The Future of Toronto’s Waterfront

The Future of Toronto’s Waterfront

If you visited Toronto’s Queens Quay lately you’ve noticed it’s a bit of a mess. The construction sprawls from Queens Quay and Lower Spadina all the way to Yonge Street, and that’s just the road works. The condo construction east … Continue reading

416 Weekend: Things to do in Toronto (Feb.8 – Feb.10)

416 Weekend: Things to do in Toronto (Feb.8 – Feb.10)

It’s almost the weekend and they say there’s a snowstorm on the way, but let’s ignore the weather for the next few days and have a little fun! Here’s my TOP 5 for this weekend’s events and other interesting stuff … Continue reading

Grey Cup: Where to Eat When You’re Not Tailgating

Grey Cup: Where to Eat When You’re Not Tailgating

Nothing brings Canadians together like the Grey Cup, especially during the NHL lockout, and especially when it’s in Toronto, where it all began. The thing about Toronto is we don’t do tailgate here. Why stand outside in parking lots when … Continue reading

Canary District Condo: Shaping a New Community

Canary District Condo: Shaping a New Community

Thanks to the 2015 Pan American Games the curse on Toronto’s waterfront has been lifted. For years now, West Don Lands (area just east of the Distillery District) has been somewhat of a question mark and a big bone of … Continue reading