Photo by Jason Rodman Life in downtown Toronto means that there are a million wonderful little places that you would like to go, and most of them are less than 5 km away. The options for urban transportation are owning a car, taking public transit, bicycling, or walking.
Archives for May 2011
Chef Don and His Masterpieces Let’s face it: everybody loves dessert. Even after a completely filling meal, we still make room for one last sugary fix, be it rich in chocolate, drizzled in sweet sauce, or topped of with whipped cream. For all you dessert lovers, I bring to your attention the “go now!” destination […]
Photo by bass nroll Society expects us to look like stars and have perfect bodies in fabulous shape whatever the odds. Nobody cares about the fact that most of us spend our days sitting at our computers, hardly even moving to get a sandwich. Nobody sees that exercising actually hurts, and that most people prefer […]
Hipster by Joel Bedford If you are a young, self-respecting member of the hipster sub-culture and you’ve just moved to the great city of Toronto, you might be in danger of falling into an existential crisis of Kafkaesque proportions if you don’t see a satisfactory number of people with thick-rimmed glasses, super tight jeans, and […]
Baby Feet by Allan Paquette Are you having your first baby in Toronto? Waiting for a new family member is a great life experience. You should make sure you really enjoy these nine months instead of spending it all worrying about the challenges of parenthood.
Photo by Amir Jina Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of Canada, delivered a speech about Canada’s future economic development at the Canadian Club of Ottawa on Monday, and his message is more than clear: we need to diversify from our traditional economic partner countries before it is too late.