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Saturday May 20, 1916

Page 3. (1916, May 20). Toronto Daily Star (1900-1971) 39 more words


"Say, Cheese!" - St. Lawrence Market, Toronto

“Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.”
― G.K. Chesterton

The St. Lawrence Market in Toronto is marvelous for its sights, sounds, and smells. 158 more words


Toronto Guided Walking Tours in Spanish

Hello and Hola!

If you are a visitor to Toronto or just want to explore the city below is information on walking tours that are available… 131 more words

Corktown Toronto Tour

Just Cheesy Enough...

Sunday morning – when you want decadent flavour with very little effort, these cheesy avocado toasts fit the bill.

Start by grating some cheese – in this case, aged cheddar and… 86 more words

Healthy Eating

Day Twenty-Seven

It was a rainy and blustery day here in Toronto, so Paul, Janette, and I took it slow. Paul had gone to a bakery to pick up croissants for breakfast, including really delicious chocolate and almond ones. 501 more words

Tales From The Rails

Day Twenty-Five

I had set my alarm up to go off this morning at 8:00 am to give me an hour-and-a-half to prep for our 9:30 am arrival in Toronto, only to wake up to an announcement stating that we were an hour behind schedule due to having to give way for so many freight trains. 638 more words

Tales From The Rails

In Toronto's Little Portugal enclave, a big mix of cultures are trying to retain the identity of the neighbourhood

TORONTO — When Nancy Fernandes was growing up in Toronto as the daughter of Portuguese immigrants, she summered abroad, visiting relatives in the north and south of Portugal. 1,437 more words