Ten music events in Toronto this week: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4 – The Globe and Mail

Ten music events in Toronto this week: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4
The Globe and Mail
Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 416-872-4255 or masseyhall.com. Tafelmusik: Messiah Dec. 17 to 20. Koerner Hall, 416-408-0208 or performance.rcmusic.ca. Toronto Children's Chorus Dec. 20. Roy Thomson Hall, 416-872-4255 or masseyhall.com. The Good …

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What’s on in Toronto? Weekend events – CTV News

What's on in Toronto? Weekend events
CTV News
Location: Fleck Dance Theatre, 235 Queens Quay West. Cost: $25 – $45. Cavalcade of Lights. Kick off the holidays with the lighting of Toronto's official Christmas tree. The annual event also features a performance by Kardinal Offishall and festive

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TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this weekend (Nov. 28-30) – insideTORONTO.com


insideTORONTO.com
TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this weekend (Nov. 28-30)
insideTORONTO.com
It's the WHOLE LIFE EXPO at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from Friday to Sunday. Canada's largest showcase of natural health and green living. 2. At Harbourfront Centre, there are three performances of SOULFUL MESSIAH: Friday night, Saturday …

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25 things to do in Toronto this holiday season – Toronto Star

25 things to do in Toronto this holiday season
Toronto Star
Where: Departs from Toronto Harbour. Web: mariposacruises.com. 12. Flea market finds. If you're hunting for some unique holiday gifts, check out the Leslieville Flea's holiday market on Nov. 30. You'll find everything from homemade mustards to custom …

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Ballet Creole puts a soulful twist on Handel’s Messiah – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Ballet Creole puts a soulful twist on Handel's Messiah
Toronto Star
In 2002, Parson, founder and artistic director of Toronto's Ballet Creole, fell in love with the critically acclaimed, Grammy Award-winning album Handel's Messiah: A Soulful Celebration. Earlier that year he'd choreographed a spiritually dark work that …

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The top 10 art shows in Toronto for winter 2014 – blogTO (blog)


blogTO (blog)
The top 10 art shows in Toronto for winter 2014
blogTO (blog)
basquiat toronto Art shows in Toronto this winter serve many purposes, but we are a brutal people once the cold sets in, and a good show fills one certain criteria: it takes our minds off the frozen salted sludge leaking into our boots, be it through

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NAMESAKES: The history behind Hamilton street names – Hamilton Spectator


Hamilton Spectator
NAMESAKES: The history behind Hamilton street names
Hamilton Spectator
It was called Harbourfront Park, just like the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. So people in the community — through The Spectator — were asked to mail in suggestions for a better name. Hundreds of ideas came in. Everything you could imagine, from

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Delta back in Toronto with flagship hotel opening – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Delta back in Toronto with flagship hotel opening
Toronto Star
Almost 88 per cent of the approximately 20,000 downtown Toronto hotel rooms were occupied in September, according to the most recent statistics from the province's Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports. That's an increase of more than five percentage …

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RBC Sports Day in Canada gets Toronto residents moving – Canada NewsWire (press release)

RBC Sports Day in Canada gets Toronto residents moving
Canada NewsWire (press release)
TORONTO, Nov. 26, 2014 /CNW/ – To mark this year's milestone RBC Sports Day in Canada, a national celebration of sport, MJKO is hosting a "Try a Sport" boxing event at the Harbourfront Community Centre Dance Studio at 627 Queens Quay West in …

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Namesakes: The Spec’s new online guide to the street names around you – Hamilton Spectator


Hamilton Spectator
Namesakes: The Spec's new online guide to the street names around you
Hamilton Spectator
It was called Harbourfront Park, just like the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. So people in the community — through The Spectator — were asked to mail in suggestions for a better name. Hundreds of ideas came in. Everything you could imagine, from

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