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The Last Few Pokemon Left to Catch in My Pokemon Go Pokedex

Shortly after beginning my Pokemon Go journey, I declared to myself that I wanted to catch ’em all, within reason. I wanted to catch all of the Gen 1 North American launch pokemon. 502 more words

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Pokemon Go Player's Guide to Toronto: Nathan Phillips Square

Attracting nearly 1.5 million visitors every year, Nathan Phillips Square is Canada’s largest city square. As a tourist, you’ll want to come by and see our unique city hall building to the north, which was actually featured in the movie… 369 more words

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Pokemon Go Player's Guide to Toronto: Jack Layton Ferry Terminal

When it comes to the most talked-about Pokemon Go hot-spots in Toronto, nothing will ever beat the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal. Located at the south end of the city, it quickly developed a reputation for being the best place to catch pokemon thanks to its tightly-packed PokeStops. 404 more words

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I Spent Real Money in Pokemon Go

I generally avoid free-to-play games. Call me old school, but I much prefer the idea of paying for “all” of a game upfront, versus playing a game that nickel and dimes me over the long haul. 749 more words

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Trying to Obtain the Perfect Pokemon in Pokemon Go

When I first started playing Pokemon Go, my primary goal was to get a Raichu. Raichu is my favourite, and I figured I would be happy as soon as I got one. 847 more words

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Pokemon Go and the Use of Tracking Apps Like Pokevision

During my first few days of playing Pokemon Go, and impressive bird-like shadow appeared in my Nearby section. Wanting to strike before it disappeared, I rushed out of my home, trying my best to catch it. 815 more words

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Playing Pokemon Go at Jack Layton Ferry Terminal in Toronto

Jack Layton Ferry Terminal in Toronto shuttles 25,000 people per day to-and-from Toronto Island. Over the past few weeks, it’s also been the hottest place for… 483 more words

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