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Six city and campus events to catch in February

(By: Subi Anandarajah)

With assignments piling up and midterms approaching, February can be a stressful month for students. It’s time to take a break and mark your calendars. 482 more words


How To Enjoy Canadian Winters [Part 2]

To enjoy winters, you don’t necessarily have to spend tens and hundreds of dollars on indoor entertainment like orchestras, theater plays, or in shopping malls. That is not enjoying winter, rather it is more like enjoying indoors being unaware of whether it is winter or summer in the real world outside! 282 more words

Distillery District

Toronto Light Fest

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Looking for a cute date idea or a fun activity for family and friends? Well I’ve found the perfect thing for you, located in the beautiful Distillery District. 62 more words


Toronto Light Festival 2018

Finally had time to see the Toronto Light Fest yesterday! It was -12 degrees when I went last year. I could barely take any photos, because my fingers would go numb really quickly. 175 more words


In Toronto, Arts and Culture Take Center Stage

This is a guest post by Ellyn Parker, project manager for the 2018 Rose Fellowship team. This is the second blog in a three-part series about insights from a study tour of Toronto by NLC’s 2018 Rose Center Land Use Fellows. 692 more words


Light Break

Just when the King Streetcar was beginning to become “king” again, it’s become packed and difficult to ride again. But, of course it is just that time of the year, and the 504 King Car, and more recently, the 514 Cherry car, are the best ways to get to the Toronto Christmas Market, selected as one of the “World’s 10 Best Holiday Markets,” in the historic Distillery District. 284 more words

How To Enjoy Canadian Winters [Part 1]

It becomes a little suffocating in the winters here in Toronto when we tend to stay more indoors and avoid, whenever possible, to go out in the chilly snowy weather. 382 more words