Now that we’ve fully entered the season of pumpkin spiced everything, it’s time to talk about Halloween. People who love the holiday know just how much fun it can be to transform into something or someone else, even if it is just for one night.
Fall House by Sam Javanrouh The first days of autumn – the beginning of the year’s most colourful time. Sam Javanrouh noticed and captured this charming still life in Toronto’s Cabbagetown. KV00KV
October is here and that means Halloween is just around the corner. If you don’t have plans yet for the spookiest month of the year, we have some tips that might help you get into the right monster mood. From truly terrifying haunted houses and mazes to sweet kid events where you can pick your own pumpkins with the little ones. And if you are not really celebrating Halloween, there’s one killer concert and what only can be described as the best foodie event on sight for Toronto this month!
Teva Harrison is an artist, writer and cartoonist who provides a painfully honest, yet highly inspirational snapshot into the realities of her diagnosis with stage 4 breast cancer.
Sales in Toronto are still breaking records. Greater Toronto Area reported 9813 sales trough TREB’s MLS® System in August 2016, making the sales rise by 22.69 per cent in comparison to August 2015.
Summer might be over, but fun in Toronto never ends. Our favourite city has a few amazing events still up its sleeve.