Towering over the north shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto relishes every minute of wearing Big Boy pants with a massive observation tower, theater district, a popular Metro system, a wide selection of cuisines, and the happy propensity to share them with visitors.
Eating, Drinking & Fun at Toronto International Film Festival
This festival has been the epicenter of the Canadian film industry for over four decades.
A Global City For All Seasons
Absent a legacy of Slavery & Jim Crow, most white Canadians seem friendlier than most white Americans.
Eglinton West district, also known as “Little Jamaica”, traces its roots to Caribbean immigrants in 1953.
African-Canadian residents & businesses are also found in Bathurst, Kensington Market, Bloor, and more.
An extensive collection of curated photos from this beloved festival.
If world museum standards for cities could be measured on a scale of 1 to 5, they can rate as 4.