Picture by Gabriel Li – StudioGabe Are you not afraid to travel a little further or spend a little extra to find a quality ingredient? Fortunately for all foodies, Toronto is a ripe haven for fresh ingredients and a varied smorgasbord of multicultural foods are always available for purchase. In a recent edition of Eye […]
Archives for February 2011
Tax preparation by agrilifetoday Toronto council put stop to property tax increase, which was about to take place this year. Counter-proposition against major Rob Ford’s tax freeze was suggesting 0.16% growth in residential taxes and 0.052% in non-residential taxes.
If you’ve ever wandered down College Street on foot, on the streetcar, or on your bike, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed one particular building on the city block. It’s large, pale yellow in colour, and — the most defining feature of them all — it has a long, arched entrance-way guarded by two stone […]
Picture courtesy of Bier Markt After a long day of hard work in the big city, most of us like to calm down with a relaxing and refreshing bottle of beer. Maybe you enjoy yours while in front of the TV, or perhaps your prefer to chat with friends at a pub. No matter where […]
Whether you’re a new homeowner, someone thinking about upgrading your abode, or someone dealing with a troublesome home repair, the National Home Show on now at the Direct Energy Centre will have the answers or new ideas that you’re looking for.
Mariinsky Ballet – Swan Lake Courtesy of Sony Centre The recent success and critical acclaim for Darren Aronofsky’s magnificent film ‘Black Swan’ has brought ballet back to center stage. Torontonians in particular are in for a real treat: Russia’s Mariinsky (Kirov) Ballet, who first performed the dance in 1895, will be traveling to our city to […]