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the Goods + UberEATS

We’ve been posting about #uberEATS on social media so here’s the full lowdown.

Uber now offers UberEATS, a super easy lunch option in the downtown core and today they’re serving up our Chuck Norris Bowl.  105 more words

The Goods

1086 Queen St. W.

1086 Queen St. W., North side

From the turn of the last century, this handsomely bricked trio was home to a host of small businesses: tailors, bakers, jewelers, hardware stores. 44 more words

Toronto Advertising History

708 Queen St. W. at Manning Ave.

In 1901, this was the home of the N.B. Lander Drugstore and a branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway Telegraph Company.

Just as some drugstore chains today feature a post office, in 1901 you could pick up your camphor oil, buy a cigar and fire off a telegram to someone across the country. 72 more words

Toronto Architecture And History

IN THE PRESS: SYDNEY'S IN SLATE'S CULTURE GABFEST

It’s always good to see Toronto get the attention it deserves in the international press.

In this case, Stephen Metcalf visited Toronto and had quite a fun time. 18 more words

Toronto

We're All Slowly Dying in Front of Our Computers

To my loyal band of 17 followers:
I have moved to the big city, the big T dot oh, to the trendy neighbourhood they call Queen Street West, located mysteriously on Queen Street West. 299 more words

Brunch Date

We went to The Drake Hotel the first time for brunch and I just needed to give a shout out to the kitchen staff for their scones. 40 more words

Ticket Stub

City in Bloom

Trinity Bellwoods Park – after work strolls
High Park – sunny weekend strolls
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