Royal LePage Garage Sale for the Woman’s Shelter

Royal LePage Garage Sale for the Woman’s Shelter It’s time for our annual Royal Le Page Garage Sale for The Woman’s Shelter.  There are lots of items that we need and would appreciate your contribution. But you may need some help in decluttering your home so  I thought I would send you the link to […]


Farmers Markets Around Toronto

If your wondering where to find a great Farmers Market at this time of year… other than the St Lawrence which has become almost impossible to move about in on a Saturday morning here is a list. Some of these are seasonal and others year round.  But from east to wes you should be able […]


Soupstock Oct20th 2012 Woodbine Park

This is a repost from Soupstock.ca inviting you to the largest culinary  protest. Soupstock Over 120 chefs cooking up world’s largest culinary protest September 20th, 2012 More than 120 of Canada’s best chefs are preparing for what could be the largest-ever culinary protest in the world.  Soupstock is a sequel to 2011’s Foodstock, where dozens […]


Toronto Brazilfest 2011

From their facebook page  Toronto Brazilfest 8th Annual Toronto International BrazilFest 2011 In a multicultural city like Toronto — where all summer festivals have something beautiful to offer those who love meeting new cultures — you cannot miss Canada’s Largest Brazilian Cultural Event, the 8th Annual Toronto International BrazilFest 2011. On Sunday July 24th, 2011 […]


Toronto’s Forest Hill – Driving Tour

The Forest Hill neighbourhood as seen today in Toronto, comes from a deep history starting back in 1860. The first residence built in the Forest Hill area was located on top of the hill within the forest, however while the hill still exists today, the forest does not. The houses offered here in Forest Hill […]

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