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St Lawrence Market: Food Lovers' Paradise

A one-stop location for buying organic groceries, savoring special preparations, learning how to bake a cake or becoming an expert chef, perfect for hosting a party, getting your couple portfolio shot, meeting friends over a cup of Victorian tea, having a good time with family, great for photography addicts, tasting specialty foods and getting that excellent piece of meat for the upcoming reunion. 520 more words


Kings Court Condos, 230 King Street East, Toronto St Lawrence Market Condos

  • Kings Court Condos at 230 King Street East
  • St Lawrence Market with views of Distillery District
  • Every Floor Plan that you can imagine exist here…
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230 King Street East

Toronto: Day Three

Our final day in Toronto brought more rain.  Instead of finding something to do inside that we really didn’t want to do, we ignored the rain and went to… 575 more words

Arches And Arrows

One-shot: Kozlik's Mustard

Smartest tasting tactic ever: freshly fried back bacon cut into little cubes. The smell draws you to the smell, and who can resist trying mustard when there’s free bacon? 19 more words


LEASED FOR $2700/month - Furnished 2 Bed, 2 Bath Condo, Parking and Utilities included.

Bright & spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo in the heart of downtown. Fully furnished, contemporary apartment overlooking the city with private balcony. New hardwood floors, freshly painted & new, custom window blinds. 124 more words

Think Food Showcase: Carousel Bakery [St. Lawrence Market, Front Street, Downtown Toronto]

Extremely wet and soaking weather we had in Toronto this past weekend. Really put a damper (pardon the pun!) on my downtown exploration with my girlfriend. 186 more words


St. Lawrence Market craft vendors must leave after Pan Am Games

For craft vendors who’ve been fighting their eviction from St. Lawrence Market, city officials have good news and bad news: everyone can stay through the Pan and Parapan Am Games, but the next day all the indoor vendors must get out. 563 more words