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The ROM Presents Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art

  On the January 27th debut of their original exhibition on Black culture and identity, the ROM seeks to answer the question of “what comes to mind when you think of Canada or Canadian art?” Through nine feature artists, The Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art installation uniquely ...

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Brodsky/Baryshnikov At Toronto’s Winter Garden Theatre Is A Poetic Masterpiece

Photo: tatyanatravel on Instagram  As most patrons of the arts know, the name “Mikhail Baryshnikov” is synonymous with ballet. After all, the 69-year-old Latvian-born Russian talent and father of four is considered the world’s leading male ballet dancer. However, Baryshnikov’s latest gig ventures into a completely different area of the arts- ...

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7 Canadian Male Athletes To Watch At The 2018 Winter Olympics

Photo: Canadian Olympic Committee   The 2018 Winter Olympics are almost here! Kicking off on February 9, Canadians across the country are more than ready to cheer on their athletes in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Canada has a very strong delegation at the games and the athletes representing Team Canada will ...

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7 Top Canadian Female Athletes To Keep An Eye On At The 2018 Winter Olympics

Even though the 2018 Winter Olympics don’t begin until Friday, February 9th, people have already started talking about the Canadian athletes and their chances for medals in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Year in and year out Team Canada stands tall and this year should be no exception. Here are some of ...

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Everything To Know About OVO Fest 2017

Photo: majidjordan on Instagram  The much anticipated OVO Fest will be taking place in Toronto on August 7, and is set to feature none other than Toronto’s own Drake. He will be joined by artists like Majid Jordan, Roy Woods, DVSN and PARTYNEXTDOOR. All of this year’s artists are signed to ...

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Jump Into August With These New Fiction Reads

As we welcome the remaining few weeks of summer, there’s still some time to kickstart your summer reading list. Whether you’re in the mood for historical fiction or romance, try bringing intrigue into your everyday life with an invigorating new read. Whether you want to read by the lake or ...

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Hottest Montreal Concerts Of Summer 2017

Photo: coldplay on Instagram  If you love music, it’s certainly a good summer to be visiting Montreal, which is often referred to as Canada’s party capital. Whether you’re simply looking for pumping beats or aiming to reminisce and sing along to some of your favourite songs, you’re in luck this Summer ...

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Upcoming Summer Events In Toronto

Photo: fringstoronto on Instagram  As the summer temperatures rise, Torontonians and tourists alike are increasingly embracing the hot weather and the party-ready vibes in the city. Whether you’re spending the weekend with your family, friends, colleagues or significant other, there’s nothing quite like a summer event or festival to help you ...

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Where To Catch An Outdoor Movie In The Toronto Area

As the temperature drops during the summer nights, it’s the perfect time to get cozy and enjoy a film under the stars. From local drive-ins to a projector in Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square, there are a number of ways to catch an outdoor movie. There’s something about watching a movie from ...

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Empowering Girl Power Books To Read Now

Photo: hipstiktights on Instagram  The calendar may read 2017, but women everywhere are still fighting for fundamental human rights, access to education and equality in the workplace. Thankfully, there are a number of notable female role models which today’s young women can look up to. As we focus on our future ...

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