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firefighters battle huge blaze torontos waterfront

Toronto Thu May 25 2017 13:36:46 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- In the wee hours of the morning, a fire broke out at Toronto's Green For Life mixed-waste and recycling facilityat 242Cherry St., in the Port Lands. Firefighters are still battling this six-alarm blaze, which has breached a fire wall and crept toward
Ontario Place is turning into a go-to event destination in Toronto, and the action at this former amusement park continues this weekend witha huge drone light show happening during theCulinary Ontario Festival. Admission is free to this foodie fest,
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Recently, due to a lack of supply in the core and elsewhere, people were driven further out of the city to explore neighbourhoods they wouldnt normally consider. So theres a huge upswing at Park Lawn and Lake Shore.2240 Lake Shore Blvd. W, No. 1103,
When a huge drone light show with a fleet of over 30 robots dancing in the sky was announced in lieu of fireworks at Ontario Place this weekend, Torontogot pretty excited. But the show, one of the centrepiece events atthe inauguralCulinary Ontario Fe
The Toronto Foam Festivalat Orchid Nightclubwas missing one essential ingredient this weekend: foam. Advertised as "the wildest foam party of the year,"where"huge foam cannons shower you with foam," the $30 party on Sunday, May 21left attendeesbone d
Before the end of the year, Toronto's Hard Rock Cafe will transform into a huge Shoppers Drug Mart. The restaurant and music venue officially closed this weekend, but it'll host one final event this evening. It's a fundraiser called Music Heals in su
Free events in Toronto this week include movie screenings, concerts and talks, but it's the Barbados on the Water festival that will truly give you all the bang for your (no) bucks. Thisfree waterfront festincludes dance parties, food, a fashion show
High water levels in Lake Ontario have been wreaking havoc all over Toronto this spring, from the Toronto Islands to local beaches and certain east side neighbourhoods. Toronto's newly renamed waterfront venue has also had to delay its opening by nea
Downtown Toronto isgetting a huge new sports bar, entertainment venue and gaming centre this summer and soon, Mississauga will have one too. That's because Cineplexwill open up its latest Rec Room at Square One Shopping Centre, the Mississauga super
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Toronto events on this wet Thursday include the fancy, but totally fun Operanation party for the Canadian Opera Company.There's also a Canadian short film fest and Shaggy is performing at the racetrack. Events you might want to check out: Operanation
The face of Toronto isbeing remade by condo and rental developments that are rising up at an unrelenting pace, particularly in and around downtown. Much has been made of the radical shift taking place on Yonge Street, but the changes on King West wil
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The rental market in Toronto is a scary place. Prospective renters with modest budgets are bound to feel a sense of impending doom when trying to find something decent. This week, I set my monthly rent limit at $1,700. That shouldn't make apartment h