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  • Fan Expo Canada
    Get set for Canada's biggest comic-con: Fan Expo
    September 3 to 6 marks the return of Fan Expo to Toronto. Arguably Canada’s largest comic convention, this is the 21st year this event has been running in Toronto. Originally started as the Canadian National Comic Book Expo in 1995 and about...
  • Toronto
    Finalists for the 2015 Toronto Book Awards announced
    Finalists for the Toronto Book Awards have been revealed and competition is stiff. Local author Margaret Atwood lends her famous name to the announcement as her 55th book joins four other works reflective of the spirit of Toronto. The 41st award...
  • Ashley Madison hack linked to two suicides: $500,000 rewarded offered for hackers’ arrests
    Suicides linked to Ashley Madison hack: $500K reward for hackers' arrests
    The latest fallout surrounding the hack attack on the Ashley Madison website, “the most famous name in infidelity and married dating,” where details of millions of accounts were stolen and shared online, involves the possible suicides...
  • McCartney in Toronto
    Could Paul McCartney's new Toronto show mean more to come?
    It ain't over yet: Former Beatle Paul McCartney announced Aug. 21 he'll be hitting the concert trail once again in Toronto Oct. 17 at Air Canada Centre. “Paul will be getting #OutThere in Toronto @AirCanadaCentre on 17th October,...
  • 150 crocodiles in Toronto home became too overwhelming for pet owner
    150 crocodiles in home is creepy epitome of a crowded house: Crocs moved to zoo
    A man’s love of crocodiles got way out of control to the point where he was sitting on 150 of these reptiles inside his home. This house full of pets consisted of crocodiles, alligators and caimans and they weren’t babies, they were...
  • 150 crocodiles in home
    150 crocodiles in home? Toronto croc loving couple had crocodile 'zoo' in home
    How many crocodiles is too many? A Toronto couple had 150 crocodiles in their home – on purpose. The crocs, caimans and alligators, ranging from four feet to 11-feet long, were removed from a residential garage and home in an industrial area...
  • Hot photos of Serena Williams in action at 2015 Rogers Cup in Toronto
    Hot photos of Serena Williams in action at 2015 Rogers Cup in Toronto
    The 2015 Rogers Cup tennis tournament for women players on the WTA circuit is taking place this week from August 10-16, 2015, on the outdoor hard courts at the Rexall Centre which is now or soon will be called the Aviva Centre located in Toronto,...
  • Canoe
    Canoe restaurant invites the public to celebrate its 20th anniversary
    Toronto’s landmark restaurant Canoe is turning 20 years old and to celebrate, Oliver and Bonacini’sis inviting the public to experience a very special tasting menu that showcases the present-day version of of the iconic venue.Canoe...
  • Habari Africa Festival 2015
    Explore African culture at the Habari Africa Festival
    Harbourfront Centre in Toronto has announced the second edition of the Habari Africa Festival running from August 14th to 16th.In partnership with Batuki Music Society, the three-day festival celebrates the diversity of African culture with the...
  • Pistol George Warren
    Pistol George Warren interview and album release at the Horseshoe on July 24
    Pistol George Warren continue to deliver on their promise to bring all things good, and their retro-pop party-on-a-stage to every show. The Sudbury band have "become known across the country for their contagious live show."On July 24,...
  • Slayer
    The Rockstar Mayhem Festival hits Echo Beach
    While Pan Am Games athletes competed for medal glory on the grounds of the Exhibition, musical juggernauts competed for metal dominance across the bridge at Echo Beach. The Rockstar Mayhem Festival was in town on Wednesday featuring main stage...
  • T.O. Still among the smarter cities
    Toronto tech still savvy
    Despite having recently lost the title of the world's smartest city which was won in 2014, after three successive attempts, Toronto still ranks among the top, and many of the world's biggest technology companies appear to have taken note...
  • Pan American Games 2015
    2015 Pan Am Games off to a great gallop
    The Pan American Games are about to begin in Toronto, CAN with the opening ceremonies just a short time away. With the seats filling up and the enthusiasm high, these Games are looking to create a major stamp on Canada's ability to show the...
  • Mama Kin
    Interview with Mama Kin and Mama Kin show at the Dakota Tavern July 16
    Australia's Mama Kin returns to Canada for a cross nation tour beginning July 8. The sole Toronto stop for the band will be at the Dakota Tavern on July 16. Described as, "part raconteur and all-out entertainer", Mama Kin won the WAM...
  • Betty Who NXNE 2015
    NXNE 2015 round-up we saw the good, the bad, and the meh
    The NXNE festival has come to a close, though Toronto remains in festival mode with Luminato, The TD Jazz Festival, and Pride are all still on the streets, clubs, and social media posts. NXNE was decidedly smaller for year 21, with some 450-500...
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