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The Best Milkshakes in Toronto

The best milkshakes in Toronto are so much more than dairy in a cup. These ice creamy drinks have all the nostalgia of the 1920s, with a twist of 21st century flavour and decadence. Fear not if you’re lactose intolerant, you can still enjoy one of these sweet treats in the summer. Here are the best […]

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10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today look to celebrate Yonge and Dundas Square’s 15th anniversary with a free concert and possibly some hologram action. There’s also a big Italian food festival and the first of ten days for NXNE. Events you might want to check out: 15th Anniversary Block Party (June 8 @ Yonge-Dundas Square) Celebrate 15 […]

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Famous Birthdays for 8th June 2018

1745 – Caspar Wessel, Danish-Norwegian mathematician, born in Vestby, Norway (d. 1818) 1847 – Ida McKinley, U.S. 1st lady (1897-1901), the wife of 25th U.S. president William McKinley, born in Canton, Ohio (d. 1907) 1859 – Smith Wigglesworth, British religious figure (d. 1947) 1881 – Prospero Bisquertt, composer 1912 – Ian Morrow, company director 1921 […]

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Historical Events for 8th June 2018

1918 – Nova Aquila, brightest nova since Kepler’s nova of 1604, discovered 1948 – “Milton Berle Show” premieres on NBC TV 1950 – Test Cricket debut of Ramadhin and Valentine (8-104 1st inn) v England 1961 – Test Cricket debut of William Morris Lawry, v England at Edgbaston, 57 1965 – US troops ordered to […]

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Today in History for 8th June 2018

Historical Events 1929 – 61st Belmont: Mack Garner aboard Blue Larkspur wins in 2:32.8 1944 – Allies occupy Port-en-Bessin Normandy 1963 – 95th Belmont: Braulio Baeza aboard Chateaugay wins in 2:30.2 1965 – US troops ordered to fight offensively in Vietnam 1991 – Warren Schutte is 1st non American to win NCAA Division 1 golf […]

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Doug Ford elected Ontario premier

The Ontario election 2018 results are in. After a long and all-too-dramatic campaign season, the votes have been counted and Doug Ford has emerged victorious. The Progressive Conservative party leader, brother to late former Toronto mayor Rob Ford, only recently took the reigns of his party in the wake of a scandal involving former PC chief Patrick Brown. […]

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Free Tupac hologram concert could be coming to Toronto

Remember when Hologram Tupac performed at Coachella like, five years ago, and the entire world lost its freaking mind? The self-described “world leaders in human resurrection” are bringing that same excitement to Toronto on Friday night as part of Yonge-Dundas Square’s 15th Anniversary Block Party — and they say that the technology has come a long […]

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Toronto is now the 5th most unaffordable city in the world

Congratulations to us! New data shows that Toronto just earned the title of 5th most unaffordable city in the world. Data provided by the Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey shows that Toronto’s real estate market ranks as “severely unaffordable” on the large global residential market scale relative to income. Toronto’s real estate market is basically one hot oven in which to shovel […]