Big Ideas: Reviving the CNE for year-round enjoyment – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Big Ideas: Reviving the CNE for year-round enjoyment
Toronto Star
“When I think of the little pond down at Harbourfront, it's freezing down there in the winter, but heck, people go! It's Canada,” he says. Perhaps Toronto could learn from Vancouver, which is currently in the midst of a $200-$300 million process to

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What LCBO location is open the latest in Toronto? – blogTO (blog)


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What LCBO location is open the latest in Toronto?
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"It's open later because of its size (the fourth largest LCBO store in Toronto after Summerhill, Queen's Quay and Bayview Village)," explains Lisa Murray, Senior Communications Consultant with the LCBO. Add to that its "high volume of sales…its

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NOW editors pick a trio of this week’s can’t-miss events – NOW Magazine


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NOW editors pick a trio of this week's can't-miss events
NOW Magazine
From Kingston-Galloway to Willowtree, Toronto City Mission has been transforming lives and low-income neighbourhoods across the city since Toronto was known as Muddy York – 1879, to be exact. … $5. 627 Queens Quay. torontocitymission.com …

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Massive book fair coming to Toronto this fall – blogTO (blog)


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Massive book fair coming to Toronto this fall
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Coming just after the Harbourfront International Festival of Authors, the idea with Inspire! is to make the fair as diverse as possible. Along with the literary highlights, there will sections and stages devoted to culinary writing (with Elizabeth

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Everything you need to know about our new streetcars – blogTO (blog)


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Everything you need to know about our new streetcars
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After the cars begin service on Spadina, they will be added to the 511 Bathurst and 509 Harbourfront routes in 2015, followed by the 505 Dundas in 2015 and 2016. … Toronto artists want to drive you out of town Warkworth is one of Ontario's coolest towns.

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Captain John’s still in limbo as removal deadline nears – blogTO (blog)


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Captain John's still in limbo as removal deadline nears
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Captain Johns Last we reported about Captain John's, the dilapidated 1970s seafood restuarant moored at the foot of Yonge St., there was reason for cautious optimism that the ship might finally make its exit from the Toronto harbour. Entrepreneur James …

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For lone TTC cleaner at Union Station, new subway platform has doubled his work – National Post


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For lone TTC cleaner at Union Station, new subway platform has doubled his work
National Post
“I think it's more efficient,” says Titi Ajayi, a University of Toronto student returning from apartment hunting on Queens Quay. “I always get confused when I get off the subway. It's more organized. It was fast the way they made the new platform.” On

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Urban Planner: August 19, 2014 – Torontoist


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Urban Planner: August 19, 2014
Torontoist
Details; Theatre: Only about two hours away from Toronto, madness is infiltrating the town of Stratford, Ontario—but fortunately, it's the kind that produces delightful results. Stratford Festival artistic … Harbourfront Centre (235 Queens Quay West

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Pedestrian bridge to be installed under Gardiner Expressway this weekend – Toronto Star

Pedestrian bridge to be installed under Gardiner Expressway this weekend
Toronto Star
The bridge will span from the ACC to what is 90 Harbour St./1 York. It's actually part of a connection from Union Station to WaterPark Place, the new building we're doing for Oxford Properties at Bay and Queens Quay. There will be another bridge that
Pedestrian bridge forms first PATH connection to waterfrontCBC.ca

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Hamilton looks to its waterfront as next great frontier – MetroNews Canada

Hamilton looks to its waterfront as next great frontier
MetroNews Canada
For simplicity's sake, think of the West Harbour site as a much smaller, and far less dense, version of Toronto's mixed use, but predominantly residential, Harbourfront area — as much a place for downtown workers and downsizing baby boomers to live as

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