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Trotting up to me on dainty pink hooves, Gretel was the first of the welcome party to greet me. A rosy-hued potbellied pig, Gretel curiously snuffled at my pant legs, then softly...

Casa Loma – The House on the Hill

What do X-Men and The Handmaid’s Tale have in common? They were both shot in Casa Loma, a 64,700-square-foot castle located in midtown Toronto. Originally owned by Sir Henry...

Holiday Drive-Through Events, A Unique Experience for Families This Season.

This year’s holidays might differ from others due to social distancing restrictions amid the fight against COVID-19. However, there are still some activities that you can participate in. Drive-through events, where visitors...

The Toronto Islands

Racing along the shadowed path, tall green shrubs on either side of me, I came to a dead end. Heart thumping, a shiver of fear and excitement rippling down my spine, I...

Reconnecting with Nature

Although winter is coming, it is worth learning about Oakville’s Bronte Creek Provincial Park for future trips. About Bronte Creek Bronte Creek is...

Remembrance Day: A Day to Give Thanks and Honour Those Who Have Fallen

From July 28, 1914, to November 11, 1918, the world faced a global war that originated from Europe and was named the “Great War” or the “war to end all wars”.

Preserving Toronto’s Architectural History

When I was a child in the 1960s, Toronto was on a development spree, much like it is today. But back then, historic buildings were torn down without a blink and replaced by...

Convenient, Healthy and Environmentally Friendly

Cycling is one of the most popular activities in Toronto. Riding a bike is not only healthy and environmentally friendly, but it also helps Torontonians travel more easily when traffic is congested. Don’t...

Take A Virtual Tour of the Canadian Senate and Explore A Part of the Parliament of Canada in The Comfort of Your Own Home

The Parliament of Canada, located at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, is usually a must-see iconic attraction when tourists are visiting Ottawa, Ontario. However, amid the pandemic, many families and tourists...

Cliffs of Fundy and Bonavista Peninsula Discovery Geopark – UNESCO Global Geoparks

Based on the UNESCO website, UNESCO Global Geoparks are “single, unified geographical areas where sites and landscapes of international geological significance are managed with a holistic concept of protection, education, and sustainable development.”...

ROM to Reopen on July 11 and What to Expect

After months of closure due to COVID-19, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) will open its doors to welcome visitors in a safe and pleasant environment. Some special exhibitions and additional spaces will open...

Where to Pick-Your-Own Strawberries Amid Covid-19 in Ontario

One of the most favorite outdoor activities during summertime in Canada is fruit-picking from local farms. It’s a great choice for family-bonding and friend-gathering time. However, Canada is coping with Covid-19 and...

Social distancing circles: The future of public spaces?

With the summer season bringing in the hotter temperature, more people will want to go outside and spend time with friends. But with the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus,...

The Art of Appreciation

Street art has become one of the ways Toronto artists have been able to show their support for frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. With many barricades and walls...

Having A Blast In Louisbourg

On a recent trip to Cape Breton, N.S., my eyes were opened to a key fact that was unknown to me. In the 18th century, Canada had the third busiest seaport in North America –...

Treasure Hunting in Toronto’s West End

Living in Toronto for most of my life, I’ve learned this city is full of surprises. Shops and galleries pop up in unusual places, restaurants and cafes emerge in new spaces and neighbourhoods stretch and...

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