting Lupus Ontario. For more details on the show and the next show dates, check out www.thegemexpo.com.



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Once a year an international "West-Coast-Swing and Hustle” Event comes to Toronto.The ONLY competitive dance where you enter alone and your partner is randomly chosen for you. For this dance style 16-60 year olds not only dance together they could be partnered together in a competition! A weekend ticket includes 30 hours of classes (beginner to advanced), 20 hours of social dancing and 5 levels of competitions to watch. Want just a taste? Try only a few classes? Purchase a partial day or evening ticket starting from $20.


US OPEN Swing Champions
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The rhythm of world beat, reggae, calypso and big band jazz music fill the air every year in July at the Beaches International Jazz Festival. New to the scene as well as old favourites perform on the crowded yet energetic streets of the Beaches area and KEW Gardens main stage. Admission is free to most events.



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Once again Bloor Street will be closed to vehicles and filled with all kinds of arts, crafts, and fun activities for everyone — children, adults, and families.



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Held over two weeks every July, this culinary event promotes local restaurants through three-course fixed price menu promotions at over 150 eateries across the city.



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The T&T Waterfront Night Market is a unique lifestyle experience that is set to take place at T&T Supermarket and Polson Pier. With more than 160 exhibitors providing an outdoor culinary experience featuring an enticing selection of Asian themed 'street food' including many different types of delicacies for purchase with a number of food booths also provided sampling at no charge. Lifestyle booths include a great variety of retail and services ranging from music, cultural to children's arts and crafts for an all out night market experience.

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Once again Itabras Entertainment Productions will be hosting the Brazilian Summer Festival (BRAZILFEST).

A huge variety of styles of music and dance from all parts of the country, with something to offer for all tastes; rhythms and melodies that reflect the rich cultural heritage of Brazil.



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Beer is the acclaimed beverage at this gathering, which features over 200 products. Lagers, stouts, wheat beers and pale ales can all be sampled. Live entertainment can be heard on all of the three days, and tempting food is available. So come out and toast the brewers of Canada.



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The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) is the first and largest professional league for one of the fastest growing sports in North America. Founded in 2012, they currently have 17 teams playing in 3 conferences in Canada and the United States, one of which is the Toronto Rush. All teams play and compete with mutual respect and integrity, both on and off the field. The AUDL is hosting their 3rd annual Championship Weekend on July 26th and 27th at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, which expects to be an affordable, fun, and entertaining event for all. There will be 2 semi-final games on Saturday at 3PM and 7PM, with the championship game scheduled for Sunday at 1PM. If you are interested and would like more information, visit http://theaudl.com/. You can purchase advance tickets for a discounted rate at http://theaudl.com/championship.



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Join us at the Lovin’ Local Food Fest — Canada 150 edition, a celebration of local & sustainable food & drink in the heart of downtown Toronto.

Featuring some of Toronto’s top restaurants; celebrity chefs; Ontario wine, beer and cider; on-stage battle of the chefs; live music, a family fun zone and much more — the Lovin’ Local Food Fest is a full day of fun, food and celebration.

The Lovin’ Local Food Fest is a production of Live Green Toronto. Follow us on social media (@LiveGreenTO) for updates.

Admission is FREE!

When: Saturday July 29, 2017
Where: Yonge-Dundas Square
More info: bit.ly/lovinlocalfoodfest



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Dress in white and join thousands at sunset for the Lolë White Tour 2016 at Toronto’s Exhibition Place. This incredible yoga happening, dedicated to inner peace, promises to be a uniquely invigorating experience for body and soul. Guided by leading yoga instructors and set to live music, this yoga event promises to make your summer truly unforgettable.


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Now in its fourth season, Cultura is a free weekly Friday night festival in July that celebrates Music, Art, Food and Film. A festival that seeks to reflect the rich cultural diversity of the Greater Toronto Area in a communal celebration of culture, Cultura features unique performers and artists, international street food vendors, creative and interactive art installations and evening film screenings under the stars in Mel Lastman Square - North York's expansive outdoor amphitheatre. For event updates, visit www.culturafestival.ca or www.facebook.com/culturafestival



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Best of Short FIlms, plus screenplay readings of the winning 1st scene scripts!

7pm at the NFB Cinemas


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This festival is over 35 years old and is the largest Caribbean festival in North America. The festival runs for weeks in summer and features a parade, outdoor concerts, king and queen of the bands competition and much more.



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Avast me hearties, the Annual Pirate Festival at Country Heritage Park be dropping anchor. Grab parrots, hooks, and eye patches and get ready to walk the plank ye scurvy dogs. For three days Cap’n William Dampier and his band of playful scallywags be taking over Fort York for high sea adventure, cuisine and fun.

Thar she blows! Landlubbers, sea cap’ns and all who share the heart of a pirate be welcome. The village stages will be filled from morning 'til evening with family friendly shows. There be buxom beauties and wenches on hand, music and comedy, feats of skill and bravery, sword fighting, and buried treasure to hunt.



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Toronto Youth Shorts returns for an 8th year, featuring 44 films in four different programs. ASPIRE TO INSPIRE is the festival’s opening presentation held at the Hollywood Theatre in SickKids. EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED shows how things are not always as they seem. PERSPECTIVES explores media technology with a spirit of curiosity and creativity. PRISMS wrestles with themes of awareness and acceptance.

The festival's films touch on a wide selection of stories and subject matters, including diversity, LGBTQ, women's issues, media, and stories from abroad.

All short films playing at Toronto Youth Shorts are created by local filmmakers in the Greater Toronto and Southern Ontario area aged 30 or younger.

The 2016 festival program includes:
30 Seconds to Ruin a Party Directed by Angelica Libkind
A Cloud To Walk On Directed by Adam Pedersen, Produced by Jamie Dickinson
A Tiny Legacy Directed by Joshua Natev, Produced by Linda Vo
As I Am Directed by Pauline Beal
Away From This Place Directed by Elliott McPeek
Bums! Directed by Robert Stroud, Produced by Asmaa Er-Rouhi
Crocodile Dentist Directed by Andres Derakhshani
Crumble Directed by Ava Young
Damsels in Distress Directed by Raine Bracken
Distance Directed by Roya Edalatmand and Sabchu Rinpoche, Produced by Sabina Lambert
Do Somethin' Directed by Alexander Henry
Don't Shoot The Dog Directed by Jessie Posthumus, Produced by Sarah Quan
Ember Directed by Pierre Wanderweerd
Filter Directed by Leah Lalich and Cait Martin Newnham, Produced by Kira Wakeam, Liam Butler, and Aengus Mulroney
Flush Directed by Maisie Jacobson, Produced by Michael Seater and Paula Brancati
Gamers are Garbage Directed by Peter Yamashita, Produced by Nicolas Giancola
Grow Directed by Annie Amaya
Halcyon Days of Youth Directed by DongLiang Chang
Harold West and His Journey to the Stars Directed by Jacqueline Andrade, Produced by Leo Ashton
Hers Directed by Lily Yang
How to Pick Up Girls Directed by Carly Howcroft, Produced by Adrian Harasowsky
I'm Afraid Directed by Kate Reid
MudDoll Directed by Carri Chen
My Cradle and Tomb Directed by Lina Evans
Picture Day Directed by Josh Wood
Pyaaz Directed by Shant Joshi, Produced by Sabrina Budiman
Quack Directed by Skye Gibson
Rabbit Directed by Evangeline Brooks
Red Circle Directed by Ori Gilboa, Avital Druginin, and Alia Maratova
Salamander Directed by Aidan Cheeatow
Say Cheese! Directed by Brendan Lindsay
Scout & Cash Directed by Caitlin English, Jacqueline Costa, Chris Boyle, and Eric Frank
Severance Directed by Katie Hill, Produced by Cassidy Johnson
Stall Directed by Roman Lapshin, Produced by Dan Laera
Step 1 Directed by Carlee Diamond, Produced by Carissa Di Scipio
Stepping Stones Directed by Adrianna Patar
The Bright Side Directed by Kelsey Ryan
​This Home is Not Empty Directed by Carol Nguyen
Tidal Waves Directed by Kristina Wong, Produced by Adrian Cheung
Through This Lens Directed by Haaris Qadri
Uncle Antlers Directed by Carla Veldman
Wing It Directed by Sara Mota
Wisdom Teeth Directed by Sydni Lazarus, Produced by Ida Jokinen
Zou Bisou Bisou Directed by Jacqueline Levitan, Produced by Kassy Gascho



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The Toronto Youth Shorts Film Festival is a volunteer-run not-for-profit initiative that works to bring a series of events for local young and emerging filmmakers in the Greater Toronto Area to showcase their talent and creations to an audience of independent film lovers. The festival screening demonstrates some of the best cinematic masterpieces this city has to offer made by local emerging youth artists. It features a range of film genres including fictional works, animation, documentary, experimental, and video art.



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Diaspora Book Fair 2015
Venue Address: 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto, M2N 5W4
Contact person: Jennifer Berry
Phone: 416-500-0007
Email: office@diasporabookfair.com
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On behalf of event organizers, Events View Inc., we wish to extend an invitation to attend the 2015 Diaspora Book Fair taking place on August 8, 2015 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Twenty years in the making, the Diaspora Book Fair is a true celebration of literature and the arts. The Diaspora Book Fair, promotes artistic expression from members of the Canadian immigrant and ethnic Canadian, and Aboriginal communities spread across Toronto, Canada and the world.
Diaspora Book Fair Highlights:
 Literary works (poetry and prose) by authors writing of the European, Asian, Middle-Eastern, African, South-Asian, Hispanic, Caribbean, Jewish, Aboriginal, Black, and Multicultural experiences.
 Literary works by authors writing on other genres from the Canadian recent and old immigrant communities.
 Appearances by and greeting sent from a number of community leaders, dignitaries, representatives of governmental, charitable and business organizations.
 Partnerships with non-profit organizations such as Healthy Marrow Canada.
 Free Access to the 2015 North York Festival – a great combination of Music and Reading.
 Coverage of the event via various media (television, radio, online) in several different languages, reflecting Canada’s cultural diversity.
Please visit www.diasporabookfair.com for our event schedule and further information about the book fair.
We hope to see you there at the 2015 Diaspora Book Fair.

Phone: 416-500-0007
Email: office@diasporabookfair.com
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Diaspora Book Fair 2015
Venue Address: 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto, M2N 5W4
Contact person: Jennifer Berry
Phone: 416-500-0007
Email: office@diasporabookfair.com
www.diasporabookfair.com
Inclusive, Convenient, and Unique: All the Fair you need to Book a Trip around the World.
On behalf of event organizers, Events View Inc., we wish to extend an invitation to attend the 2015 Diaspora Book Fair taking place on August 8, 2015 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Twenty years in the making, the Diaspora Book Fair is a true celebration of literature and the arts. The Diaspora Book Fair, promotes artistic expression from members of the Canadian immigrant and ethnic Canadian, and Aboriginal communities spread across Toronto, Canada and the world.
Diaspora Book Fair Highlights:
 Literary works (poetry and prose) by authors writing of the European, Asian, Middle-Eastern, African, South-Asian, Hispanic, Caribbean, Jewish, Aboriginal, Black, and Multicultural experiences.
 Literary works by authors writing on other genres from the Canadian recent and old immigrant communities.
 Appearances by and greeting sent from a number of community leaders, dignitaries, representatives of governmental, charitable and business organizations.
 Partnerships with non-profit organizations such as Healthy Marrow Canada.
 Free Access to the 2015 North York Festival – a great combination of Music and Reading.
 Coverage of the event via various media (television, radio, online) in several different languages, reflecting Canada’s cultural diversity.
Please visit www.diasporabookfair.com for our event schedule and further information about the book fair.
We hope to see you there at the 2015 Diaspora Book Fair.

Phone: 416-500-0007
Email: office@diasporabookfair.com
www.diasporabookfair.com

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The City of Toronto's first Lovin' Local Food Fest will be a full day celebration of local food and drink.
Featuring the best of Toronto's local food and music scene — with Chef Lynn Crawford, chef competitions (you be the judge!), restaurants, food trucks, Ontario wines, beers and ciders, family fun zone, buskers, prizes and more — there will be something for everyone.
Performers on the main stage include Jully Black, The Spoons and Delhi to Dublin.
See what's on the menu and get the full concert lineup at www.livegreentoronto.ca


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North York Festival 2014

August / 9 / 2014

AT

Mel Lastman Square, Toronto.

10 hours of a Family Festival with amazing activities for all (children to seniors).

Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ...,

Free Kid Playground

Food / Beverage / Juice / Ice cream

Free Live Music,

Free Performances,

Free Dance competitions

Free Singing competitions

Dance Groups,

DJs

Magicians,

Fashion show,

And many prizes for everyone.

NYF will be hosting a mix Community, Cultural event titled “North York Festival”.

This annual event will be celebrated on 9th August 2014. "North York Festival" will be held on Saturday August 9th, 2014 at Mel Lastman Square – a renowned venue for festivals and family gatherings at the heart of North York.

The 2014 "North York Festival" is 10 hours of family, fun festival with activities, entertainment, food and fun for everyone.

The 2014’s event includes: a “Kid’s Adventure and Fun Zone”, a designated spot for "Not-for-Profit and Charity Organizations”, Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ..., a “Food", a "Beauty Station", magicians, clowns, live bands, traditional music and dances, Djs, comedy shows, dance competitions and much more …

The “North York Festival” is a free public event.

Mel Lastman Square
5100 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario



START: 12:00 PM TO 10:00 PM

INFO: 416-500-0007

www.NorthYorkFestival.com

www.facebook.com/northyorkfestival



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Title: North York Festival 2015
Date: August 8th 2015
Time: 12 PM to 10 PM
Address: Mel LAstman Square, 5100 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5V7
Venue Name: Mel Lastman Square
Phone: 416-500-0007
Email: office@northyorkfestival.com
Contact Name: Jennifer Berry

TEXT: North York Festival 2015
August / 8 / 2015
AT Mel Lastman Square, Toronto 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto
10 hours of a Family Festival with amazing activities for all (children to seniors).
Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ...,

Kid Playground
Food / Beverage / Juice / Ice cream
50 Free Performances and live music
Free Dance competitions
Free Singing competitions
Dance Groups,
DJs
Magicians,

And many prizes for everyone.

An annual celebration, the North York Festival 2015 promotes cultural diversity in one of the most multicultural cities in the entire world. The event is free to attend and is open to the public. From 12 PM to 10 PM, we plan to pack as much non-stop, fun-filled and safe activities into the event, as we can, for each member of the entire to enjoy.

We want to take festival attendees on a trip around the world without leaving their doorstep with something: Convenient, Inclusive, and Unique.

Our event attracts a number of community members and leaders, local businesses and artists; renews partnerships with non-profit organizations such as Healthy Marrow Canada. The event also delivers live, multicultural performances from musicians, singers, and dancers. We also make available, booths for local businesses, non-profit organizations and community representatives to bring attention their organization’s work with multiculturally diverse communities.

The Festival is promoted annually through coverage via various media channels and forums online, in print, and on-air (TV., radio, satellite) in several different languages, reflecting Canada’s cultural diversity.

The “North York Festival” is a free public event.
START: 12:00 PM TO 10:00 PM

INFO: 416-500-0007

www.NorthYorkFestival.com

www.facebook.com/northyorkfestival

www.twitter.com/northyorkfest




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Title: North York Festival 2015
Date: August 8th 2015
Time: 12 PM to 10 PM
Address: Mel LAstman Square, 5100 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5V7
Venue Name: Mel Lastman Square
Phone: 416-500-0007
Email: office@northyorkfestival.com
Contact Name: Jennifer Berry

TEXT: North York Festival 2015
August / 8 / 2015
AT Mel Lastman Square, Toronto 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto
10 hours of a Family Festival with amazing activities for all (children to seniors).
Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ...,

Kid Playground
Food / Beverage / Juice / Ice cream
50 Free Performances and live music
Free Dance competitions
Free Singing competitions
Dance Groups,
DJs
Magicians,

And many prizes for everyone.

An annual celebration, the North York Festival 2015 promotes cultural diversity in one of the most multicultural cities in the entire world. The event is free to attend and is open to the public. From 12 PM to 10 PM, we plan to pack as much non-stop, fun-filled and safe activities into the event, as we can, for each member of the entire to enjoy.

We want to take festival attendees on a trip around the world without leaving their doorstep with something: Convenient, Inclusive, and Unique.

Our event attracts a number of community members and leaders, local businesses and artists; renews partnerships with non-profit organizations such as Healthy Marrow Canada. The event also delivers live, multicultural performances from musicians, singers, and dancers. We also make available, booths for local businesses, non-profit organizations and community representatives to bring attention their organization’s work with multiculturally diverse communities.

The Festival is promoted annually through coverage via various media channels and forums online, in print, and on-air (TV., radio, satellite) in several different languages, reflecting Canada’s cultural diversity.

The “North York Festival” is a free public event.
START: 12:00 PM TO 10:00 PM

INFO: 416-500-0007

www.NorthYorkFestival.com

www.facebook.com/northyorkfestival

www.twitter.com/northyorkfest

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Toronto Summer Music Festival celebrates the unrivaled cultural phenomenon that swept turn of the century Paris, known as La Belle Époque. A showcase of great musical works performed by some of today’s most exciting artists including LOS ANGELES GUITAR QUARTET, GRYPHON TRIO, THE MINIMALIST DREAM HOUSE PROJECT and more. Under 35? Mainstage tickets are just 20 bucks!



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Cycle, Jog, or Walk Your Way to Better Health. Can-Fit-Pro welcomes you, the health and wellness enthusiast to our annual Consumer Fitness and Wellness Show!
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North York Festival 2014

August / 9 / 2014

AT

Mel Lastman Square, Toronto.

10 hours of a Family Festival with amazing activities for all (children to seniors).

Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ...,

Free Kid Playground

Food / Beverage / Juice / Ice cream

Free Live Music,

Free Performances,

Free Dance competitions

Free Singing competitions

Dance Groups,

DJs

Magicians,

Fashion show,

And many prizes for everyone.

NYF will be hosting a mix Community, Cultural event titled “North York Festival”.

This annual event will be celebrated on 9th August 2014. "North York Festival" will be held on Saturday August 9th, 2014 at Mel Lastman Square – a renowned venue for festivals and family gatherings at the heart of North York.

The 2014 "North York Festival" is 10 hours of family, fun festival with activities, entertainment, food and fun for everyone.

The 2014’s event includes: a “Kid’s Adventure and Fun Zone”, a designated spot for "Not-for-Profit and Charity Organizations”, Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ..., a “Food", a "Beauty Station", magicians, clowns, live bands, traditional music and dances, Djs, comedy shows, dance competitions and much more …

The “North York Festival” is a free public event.

Mel Lastman Square
5100 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario



START: 12:00 PM TO 10:00 PM

INFO: 416-500-0007

www.NorthYorkFestival.com

www.facebook.com/northyorkfestival



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The Pilaros Taste of the Danforth is one of Toronto's signature events, showcasing the best our multicultural city has to offer - from mezes to dim sum, from world folk music to children's games - but with a very special emphasis on the Hellenic food and culture that make Greektown a year-round destination.



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This is our 6th annual ride for sickkids. Over 500 bikes come from everywhere to support this cause. We depart Mackie Harley Davidson @10am. Register on line for $40 ride day $50. Includes light breakfast full lunch prizes and ride tshirt. We raffel off a brand new Harley. Every rider gets a ticket. Get additional tickets for every $100 raised. Sponsorship sheet available on line. Www.rideforsickkids.com
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Ride for Sickkids (Motorcycle)
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Held at Toronto's Rexall Centre, the Rogers Cup is a top tier ATP and WTA tennis tournament that regularly draws the world's top professionals. Past winners of this tennis tournament include Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and John McEnroe.



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The Toronto Food Fest Show, brings entertaining, cooking and lifestyle together, in an inspired show not yet seen in Toronto. In the tradition of legendary food shows around the world, Toronto Food Fest Show will tantalize the taste buds with decadent foods and drinks; and showcase the highest levels of food art.


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Dental Medicine-2016 (CME Accredited)is an uncommon occasion intended for International Dental and Oral well-being experts to encourage the dispersal and use of exploration discoveries identified with oral well-being and the collaborations in the middle of oral and systemic well-being. The conference is going to be held in Toronto, Canada from August 08-10, 2016. The subject of the social occasion is around "Meeting the growing demands of the evolving world of dental science".


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TORONTO’S GLOBAL TRADE INVESTMENT EVENT
Attend Toronto’s Global Trade Investment Association event and meet 250 to 300 business owners, CEO’s and top executives of small to mid-sized businesses, as well as international business leaders, ambassadors and consul generals.
Hosted in a separate exclusive VIP Lounge on the second floor of the beautiful ATLANTIS venue overlooking Lake Ontario and the Toronto skyline, presenters include Minister of International Trade, the Honourable Michael Chan and Consul Generals of eight countries, sharing valuable business and investment insights.
The event includes a VIP Reception. Sponsored by Canadian International Real Estate Marketplace, Mills & Mills LLP Barristers & Solicitors, Landmark Capital Inc, Liquid Capital, Litan International Investment & Trade Ltd., Meridian Credit Union, FMP Mortgage Investments Inc. and Steam Whistle Brewing.
Tickets: www.GTIAevents.ca



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TORONTO’S GLOBAL TRADE INVESTMENT EVENT
Attend Toronto’s Global Trade Investment Association event and meet 250 to 300 business owners, CEO’s and top executives of small to mid-sized businesses, as well as international business leaders, ambassadors and consul generals.
Hosted in a separate exclusive VIP Lounge on the second floor of the beautiful ATLANTIS venue overlooking Lake Ontario and the Toronto skyline, presenters include Minister of International Trade, the Honourable Michael Chan and Consul Generals of eight countries, sharing valuable business and investment insights.
The event includes a VIP Reception. Sponsored by Canadian International Real Estate Marketplace, Mills & Mills LLP Barristers & Solicitors, Landmark Capital Inc, Liquid Capital, Litan International Investment & Trade Ltd., Meridian Credit Union, FMP Mortgage Investments Inc. and Steam Whistle Brewing.
Tickets: www.GTIAevents.ca



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The Toronto Summer Music Festival features Canadian and international artists in a series of chamber music concerts as well as master classes, lectures, exhibitions and workshops.



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12th ANNIVERSARY SUMMER NETWORKING BASH
Join up to 1,300 business owners and professionals at the 12th Anniversary Summer Networking Bash on Wed, Aug 13 from 12:30-9 pm at ATLANTIS, Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto. The summer’s largest business networking event features afternoon business workshops with America’s Small Business Expert Bill Walsh, an evening business networking reception along with a business trade show and the Constant Contact Social Media Hub. Tickets are $45 online or $60 at the door: www.SummerNetworkingBash.com #snbto

Summer Business Networking Bash

Date: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

Time: 12:30 – 5 pm Business Marketing Workshops
5 - 9 pm Business Networking * Business Trade Show
Location: ATLANTIS, Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, M6K 3B9

Tickets: Advance $45; $60 at the door

Register: http://www.SummerNetworkingBash.com
T: #snbto
F: Facebook: facebook.com/summernetworkingbash
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With proud and honor, we are glad to welcome you to the CME & CPD Accredited 7th International Conference on Dementia & Care Practice happening in August 14-16, 2017 at Toronto, Canada.

Our aim is to probably unite brilliant personalities to give talks that are thought centered, and on an extensive variety of subjects associated with Dementia & Care Practice, to encourage learning, motivation and ponder – and incite discussions that matter.

Special Features:

o Claim CPD Credits by CPD Standards Office, UK
o Claim CME Credits Approved by AMA & ACCME
o IOCM Certificate
o Abstracts will be published with DOI number by Cross Ref
o Live Streaming of the gathering
o Get worldwide acknowledgement to your profile and Research
o Publish your compositions in the particular supporting International Journals
o Group Registration Benefits


Dementia Care 2017: Exploring dementia & Care Practice approaches in depth
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Hypertension-2016 is an international platform for presenting research about Hypertension and related concepts, sharing alternative ideas about the severe cardiovascular risk factor, thus contributing to the dissemination of information about the trouble for the welfare of the society.
The conference aims to provide an opportunity to share knowledge, expertise along with unparalleled networking opportunities between a large number of medical professionals like Directors, Heads, Deans, Professors, Scientists, Researchers, Cardiologists and Writers of the Hypertension or Cardiology and related departments, Founders and Employees of the related companies, Associations, Organizations, Laboratory members and Young researchers working in the field of hypertension treatment and management. This conference mainly focuses on spreading the awareness about challenges in this field and how to prevent and manage hypertension.
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Join + 800 small business owners and professionals at the 11th Anniversary Summer Networking Bash on Wed, Aug 14 from 12:30-9 pm at ATLANTIS, Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, M6K 3B9. The summer’s largest business networking event features afternoon business workshops, and evening business networking along with a showcase of business owners and the Constant Contact Social Media Hub. Tickets are $35 online or $50 at the door: http://www.biznetworknews.com #sbto2013
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Are you ready to Unleash Your Inner Pup this August?

The Toronto Humane Society’s walk-a-thon fundraiser – Paws in the Park® – takes place on August 14th at Woodbine Park in Toronto!

Paws in the Park® has been a staple in our community for years, and this year's event is sure to be the biggest yet! We've got extraordinarily delicious food for all participants, primping for your pooch, a pet photo booth, celebrity guests, shopping in our Vendor Village, face painting and so much more!

As our largest annual fundraising event Paws in the Park® provides a significant portion of our annual operating expenses and helps us keep our doors open for the next animals in desperate need of our assistance.

On top of supporting a great organization and enjoying a summer day outside with family and friends, we’ve got fantastic prizes, and great food and entertainment in store for all of our participants!
  • Woodbine Park   Address: Along Lakeshore Blvd & Coxwell Ave Toronto  ON  CAN  M4L 1A1


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The International Street Festival is a family celebration of Toronto’s diversity. The festival showcases top entertainment and cuisine from the Caribbean, Italian, Portuguese, and Latin communities and many other ethnic cultures.

The International Street Festival continues to demonstrate the diversity of Toronto’s neighbourhoods through performances by internationally acclaimed bands and award winners. The rhythms of Jazz, Dance, Latin Fusion, Reggae, Ska, Gospel, and Italian performers along with comedians, magicians and acrobatics will continue to thrill the festival attendees in Toronto with their skills.

It takes place along Eglinton Avenue West from Marlee Avenue to Dufferin Street and it is the largest summer event in the North York community!



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The annual Bloorcourt Arts and Crafts Street Fair will be held from 12pm to 11pm, rain or shine, on Bloor Street West between Shaw Street to Dovercourt Road.

This Free, family-friendly event will feature:

A marketplace of arts & craft vendors from 11am to 7pm
Musical entertainment and martial arts demos
A live wrestling match
A games and ride area all day long
Sidewalk sales by local businesses
Extended patios at local bars and restaurants until 10pm
A kids zone in Irene Parkette from 1pm to 5pm.


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A showcase of regional, national and international rock, punk and alt-rock acts are featured at this annual outdoor concert event.



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This theatre festival offers a delightful mix of live productions and special events. Held in August, the productions are from various local companies.



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The Warriors' Day Parade, the longest-running parade of its type, celebrates over 90 years of honouring our Veterans and members of the Canadian Armed Forces. The Parade will be held at The Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. The Parade reminds Canadians to remember the sacrifices of our Veterans and members of Canadian Armed Forces. All military and para-military contingents are welcome to march in the parade. The public are invited to join us as spectators to participate in this spectacular and historic event. Support Canada's Veterans and Troops!
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The 8th Annual York-Eglinton International Street Festival is one of Toronto’s must-see events. Created to showcase Toronto’s diverse community, the International Street Festival features live musical performances from local talent, salsa dance demonstrations and instruction, a street-level carnival, countless food vendors, an exotic animal petting zoo, and amazing sales offered by community businesses.
This is a free festival and is open to everyone, including families with small children and pets. As an added bonus, Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby characters will walk-around and available for photo opportunities during the festival.
The event features one-kilometer full-street-closure along Eglinton Ave. W. from Marlee Ave. to Dufferin St. with an expected attendance of over 25,000 and is now the largest summer event in the North York Community.
The festival will take place August 15 from 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and August 16 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. For more information, please visit www.InternationalStreetFest.com or call 416.789.1835.



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The York-Eglinton International Street Festival offers everyone a day of hot music and fun activities.
Something for everyone, this year promises to be bigger and better than all other years!
You don't want to miss this!


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York-Eglinton International Street Festival is a family event that aims to celebrate the cultural diversity of the community that includes Caribbean, Italian, Portuguese, Latin and more. This event will include live music performance, dance demonstration, street level carnival, countless food vendors, amazing sales offered by community businesses and much more fun.
It is open to the public.



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City Chase is a one-day Amazing Race where teams of two race around the city to find hidden challenges that will test both body and mind.

Push your body, challenge your mind, face your fears and have a barrel of laughs doing it! Canada’s largest Urban Adventure Race is coming to Toronto on August 20th. The GoodLife Fitness City Chase is more fun in 6hrs than you’ll have all summer. So hurry up and push the button already. Register now!



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Join Evergreen Brick Works in celebrating another year of wild family fun at the 7th annual Wild Blueberry Festival: enjoy a full day of activities showcasing this super berry native to North America, with exciting foods, drinks, chefs, demos, live music, art and more than 30 different wild blueberry dishes and products.

Sample wild blueberry treats at the weekend Farmers’ Market, and try a wild blueberry beer.

Crown this year’s winners at the Best of the Wild Blueberry Festival by purchasing a tasting ballot for the People’s Choice Award. At the Wild Blueberry Main Stage, learn about production, nutrition, and seasonal cooking tips from the experts.

You can also get social at the wild blueberry welcome booth with WBANA.
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Get ready to perfect your marketing plan with a single event. For one day only, industry leaders and marketing experts from all around North America will come together to share their secrets. Expect to see keynotes, a full stack panel, a fireside chat and worksheets concentrating on search, social advertising, content marketing, growth hacking, landing pages, inbound marketing, conversion optimization, ppc advertising and digital marketing. You'll walk away with actionable advice which you can immediately implement into your marketing efforts.


InboundCon 2015
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The Coconut Festival will provide and share the knowledge of the usage and healthy benefits of the coconut to Canadians, as well as, to uplift our community as well as the lives of the coconut farmers across the world.

The event will showcase local businesses, brands, products, chefs, doctors, speakers and farmers that continuously cultivate and expand the world of health and wellness through the usage of coconuts. Various cultural communities will join us to celebrate this much-awaited event.

The coconut industry has been around for a long time and it has created a very large market both internationally and locally. Numerous businesses use coconuts as part of its main product and is building an ever-growing audience that continue to learn more about it.


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Sponsored by the Wild Blueberry Association of North America (WBANA)

In celebration of August as wild blueberry month and featuring our favourite bright blue berry, Evergreen Brick Works is hosting its 5th Annual Wild Blueberry Festival. From tasting to storytelling, children’s baking workshops to making wild blueberry salsa, enjoy a full day of family activities around this super berry, native to North America.
Taste and purchase wild blueberry products at the Sunday Seasonal Farmers’ Market. Enjoy the WILD inspired BRUNCH and sip Ontario Blueberry Mead, Blueberry wine and other berry-related drinks.
Purchase a ballot to participate in the Wild Blueberry Pie Bake-off! Sample the chefs’ wild creations to help determine two lucky winners of the People’s Choice Award. New this year: try a gluten-free wild blueberry pie.
Win a wild blueberry gift! Walk, bike or take the free shuttle to the Wild Blueberry Festival and be entered to win one of many wild blueberry gifts.
Activities include:

Wednesday, August 20
• Wild blueberry Pizza night with Libretto

Thursday, August 21
• Evergreen Children’s Camp will be making a wild blueberry popsicle

Friday, August 22
• Evergreen Children’s Camp will be making a wild blueberry crumble

Sunday, August 24
• Craft Beer and Cider Garden: sip and savour Ontario’s berry creations
• Taste Education Table: taste and learn about wild and cultivated blueberries
• Adult wild Canning Workshop: join James Partanen, cannery coordinator at the West End Food Co-op, to learn how to make Wild Blueberry Lemon Salsa
• Children’s wild blueberry activities: Chef Donna Dooher, celebrated cookbook author and restaurateur, leads a fun and interactive workshop baking with the wild super fruit
• All day tasty wild blueberry dishes from chef Brad Long at Café Belong
• Live music from Honeyrunners and other special guests
• Garden Market Talks
• WILD Blueberry Pie Bake off
• Children’s activities in Chimney court include storytelling, face painting, and pie in a jar family fun



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A multi-event celebration of Philippine heritage and culture, this festival features an array of activities to please all ages. Live performances, culinary exhibits, art installations, a kids play zone and an exhibitors showcase are just a sample of the offerings available.



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One of North America's premier film events. The Toronto International Film Festival attracts world wide attention and many of the 'movers and shakers' in the movie industry. The festival is held at a variety of venues throughout the city.



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OMICS International is pleased to announce its annual conferences in 2015 and 2016. One of the premier annual conference is Radiology and Imaging Meeting.
The conference throws light on thought provoking topics and recent research in the field of Radiology and Imaging like, Acquisition of Radiological Images, Advances in Imaging, PET/MRI versus PET/CT Hybrid, Quality in Radiology, Medical Imaging, Spine Tumor Imaging, Imaging Techniques, Radiation Therapy in Cancer, Imaging Probes, Chemistry and Reporter Genes, Imaging Technology, Methodology and Software, and many more. Open Minded International Conferences (OMICS) are determined to put forth a platform for eminent personalities to share their expertise and research at Radiology and Imaging, Toronto, Canada.
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Ashkenaz builds and unites the diverse and dynamic Jewish communities from across Canada and around the world. Dance to Klezmer and Middle-Eastern music, kvetch with the best at special workshops, indulge in Kaballah Yoga, and binge on Bubbe's blintzes and bagels. Admission is free (some events are ticketed).



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Grey to Green is at the cutting edge of design and policy practice, and will showcase more than 75 leading thinkers and doers across a diverse range of fields which reveal the intersection of health and living green infrastructure. The multi-disciplinary program is packed with fantastic project case studies, useful design and analytical tools, and cutting edge research.

Grey to Green, located in the heart of downtown Toronto this summer, featuring fantastic tours, training courses and networking opportunities, is an event not to be missed!

Visit http://greytogreenconference.org for more information!



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9:30 am to 1 pm

Join us in our mission to raise PKD awareness and funds for critical Canadian research! Stay after the Walk and enjoy live music, face-painting and a delicious complimentary BBQ. Bring your friends, family and co-workers out for this incredible event and make a cure your finish line!



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Held Thursday evenings over the summer months, this innovative event combines film and music for an evening of open-air entertainment that promotes local talent and supports the Toronto indie film community. In the event of rain, film screenings will be moved indoors.



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It’s our pleasure to welcome you to the 3rd International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia during August 31 - September 02, 2015. Dementia-2015 would lay a platform for the interaction between experts around the world and aims in accelerating scientific discoveries. The main theme of the conference is " Diagnosis Approaches of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease"


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Sep 01 to Sep 30
Diabetes Hope Foundation (DHF) is devoted to assisting youth who are living with diabetes. Our commitment is to create a life without limits for these youth and help each of them achieve their full potential in education, self-management and future independence through our community initiatives: Scholarship and Mentorship Program, Transition Workshops and Diabetes Aboriginal Youth Retreats. We help youth and their families overcome the day to day challenges associated with having diabetes. People of all ages, friends, family, donors, alumni and community partners are invited to register online and participate by virtually walking and fundraising
throughout the month of September in support of Diabetes Hope Foundation Programs.


Diabetes Virtual Wak for Hope
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Canada's most acclaimed environmental film festival addresses themes from urban alleyways to natural wilderness in genres that include documentary, animation, dramatic features and shorts.
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An annual event since 1986, this trade show showcases a broad range of natural health and green living solutions and features guest lectures and assorted product demonstrations. Health products, alternative health therapies, gifts, natural foods and eco-friendly living solutions are featured.



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This chic black-tie event supports Toronto’s Public Library. Walk the red carpet, sample celebrity chef creations, mingle with celebrity guests, dine with a famous author and view a novel-inspired fashion show by some of Canada's top designers. Group tables as well as individual tickets are available.



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Sep 04, Sep 07
Artfest Toronto, in its 8th year, is emerging as one of Toronto’s favorite summer art shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists. Set throughout the cobblestone lanes of the Historic Distillery District in downtown Toronto.



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Artfest Toronto, in its 10th year, is become one of Toronto’s favorite summer art shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists. Set throughout the cobblestone lanes of the Distillery Historic District in downtown Toronto.

Sept 2-5 2016 (Labour Day Weekend)
11am to 6pm daily



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CALL FOR ARTIST SUBMISSIONS
Open to artists working in the following Catergories
Acrylic/Watercolour/Drawing
Printmaking/Mixed Media
Photography/Sculpture

CASH PRIZES - GREAT EXPOSURE
DETAILS AND SUBMISSION LINKS ON OUR WEBSTIE
WWW.TWAC.CA

Exhibition held at the CNE in Toronto August 19th-September 5th, 2016

Submissions accepted until June 30, 2016


CALL FOR ARTISTS SUBMISSIONS - JURIED ART EXHIBITION IN TORONTO
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Held in conjunction with the Canadian National Exhibition, this spectacular air show showcases aerial exhibits from groups in Canada, the United States and beyond. Performing over Lake Ontario near the CNE grounds, the three-day event is ideal for all ages.
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Held in Mel Lastman Square over the Labor Day weekend, this cultural celebration showcases Hispanic dance and music at its best. Local and international performers take the stage in a lively and colorful spectacle for all ages. A children's showcase is also featured.



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Every summer, for 4 days and nights, the streets of the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood come to life with laughter, cheering, applause and flames when some of the best street performers from around the world gather for the Toronto International BuskerFest. Contortionists, comedians, clowns, magicians, musicians, acrobats, aerialist artists, daredevils and so many more, all strut their stuff to the delight of crowds of all ages.

Admission is by donation to Epilepsy Toronto.

Playing in the street has never been so much fun!


BuskerFest celebrates it's 10th anniversary in 2009!
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Introduced in 1879, the Canadian National Exhibition is one of the largest fairs in North America. For an eventful 18 days each summer, visitors and locals can enjoy the exhilaration of midway rides and games, hear exceptional band concerts and observe the various shows and displays. The CNE is located on the shore of Lake Ontario and is easy to access by public transit or automobile.



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Take a free Historical Walk in Riverside. Join us in exploring the Historic part of Queen Street East between the DVP and just past Degrassi. Riverside Toronto has a rich history dating back to the late 1700s. The Queen Street Bridge over the Don River was one of the few crossings, making Queen Street the main East-West artery of Toronto. Get the details on some of the oldest buildings in Toronto to insider info on local anecdotes that make the Riverside a district steeped in stories.
  • Queen Street East   Address: Pape Street east to Jones Avenue Toronto  ON  Canada



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Regarded as the largest event of its kind in North America, the Vegetarian Food Festival gives audiences an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy a diverse cross-section of vegetarian cuisine and shop from over 100 vendors.


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Both the Fall and Winter shows provide a wealth of ideas and solutions for all wedding budgets. Scores of vendors show off their products and services that will contribute to the perfect wedding day. Every aspect is covered, and there are fantastic door prizes.



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Toronto's premier dragon boat event at Marilyn Bell Park. Over 5000 participants competing in what has become the can't miss event of the year.



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True to its roots, Taste of the Kingsway is going English! Robert Home Smith, founder and architect of the Kingsway, envisioned the area to be “a little bit of England far from England."

At the three day festival, you’ll sample world class cuisine, enjoy live music, buskers, crafters, fresh food markets, midway rides and the biggest dog show in Etobicoke!

For a full festival lineup, please visist www.kingswaybia.com/taste-of-the-kingsway or our Facebook page Facebook.com/KingswayBIA.



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The annual Fall Festival held along Bloor Street W. (from Prince Edward Drive to Montgomery Rd) is a food & entertainment extravaganza for the whole family.

Beer gardens, 2 grand stages with non-stop entertainment, a Culinary Market/Theatre featuring Celebrity Chefs,Midway Rides, the biggest Dog Show in Etobicoke, Artisan & crafter pavilions, clowns, face painters, auto show, Charity Pancake Breakfast in support of Out of The Cold and so much more!
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Own your own business, make more money! Canada's largest Franchise Expo returns September 10th and 11th at the International Centre. Attend this two-day event and meet face-to-face with representatives from top franchise concepts who want to expand or develop in your area. For more information, visit www.franchiseshowinfo.com


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Sep 18
Calling all superheroes! FunWalk is the Adoption Council of Ontario’s annual fundraiser. It’s also a family fun event including themed carnival style games, prizes, activities and food. New this year: costume contest, come dressed as your favourite hero or villain. Funds raised through this event will Invest in Building Families in Ontario. Whether you have been touched by adoption, or you’re just looking for a fun, affordable way to spend your Sunday, all are welcome!
  • Riverdale Farm   Address: 201 Winchester St Toronto  ON  M4X 1B8


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Sep 18 to Sep 19
We are glad to welcome all the interested participants to Annual Conference Heart Diseases during September 18-19, 2017 at Toronto, Canada. Heart Diseases 2017 welcomes the Cardiologists, Cardiac surgeons, physicians, research scholars, industrial professionals and student delegates from cardiology and healthcare sectors to be a part of it.
Heart Diseases 2017 will be an initiative to find the weapon to fight against the dreadful Heart Diseases, to protect and save lives. The conference is designed to give different knowledge and ideas that will keep cardiac experts side by side issues influencing the counteractive action, determination and treatment of cardiovascular disease. It will spread awareness against the precaution and prevention of Heart Diseases.


Heat Diseases 2017
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Sep 18 to Sep 19
We are glad to welcome all the interested participants to Annual Conference Heart Diseases during September 18-19, 2017 at Toronto, Canada. Heart Diseases 2017 welcomes the Cardiologists, Cardiac surgeons, physicians, research scholars, industrial professionals and student delegates from cardiology and healthcare sectors to be a part of it.
Heart Diseases 2017 will be an initiative to find the weapon to fight against the dreadful Heart Diseases, to protect and save lives. The conference is designed to give different knowledge and ideas that will keep cardiac experts side by side issues influencing the counteractive action, determination and treatment of cardiovascular disease. It will spread awareness against the precaution and prevention of Heart Diseases.

Heart disease is a condition which includes weakened blood vessels, blood clotting in heart and various problems related to structure of its structure. Heart disease is the leading worldwide cause of death, accounting for 17.3 million deaths per year, a number that is expected to increase to more than 23.6 million by 2030.

It is estimates that 50,000 new cases are diagnosed every year in Canada. This is also stated that out of every two Canadian one is suffering from heart disease. The report warns that these numbers are slated to rise as more Canadians survive heart attack, live with heart disease and live longer, in general.


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ARTSIDEOUT is the University of Toronto Scarborough's largest multidisciplinary arts festival. Held annually on the first Thursday of October, the festival features a wide array of works from students of all backgrounds and programs while aiming to present the campus as a hub for creativity and inter-disciplinary innovation.



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Sep 18 to Sep 20
Conference Series LLC takes immense pleasure & feels honoured in inviting the contributors across the globe to attend International Conference on Microbial Ecology to be held during September 18-20, 2017 at Toronto, Canada on the theme “New Frontiers of Invisible Bio Systems " which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.



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BlogPodium is Canada’s conference for design and lifestyle bloggers. With expert speakers and top brands, at BlogPodium participants will find the conversation and collaboration needed to take their blog to the next level.

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Help youth find the mental health care they need by participating in the RBC Race for the Kids Toronto. Choose from three distances: 5k, 7K and 15K. You will get access to expert training tips and we will celebrate your finish with great food, entertainment and festivities. And most importantly, you will be supporting families in need through the Family Navigation Project at Sunnybrook.



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Sep 20
It takes us immense pleasure to announce the conference that 10th American Pediatrics Healthcare Congress which is going to be held during September 20-22, 2017 at Toronto, Canada.
Pediatric Healthcare 2017 conference will focus on the latest and exciting innovations in all areas of Pediatricians and pediatric researchers which offer a unique opportunity for investigators across the globe to meet, network, and perceive new scientific innovations. This year’s annual congress highlights the theme, “New Horizons and latest developments in Pediatrics Health” which reflects the innovative progress in Pediatrics research.
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Sep 20
It takes us immense pleasure to announce the conference that 10th Pediatric Infectious Diseases Congress which is going to be held during September 20-22, 2017 at Toronto, Canada.
Pediatric Infections 2017 conference will focus on the latest and exciting innovations in all areas of Pediatricians and pediatric researchers which offer a unique opportunity for investigators across the globe to meet, network, and perceive new scientific innovations. This year’s annual congress highlights the theme, “Promulgating the innovative challenges and novel technologies in Pediatric Infectious Diseases” which reflects the innovative progress in Pediatric Infections research.
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Tens of thousands of cyclists have taken to their bikes at the RONA MS Bike Tours. Some ride with friends, family, or form a team with coworkers. Some are looking for a new fitness challenge or a different way to see Ontario’s beautiful countryside. No matter why they ride, all participants in the Tours come away with the knowledge that they are making a real difference in the lives of people affected by multiple sclerosis.

The Toronto Tour is perfect for the whole family. Beginning and finishing at Centennial Park in Etobicoke, cycle along scenic bike trails and city streets before returning to the park for a barbecue lunch. What a great way to end the summer!

Join us as we cycle to end MS!



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Walk, run, bike, wheel, or roll all, or part of, the 10km route. Make a donation or collect pledges. Almost 90 cents of every dollar raised goes directly to fund cancer research. This is a really fun community event, with lots of food, bouncy castles, massage therapy, live music, post-run gift bags, and so much more.
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Enjoy a great day of golfing at the beautiful Glen Abbey Golf Club while helping young people successfully making the transition from living on the streets to living independently in the community.

Funds raised from the Evas Golf Classic will help us provide safe shelter, training, counselling, and a wide range of innovative programs and services to help homeless and at-risk youth in Toronto (age 16-24) reach their potential to lead productive, self-sufficient and healthy lives.

Registration includes lunch and dinner



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People who stutter, their friends, and families, as well as other supporters will join together to walk to raise awareness and funds for The Speech and Stuttering Institute. The funds raised will enable The Speech and Stuttering Institute to continue its three fold mandate as a Centre for excellent clinical services provided to any one regardless of financial ability to pay, to educate and train professionals, and to engage in cutting-edge research to unearth some of the root causes of speech problems.
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The Toronto Dystonia Zoo Walk is a family-friendly community event that is designed to raise awareness of dystonia and to support the work of the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) Canada. Participant teams will represent families impacted by dystonia, their friends and colleagues, and local healthcare institutions.

When: Sunday, September 25, 2016
Registration: 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Location: Toronto Zoo (2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7)
  • Toronto Zoo   Address: 361A Finch Ave. Toronto  ON  M1B 5K7


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September 24-25, 2016
Mattamy Athletic Centre (Maple Leaf Gardens), downtown Toronto

Are you interested in working, volunteering, studying or living overseas? Check out opportunities in more than 100 countries at the 2016 Go Global Expo! (www.letsgoglobal.ca)

Taking place September 24-25 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (Maple Leaf Gardens) in downtown Toronto, this FREE event will showcase:
Volunteer-sending organizations, universities from around the world, jobs abroad, non-profit groups, jobs teaching English, internships, adventure travel operators and lots more!
Informational seminars and workshops presented throughout the weekend by experts in the field.
Inspirational keynote speaker (TBA).
Verge Magazine's Travel With Purpose Photo Exhibit.
Drop by anytime over the weekend to speak with exhibitors, or plan your visit to attend one or more of the hourly seminars.

Pre-register online to save time at the door and get a free subscription to Verge Magazine!


For more information, please visit www.letsgoglobal.ca.



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Are you interested in working, volunteering, studying or living overseas? Check out opportunities in more than 100 countries at the 2013 Go Global Expo.

Taking place September at the Sheraton Centre in downtown Toronto, this FREE event will showcase:
• Volunteer-sending organizations, universities from around the world, jobs abroad, non-profit groups, jobs teaching English, internships, adventure travel operators and lots more!
• Informational seminars and workshops presented each hour by experts in the field.
Drop by to speak with exhibitors, or plan your visit to attend one or more of the hourly seminars.

For more information, please visit www.letsgoglobal.ca.
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Advance Tickets At the Door
Day Rate


$15 HST included
(includes 10 free soup tastings)

$22 HST included
Family Pass for 4
(2 adults and 2 children
per day)


$37 HST included
(includes 25 free soup tastings) $50 HST included
Seniors & Students*
(per day)
*Students must show a
valid ID card. Seniors are 65+; self-declared.


$12 HST included
(includes 10 free soup tastings) $17 HST included
Child 6 years and
under (per day)


$5 HST included
(includes 4 free soup
tastings) $8 HST included
Additional soup tastings are available at $2.00 per serving at the door.

We recommend coming no later than 2:30 pm to be able to enjoy a full variety of available soups. Soup sampling continues to 4 pm.


Sip, Slurp and Savour your way through Soupalicious Toronto 2014!
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Celebrate reading, writing, and literacy at Canada’s largest book and magazine festival: The Word on the Street. Visit any of the 250 book, magazine, and literacy exhibitor booths to discover new writers, new publications, and new talent. Take in readings, ask questions, and get your books signed by almost 200 authors, performers, and storytellers. Enjoy great programming all day at any one of 18 performance venues, which include a Bestsellers Stage, Children’s Activity Tent, and the Wordshop: The Place for Writers. Last year more than 200,000 people enjoyed The Word on the Street; come see what all the type is about!
  • Queens Park   Address: University Avenue & College St Toronto  ON


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This is the country’s largest industry trade show, showcasing products and services from North America and around the world. It features the Canadian Barista Championship and the annual Canadian Cup Taster Championship. This show is for coffee & tea retailers, restaurateurs, foodservice operators, chain operators, and buyers.



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Occurring from sunset to sunrise, this overnight event celebrates contemporary art through an array of interactive outdoor exhibitions at venues across the downtown area. Thought-provoking, innovative and organic art installations are spread over the cityscape for exploration and celebration.
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Powered by GADFLY, TUDS Festival of Urban Dance Culture 4th Edition equals: 3 days filled with professional shows, all-star battles, panel discussions, awards celebrating urban artists and workshops with renowned choreographers. TUDS is where Creative, Active, and Authentic people inspire, share, and challenge each other.


TUDS: Festival of Urban Dance Culture
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Welcome all newcomer participants and veteran supporters of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure. We thank you for choosing to direct your invaluable time, effort, dollars and heart to sharing our vision of creating a future without breast cancer. The Foundation is making a significant impact to reduce the burden of breast cancer through research, education, awareness and advocacy initiatives with your support.
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Canada's largest international university and student travel expo returns to Toronto on September 21, 2013. Meet with top-ranking universities from around the world to find out more about undergraduate and postgraduate programs abroad. Visit our Travel Pavilion for gap year and other travel options; volunteering, work abroad, internships, and adventure travel.
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The Yoga & Wellness Show is for yoga and wellness enthusiasts from across the Greater Toronto Area to gather to learn, teach, shop, discuss and enjoy all things associated with a healthy lifestyle.
There will be vendors big and small to discover. You can shop and discover new products and businesses including, but not limited to: Yoga, yoga in Toronto, gym memberships, healthy nutrition (gluten free), naturopathy, spiritual well being, clothing and accessories, health aids, motivational speaking, meditative arts, aromatherapy, and so much more! A lot of these vendors are from Toronto and the Greater Toronto area, and vendors across Canada are all welcome.
There will be a stage with speakers, yoga classes, and interactive dance classes too. Visitors to the show can participate in any of the classes happening in the stage area for free! Bring your mat!
This is a consumer show open to the public.
Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place.


September 30 - October 2
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Clinical Gastroenterology 2016 mainly focuses on the latest diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for gastrointestinal diseases. This clinical gastroenterology conference discusses the latest research outcomes and technological advancements in the field and brings together leading gastroenterologists, surgeons, physicians, research scholars, students along with industrial and pharma professionals to exchange share their views on critical aspects of gastroenterology research. This gastroenterology conference brings together Presidents and Eminent Personalities to explore opportunities on emerging platforms in the field of gastrointestinal therapeutics.
This year, approximately 20 million people suffer from at least one digestive disorder, we will incur $18 billion in healthcare costs and lost productivity, and thousands of people will die unnecessarily. Digestive diseases are expensive and debilitating. They burden our healthcare system with significant cost and negatively impact our economy. Wait times are growing while resources are shrinking. A significant proportion of digestive disease is preventable and much of it is treatable, particularly if diagnosed early. Given the alarming rate at which digestive diseases are increasing, the life-changing and often devastating impact digestive disease has on people remains largely under appreciated.
. Conference Highlights
• Advances in Gastrointestinal Diseases
• Gastrointestinal Oncology
• Gastrointestinal Surgery
• Advances in Liver Diseases
• Gastrointestinal Immunology
• Clinical Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Diseases
• Endourology- Clinical Update
• Neurourology and Urodynamics
• Urologic Oncology
• Pediatric Gastroenterology and Urology
• Gastrointestinal Tract Imaging

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An amazing music event in the heart of Toronto, Monster Rock Orchestra returns for its fifth year to take you on a face melting roller-coaster of rock ‘n roll and all-time favourite hits from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today. Monster Rock Orchestra is the first concert to add a spectacular laser show to Toronto’s Yonge and Dundas Square. On the evening of October 7, 2016, come out to see a sensational live concert and laser show.

The concert starts with the Mississauga Pops, a 55 piece wind orchestra covering the hottest pop and rock songs from legends like Michael Jackson and Queen. Next up is a sizzling performance from Toronto rock band Last Bullet, inspired by AC/DC, their music is comparable to Theory of a Deadman. The signature act is the love child of the two, an orchestra and rock band that tributes to the best and hottest rock songs ever, Monster Rock Orchestra.

Free for everyone, all ages and music tastes are invited to come out and rock the night at Yonge and Dundas Square.


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Annual "Canada's Greatest Collector's Fall Toy Show & Sale

The largest Toy Show & Sale in Canada with over 200 dealers and exhibitors, this annual toy show is the premiere Fall Toy Show in Toronto. Doors open at 9am and the show runs until 3pm.


Canada's Greatest Collector's Toy Show & Sale
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Oct 18 to Oct 19
Allied Academies established in 1995 has been instrumental in conducting international meetings for 25 years. Allied Academies promotes peer reviewed healthcare information through conferences, scholarly journals, and training to leading academic, business and research institutes across the healthcare and life science industries. Allied academics welcome you to Global Applied Microbiology Conference and Expo at Toronto, Canada during October 18-19, 2017. Theme of the congress is “One platform to gather world renowned Microbiologists” and the main highlights of conference include-
Bacteriology and Virology, Soil Microbiology & Agricultural Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Infectious disease and Immunity, Clinical Microbiology, Veterinary Microbiology, Medical Microbiology, Diagnostic Microbiology, Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Microbial Ecology, Microbial Parasitology, Environmental Microbiology, Protein Engineering and Enzymology, Industrial Microbiology, Systems Biology & Bioinformatics, Water and Marine Microbiology, Biofuels and Petroleum Microbiology, Mycology and Phycology, Microbes In Probiotics, Microbial Nanotechnology and biotechnology, Nematology, Break-through in Molecular Microbiology, Microbial Pathogenesis and Host Response, Perspectives in Microbial Engineering, Biofilms Formation, Bioremediation, Biodegradation, Bio deterioration , Antibiotics, Antimicrobials & Chemotherapy, Antiseptics & Disinfectants, Vaccinology and Vaccination, Entrepreneur Investments Meet.



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Watch films. Make change.
Experience films from around the globe that tackle some of the most important issues facing our world. After each screening, meet activists, members of non-profits and leaders who are making a tangible impact. Visit the Digital Storytelling Zone and explore the power of narrative through virtual reality, gaming and personal cinema.



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For those dedicated to the snow this show covers all that is related with skiing and snowboarding including equipment, clothing, lifestyle information, products, services and travel destinations. Some excellent special deals will be available at the show to kick off winter on the slopes.
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The country's largest grocery industry conference and trade show, Grocery Innovations Canada (GIC), will return to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from September 30 to October 1. Known as the "grocery store for the grocery industry”, GIC 2013 will feature information on products, trends, services and technologies that will shape the world of groceries.

Grocery Innovations Canada is an annual event organized by the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers, the strong and united voice for more than 4,000 independent grocery retailers across Canada. The two-day event attracts more than 5,000 industry delegates and 260 exhibitors and features more than 515 booths.
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One night. 15 cities. 65+ restaurants.
One goal: raising funds to provide healthy food and food programs in low-income communities

What: Restaurants for Change

On October 19, more than 65 restaurants in 15 Canadian cities will join together to donate proceeds from dinner service to support organizations across Canada that bring people together to grow, cook, share, and advocate for healthy food for all. Last year, this event raised $200,000. Funds raised in Ontario this year will support the The Local Community Food Centre (Stratford), the Hamilton Community Food Centre (Hamilton), the Regent Park Community Food Centre (Toronto), The Stop Community Food Centre (Toronto), The Table Community Food Centre (Perth), and Community Food Centres Canada.

When: On October 19, we're asking Canadians to invite their friends to dine out to do good. It's easy to participate: diners visit www.restaurantsforchange.ca to find a participating restaurant near them and make a dinner reservation.

Who: Select restaurants in Toronto (see below for full listing):


● Actinolite, Toronto
● Alo, Toronto
● Ascari Enoteca, Toronto
● Bar Begonia, Toronto
● Beast, Toronto
● Big Crow, Toronto
● Cafe Belong, Toronto
● Edulis, Toronto
● El Rey Mezcal Bar, Toronto
● Fat Pasha, Toronto
● Hawthorne Food & Drink, Toronto
● Mamakas, Toronto
● Richmond Station, Toronto
● Rose and Sons Swan, Toronto
● Rose and Sons, Toronto
● Ruby Watchco, Toronto
● The Drake 150, Toronto
● The Drake Hotel, Toronto
● Union, Toronto



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Planet in Focus is an environmental media arts organization with year-round programming. Our mandate is to produce cultural events that showcase engaging and artistic films that question, explore, and tell stories about the world in which we live. We use film as a catalyst for public awareness, discussion and engagement on a broad range of environmental issues.

Our goal is to enlighten, engage, and entertain audiences of all backgrounds – through film.



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Oct 26 to Oct 27
Allied academies own and operate several academic journals and conferences. Since its establishment 1995, Allied Academies promotes peer reviewed healthcare information through meetings, scholarly journals, and training to leading academic, business and research institutes across the healthcare and life science industries.
Allied Academies has been instrumental in conducting international meetings for 25 years, and very excited to expand in medical and healthcare fields. Previous meetings were held majorly in North American cities like San Francisco, Chicago, Las Vegas and expanding to Europe, America and Asia Pacific continents.

International Surgery Conference to be held during October 26-27, 2017 at Toronto, Canada. The worldwide surgical equipment market is required to reach$12.1 billion by 2020 enlisting a CAGR of 11.1% from 2014 to 2020. The surgical gear showcase has seen noteworthy changes with developing innovation, for example, negligibly intrusive surgeries, surgical mechanical technology and the presentation of force helped surgical apparatuses. These advances epitomize the later and one of a kind head ways in the field of medicinal gadgets and increase the adequacy of surgical systems. Besides, high commonness of perpetual sicknesses and developing medicinal services mindfulness has helped the market development for surgical types of gear. This exploration report is gives stick point investigation of the worldwide surgical hardware advertise, including market gauges and patterns through 2020.

Conference Highlights:

General Surgery and its specialties | Otorhinolaryngology Surgery | Ophthalmic Surgery | Oral & Maxillofacial surgery (OMS) | Endocrine Surgery | Cardiothoracic surgery | Transplantation surgery | Obstetrics and Gynaecological Surgery | Urology surgery | Perioperative Care and Anaesthesiology | Acute Care Surgery | Neurosurgery | Plastic Surgery | Orthopaedic Surgery | Advancements in Surgery

For more details follow the link: http://surgery.alliedacademies.com/


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Dedicated exclusively to leading contemporary art, Feature Contemporary Art Fair brings together artists whose practices are outstanding in their ability to innovate, challenge, and inspire.

For its much-anticipated second edition, Feature will be returning to downtown Toronto, in the historic Joey & Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, owned by the Canadian Opera Company. Building on the last edition’s resounding success, Feature is expanding this year. From October 22 to 25, 2015, the fair will occupy spaces on the first and second floors of the majestic Imperial Oil Opera Theatre and will welcome 30 galleries, each selected by an advisory committee comprised of leading curators and collectors.


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Wines of Chile and the Trade Commission of Chile (ProChile) present their annual grand tasting and celebration of wine and food in Toronto - the Chilean Wine Festival at the Royal Ontario Museum.

An outstanding set of 30 wineries bring Toronto 150 wines for this tasting. In a casual relaxed setting, guests will enjoy tasty catered fare and meet with representatives from the wineries as they sample from an array of red and white varietals. The 2012 tasting will feature three focus tables: Chile: The Natural Choice, Top Wines for Licensees (trade only), and winners from the 9th Annual Wines of Chile Awards.



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BOOMBOX will take guests through a building-wide, multi-sensory adventure at TIFF Bell Lightbox as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series.

TIFF has hand-picked a talented crew of emerging Toronto filmmakers, artists, musicians and dancers, and sent them on a mission to explore strange new worlds; to seek out new life and new civilizations; to boldly go where no one has gone before.
  • T Jerk   Address: 2950 Birchmount Road Scarborough  ON  Canada  M1W3G5



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The Creativ Festival (formerly The Creative Sewing and Needlework Festival) is a must for all crafty people. The consumer show features over 500 exhibits, workshops and demonstrations. Experts are on hand to answer questions and demonstrate all new quilting, sewing, beading, needlework accessories and tools. Held in April at the International Centre by the Airport and in October at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
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Pumpkinfest is a fall themed community event that takes place every year in the Junction neighborhood of Toronto. The event centers around the train platform area, with family-friendly games, crafts, and free pumpkin carving happening throughout the afternoon. Event-goers are also encouraged to walk through the Junction's streets to check out fall themed specials and promotions that local participating businesses are offering that day.



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Boo at the Zoo is a fun, annual event at the Toronto Zoo. Kids 12 and under will enjoy the Zoo's "Pumpkin Trail" to discover trick-or-treat activity stations throughout the Tundra Trek (10am to 4pm) and check out Arctic wolves, foxes and polar bears. There will also be a "Critters and Costumes Parade" at 12 and 2pm daily. Kids are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes.
  • Toronto Zoo   Address: 361A Old Finch Ave. Toronto  ON  M1B 5K7


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The Marketing Revolution Conference and Awards Gala by the Canadian Association of Marketing Professionals (CAMP) will provide a great networking and learning opportunities for Marketing Professionals and Business Owners.

The day full Conference packed with revolutionary topics related to new Marketing trends ends with an optional Awards Ceremony Gala to recognize the best talents in Canadian Marketing.

Register at:
https://www.eply.com/CAMP2016Conference-AwardsGala

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Join us at Autism Laughs, this year's charity event for the 17th Annual Kerry's Place Evening for Autism fundraiser for a night of live entertainment & fundraising, including:

Stand-Up Comedy Entertainment ▪ Live Music ▪ Delectable Fare

Featuring Michael McCreary, Christophe Davidson, and hosted by Kyle Hickey

Silent & Online Auctions ▪ Business Casual ▪ Cash Bar

Tickets are on sale now for $125 each

Doors open at 5:30 pm. Show starts at 7:00 pm



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Explore Mexico and Latin America's most popular cultural celebration through a contemporary lens. Experience roving performances, art installations and more – all to a soundtrack of Mexican music.



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Our events provide you with:
*Great information material in the form of seminars and workshops
*A great platform to network with other women with similar interests
*A chance to get one on one advice from industry leaders and representatives
Increased Business Exposure, if you choose to become a sponsor or exhibitor
*A great overall experience, leaving you wanting to attend our other events and gain more information that can help your business!


Immigrant Small Biz Expo - Toronto
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The National Women’s Show is the ultimate girl’s day out. Whether you bring your girlfriend, sister, mother or daughter you’re guaranteed a fun filled day. With exhibits for shopping, sampling and entertainment we have something for every woman!

For more information, visit www.nationalwomenshow.com



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Entertainment and shopping combine as exhibitors showcase various products and services related with fashion and beauty, wine and food, health tips, career advice, entertaining and home decor, travel and more. Free make-overs, fashion shows, free samples, expert advice and celebrity guest appearances make the National Women's Show the ultimate girl's day.



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Come shop 'til you drop at the National Women's Show. With over 450 exhibits offering food, wellness, beauty, travel and entertainment ideas you'll find everything you need for the ultimate girl's day out! Bring your friends and be entertained by fashion shows, celebrity guests, free makeovers, and cooking stage demos. Ask the experts for advice about hairstyles, make-up and fitness and see the newest things to hit the market for women. Don't miss out on all the fun. For more information, visit www.nationalwomenshow.com.



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The Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of Canada is pleased to announce the 2012 Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair. As the only international antiquarian and collectible book fair in Canada, the TIABF will feature exhibitors from across Europe and North America who will bring a wide ranging selection of books, maps, prints and manuscripts for your perusal - including travel and exploration; natural history, science and technology; children’s and illustrated; fine press and limited editions; modern first editions and signed volumes; antiquarian and incunabula; as well as interesting and unusual books of all kinds. Whether you are an experienced or novice book collector, a librarian or an archivist, a scholar or an academic, or are simply interested in books and the book arts in general, you will find something to your taste.


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8th Annual Open Rhodes Art Show & Sale
Nov. 12th & 13th - 1pm to 7pm

Over 24 local artists showing and selling their art work in an open house/street sale format. Participating Houses will have "Purple Open Rhodes Signs".

The show is always held on the second weekend in Novmeber for two days. Saturday, Nov 12th and Sunday, Nov 13th from 1 pm to 7 pm.

This year, we are raising funds for the East End Children's Centre. There will be a raffle and any donations are greatly appreciated. Several pieces of artwork of participating artists will be raffled.

Artist Raffle will be conducted by Local Officials.

Some of the types of art that will be displayed are:


Digital Art
Fabric Art
Mixed Media
Photography
Pottery
Jewelry
Acrylics, Oils & Water Colours
Lampwork Glass Jewelry


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A huge celebration of the country in the city, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair offers exciting live entertainment and hands-on learning experiences. Agricultural, horticultural, canine and equestrian displays, demonstrations, shows and competitions ensure an action-packed event.



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Participants are going to the mat for Lymphoma Canada, the only national organization solely dedicated to Canadians affected by lymphoma cancer. Join the take it to the mat community for the 3rd annual “take it to the mat,The Great Yoga & Wellness Revolution.” This innovative, pledge-driven event incorporates the practice of yoga, meditation and living a happy and healthy lifestyle. This unique fundraising event addresses the whole mind-body connection, while benefiting patients and their families dealing with lymphoma.

When – Sunday, November 13, 2016
Time – 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Venue – CBC, The Glenn Gould Theatre & Barbara Frum Atrium

Participants pay a registration fee of $50 and raise a minimum of $300 to partake in this wellness journey with some of Toronto’s finest speakers and yoga instructors.

Register today & reserve your mat space
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info@takeittothemat.ca
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take it to the mat is a one-day fundraising event in support of Lymphoma Canada taking place this November. A host of experts in yoga, meditation and health, including MC Bryce Wylde and keynote speaker, Louise Jewell, will join participants for this inspirational day. All participants will take part in a 108-minute yoga or mediation session while also exploring the science of happiness and enhancing their well-being. Last year’s event raised $150,000 in support of Lymphoma Canada and we are hoping to exceed this number this year. All participants pay a $50 registration fee and raise a minimum of $300. More information can be found at: takeittothemat.ca



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The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival is a unique showcase of contemporary Asian cinema. Works include films and videos by East and Southeast Asian artist in Canada, the U.S., Asia and all over the world.



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The Toronto South African Film Festival (TSAFF) is a non-profit event that will present narrative and documentary films that show the rich and complex history, politics and culture of South Africa – films that entertain and inform. TSAFF is a fundraising vehicle of Education without Borders (EwB), a Canadian foundation that supports the development of education in South Africa.



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Celebrity guests, a fine wine tasting lounge, a Food Network stage, a spiritology pavilion and an extensive food and beverage exhibitor showcase are highlights of this annual event, which offers ample opportunities to sample gourmet foods and wines from around the globe.



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With the holiday season quickly approaching, many people are looking to explore new and flavourful wines from around the world. To help introduce Canadians to new varieties of German wines, the 67th German Wine Queen, Josefine Schlumberger, will visit the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo in Toronto.

The event marks Queen Schlumberger’s first official visit to Canada, where she will share her knowledge of the country's appellations at the Wines of Germany tasting bar, featuring more than 15 different wines to sample.

The event marks Queen Schlumberger’s first official visit to Canada, where she will share her knowledge of the country's appellations at the Wines of Germany tasting bar, featuring more than 15 different wines to sample.


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Indie Week Toronto is a musically saturated week of workshops, showcases and performances by artists and bands chosen from hundreds of applicants from around the globe.

50+ acts from all over the world will be performing at various venues in downtown Toronto.
  • The Drake Hotel   Address: 1150 Queen Street West Toronto  ON  Canada  M6J 1J3
  • Horseshoe Tavern   Address: 370 Queen Street West Toronto  ON  Canada  M5V 2A2
  • El Mocambo   Address: 494 Spadina Ave. Toronto  ON  M5R 3G1
  • Bovine Sex Club   Address: 542 Queen Street West Toronto  ON  Canada  M5V 2B5
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Get into the spirit at this two-day holiday extravaganza! Warm up to the sounds of children singing carols at the Lucia Pageant and participate in folk dancing, craft making and more. It is the perfect place to sample delicious Scandinavian food and have a rinkside drink of glogg. Check off your gift list with imported handmade crafts, unique Christmas decor, textiles and tasty Swedish delicacies.



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Toronto's very first Santa Parade graced the streets in 1905. Since then it has steadily grown in extravagance to include a great number of impressively creative and colourful floats and performers. Thousands come to watch and greet Santa as he makes his way through the central city, beginning at the corner of Bloor and Christie Streets to finish at the corner of Front and Church Streets.



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Open to the public with free admission, the European Union Film Festival(EUFF) will feature 30 films from 27 countries.



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Agency Wars V: 24 fighters, 12 fights, One night of Glory Agency Wars is a corporate charity boxing event that recruits the best and bravest men and women from the Toronto media & advertising industries... to step into the ring for charity. They will put their blood, sweat, and tears into a 12-week fast track program that transforms them from agency player to pugilist! They do it for the personal challenge, transformation, and of course a great cause. Proceeds go to the Ronald MacDonald House Toronto and NABS! Come out and see a great night of fights!



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Santa will be paying an early visit to Riverside including Kid’s activities; and a special performance by the Toronto Beach Choral singing your favourite Holiday Carols. The ladies at Mustard seed will be having their annual craft sale and Matt & Ben will be serving warm drinks and treats.
There is MORE…Riverside is also inviting shoppers to SHOP THE NEIGBOURHOOD, and show their support for small business by taking advantage of exclusive event savings and deals.
  • My Clean House   Address: 69 Maria street Toronto  Ontario  Canada  M6P 1W1



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Come check out some of Canada’s best independent Jewellery vendors and Jewellery makers, Precious and Semi-Precious stones from around the world, Beads, Beading supplies & tools Gem Stones, Minerals, Silver Jewellery and Findings, Lamp work artists. Learn about minerals from on site Lapidary, take a class on Jewellery making or watch some live demonstrations. Register on-line for a $2 off coupon. There will also be a “Silent Action” to support the Achimota Centre for Children with Autism.



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The Gem Expo is Canada's Premier show for Beads, Beading supplies and Tools, Gems & Gemstones, Copper and Sterling Silver Findings, Jewellery, Minerals, Amber, Pearls, Glass and Lampwork artisans The show features handmade jewellery from talented artisans and features a large variety of Precious and Semi-Precious stones such as Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Pearls, and many others. Whether you're looking for strands to make your own jewellery, beautifully faceted stones for setting or wire wrapping, or finished pieces with exquisite gems, exquisite mineral samples or interested in the healing properties of Minerals, The Gem Expo has it all.
The Gem Expo is held 3 times a year at the Hyatt Regency on King in beautiful downtown Toronto. The show also supports a local charity through a silent auction at each show. There will also be a “Silent Auction” to support a local Toronto charity. For more info, check out www.thegemexpo.com.

Cost:
$6 per day or $12 for all 3 days, Kids 12 and under free.
$2 off coupon available online

Where:
Hyatt Regency Toronto on King
370 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 1J9

When:
July 15th - 11:30am - 8:00pm
July 16th - 10:00am - 6:00pm
July 17th - 10:00am - 5:00pm

Subway Info:
550 Meters west on King from St Andrews Station

Tickets:
http://goo.gl/wh4DxD

Google Maps:
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Nov 30
Kingbreed Auctions is the best online auction company in Canada. Located in Toronto, we specialize in Online Auctions featuring Estate Sales, Excess Inventory Solutions and Simply getting the best price for your property.



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Dec 06 to Dec 07
What? Fun festivities, prizes, music, and a visit from Santa!
When? Saturday December 6 or Sunday December 7.
Where? Challenge Zone (Weston Family Innovation Centre), Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Rd, Toronto. Free parking provided for event participants.
Note: Ontario Science Centre admission tickets are not required for this event. A 20% discount is provided to those wishing to visit the exhibits. Free parking is provided for the gingerbread build. To visit other sections of the OSC, you are require to move your vehicle to the paid parking lot at a discounted Habitat rate of $5



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A gift-shopping extravaganza, the One of a Kind Show has Christmas covered with hundreds of innovative and unique arts and crafts gathered under one roof. The show proudly represents talented local artists and craftspeople offering quality, home-grown gifts and home accessories.



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The spirit of the winter season comes to life November 18 to December 22 with the sixth edition of the Toronto Christmas Market, the citys favourite holiday tradition.

Guests will immerse themselves in 28 days of European delicacies and Canadian homemade foods, a romantic atmosphere, stunning light canopies, unique shopping experiences, traditional music and dance performances, and activities for the whole family to enjoy.




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Dec 31
Single in the Citys Annual New Year's Bash "An Elegant Affair" is in its 10th great year and going strong!! Indulge and enjoy VIP status at the elegant Uptown Loft. This beautiful venue boasts12ft ceilings and is the perfect backdrop to one-of-the-BEST New Years parties in the city. Meet sexy, sophisticated singles at this incredible once a year event.

Mingle and move to great music, make your way to the Photobooth with friends and have your picture taken by a professional. Celebrate with friends, meet new people and find someone special just in time for the New Year!

Ages: 25+

Dress Code: Semi-formal-Formal. Ladies, pull out your fabulous party dress and gentlemen dress to impress!

10 reasons to attend this fabulous New Year's Event!

1. Attracts a fantastic crowd year after year
2. There is no other singles party like it in the city
3. Plentiful delicious hors d'oeuvres, a professional photo for you and your friends, party favours and 1 complimentary gift certificate to a Single in the City Speed dating Event (GC will be given at the Uptown Loft)
4. Hottest singles party in the city at a beautiful venue
5. New Year's is the biggest party day of the year
6. Reasonable drink prices
7. Great location! The Uptown Loft is so easy to get to, it's right on the subway line
8. Hotel nearby (see details below)
9. Party with 250 singles just like you!
10.Awesome DJ and music

Inclusions:
* Hors d'oeuvres from 9:30-11:30pm
* Professional photo for you and friends
* 1 Complimentary GC to a Single in the City Speed dating Event (Given at venue)
* Party Favours
* DJ and Dancing

Music: DJ Mr. Stylus spinning Top 40, dance, hip hop, old school, mix of classics

Subway: The Uptown Loft is conveniently located on the TTC Yonge Subway Line



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Innovation is pushing the boundaries of digital learning. The education field is no exception, transforming at a radical pace. Seize this opportunity to meet with the innovative stakeholders and players that are shaking up the learning experience.



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Jan 16, Jan 19
Ontario's Biggest RV Show
Canada's Largest Market
Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Road
Toronto, ON
FREE Parking

Show Hours:
Thursday 11-7
Friday 10-8
Saturday 10-7
Sunday 11-5


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Jan 16, Jan 19
Toronto RV Expo
The Biggest RV Show is coming your way serving the largest market in Canada!
Join us January 16-19, 2014 at the Toronto Congress Centre.
Show hours are: Thursday 11-7, Friday 10-8, Saturday 10-7, Sunday 11-5
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