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Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Celebrates Tenth Anniversary

Toronto’s free overnight contemporary visual arts festival is coming back to the city’s streets with more than 110 projects created by 400 artists.

The tenth annual edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche will begin at sunset at 6:55 p.m. 516 more words

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No Service from Mimico to Union Station on November 21st and 22nd, 2015

GO Transit has announced that there will be no GO train service between Mimico GO station and Union Station on November 21st, and 22nd, 2015.  The… 147 more words

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Globe and Mail Article about City of Art Exhibition

Check this Globe and Mail Article about “City of Art” show in Gallery 1313 in Toronto. I have one piece installed in this exhibition along with amazing works of 30 other artists. 10 more words

Public, political opposition nixed Toronto 2024 Olympic bid: report

Toronto officials saw public resistance as the main threat to a possible Olympic bid and worried holding a referendum on the issue would “allow critics to overstate and inflate opposition” to hosting the 2024 Games, documents reveal. 510 more words


Visiting a Piece of Canadian History

Last Monday, the class from the Behind the Scenes at Seneca College visited the historical Fort York National Historic Site at 250 Fort York Boulevard in Toronto. 560 more words


Remembrance Day 2015 ceremonies in Toronto and the GTA

TORONTO – Many Canadians across the country will mark Remembrance Day on Nov. 11 by attending ceremonies to pay their respects to those who made the ultimate sacrifice. 345 more words


Toronto garbage and water rates set to rise

Two essential city services could soon cost Toronto residents even more.

Toronto city staff are urging council to hike residential water bills by eight per cent, and solid waste management levy by three per cent. 398 more words