Toronto, Canada Travel Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Molly Johnson excited for 12th annual TD Pei Jazz & Blues FestivalRead the original story

    Aug 26, 2016 | The Guardian

    Award-winning artist Molly Johnson will perform at a sold-out concert Saturday night at St. Paul's Church in Charlottetown. Organizers are enthusiastic about the 2016 TD P.E.I. Jazz & Blues Festival, which started Thursday and continues until Saturday in Charlottetown.


  2. Mystery Solved: How Lyme Disease Bacteria Spread Around the BodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2016 | LiveScience

    When you're bitten by a tick carrying the bacteria that cause Lyme disease , the microbes travel through your bloodstream and can eventually spread to the heart, joints and nervous system. But exactly how these bacteria move inside human blood vessels to spread throughout the body has remained largely a mystery, until now.


  3. Boston Red Sox: David Ortiz makes more home run historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2016 | BoSox Injection

    David Ortiz has reached the 30 home run, 100 RBI plateau for a record 10th time as a member of the Boston Red Sox. The superstar slugger for the Boston Red Sox took a massive swing at the first pitch that he saw in the first inning of Wednesday night's game against the Tampa Bay Rays, depositing it over the right field fence to give his team an early lead.


  4. The West Toronto Railpath Finally Gets Funding For ExpansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2016 | Torontoist

    The federal government announced this week that it will fund $11.7 million of the estimated total of $23 million for the extension. The news comes as part of a larger provincial and federal initiative to fund transportation infrastructure in Ontario.


  5. P.E.I. born film worker leading way for deaf people in industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2016 | CBC News

    Born in P.E.I., Catherine Joell MacKinnon has carved out a career on stage and backstage in film, television and theatre. Catherine Joell MacKinnon, originally from western PEI, has been deaf since birth, but that hasn't stopped her from pursuing her dream of making a career in the arts.


  6. Sears Canada's new logo 'bold, confident' and not blue-and-whiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | Ottawa Citizen

    Sears Canada Inc., the once mighty retail giant, announced it was rebranding Wednesday with a "clean and contemporary logo." The new look, which evenly spaces the five obvious letters, S-E-A-R-S, before a punctuating red stencil of a maple leaf is, at first glance, perhaps a bit nondescript.


  7. The 'We Don't Care' bathroom signs we have been waiting forRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | Mashable

    Canada's largest national fair is taking a stand against gender-segregated bathrooms by featuring new, gender-inclusive bathroom signs. As well as the usual rides, food, shopping and exciting guests, this year, the Canadian National Exhibition has a strong message to send to attendees: "We Don't Care" which bathroom you use.


  8. For a safer, happier city: Just add a little empathyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | TreeHugger

    Open Streets is a wonderful event in Toronto where two major roads are closed to cars for four hours, twice a year. Kids draw on the pavement with chalk, people dance in the streets, bands play, it's a lot of fun.


  9. Cancer survivor gets goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | Salmon Arm Observer

    Going the distance: Megan Leverrier, six, runs in the one-kilometer race at the Canadian Transplant Games, open to those people who have had an organ transplant. Megan received a new liver when she was four.


  10. 5 Favourite Toronto Summer MemoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2016 |

    Summer is going to end sooner rather than later, but it's been three great months of fun-filled sunny days so far. We asked our Twitter followers to share their favourite summer memories in Toronto and got a ton of great answers.


  11. Sephora Expands Its Reimagining of Brick-and-MortarRead the original story

    Aug 22, 2016 | Global Cosmetic Industry

    "Our focus with the Beauty Tip Workshop, which is the new concept ... was not about trying to reinvigorate brick and mortar strategy that's not working. That's not the Sephora way.


  12. Celebrate the end of summer at these Toronto eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2016 |

    Summer might be winding down, but the city of Toronto is still bursting with energy! There's nothing like summer in the city! So, whether you're looking for fun things to do with kids, with friends, with a date, or solo, there are plenty of events happening this August and September that you won't want to miss! It wouldn't be right to mention end of season festivals and events without talking about the most famous one of all, the Canadian National Exhibition or the Ex to many at Exhibition Place. Founded in 1879, the CNE is Canada's largest fair and North America's fifth largest.


  13. The top 33 iconic buildings in Toronto by neighbourhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2016 | BlogTO

    The most iconic buildings in Toronto are not necessarily the oldest or the most architecturally significant, but instead the ones that we immediately conjure when we call to mind an image a of certain neighbourhood or part of the city. These are the buildings that frame Toronto's psychogeography, and exist as touchstones that help us to navigate the place we call home.


  14. Mounties men's soccer ready for fresh start in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2016 | Sackville Tribune-Post

    There is a new feeling in the air when it comes to Mount Allison men's soccer. As the Mounties get set to open camp on Friday, Aug. 26, in preparation for the new Atlantic University Sport men's soccer season, it will be quite a different team from the one that played in 2015.


  15. Debunking the Myth that Cyclists Don't Pay Their Fair Share for the RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2016 | Torontoist

    Have you ever heard that statement from a driver in Toronto, and felt your gut wretch in response? Perhaps you agree with the sentiment. After all, 56 per cent of Torontonians support licensing of cyclists, according to a Forum Research Poll in June.


  16. Review: Jay Hosking's Three Years with the Rat is an ambitiously constructed debut novelRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    Jay Hosking puts the knowledge gleaned from a PhD in neuroscience and MA in creative writing to work in his debut novel, but it's a fragmented story that leaps across genres and never fully comes together. Jay Hosking puts the knowledge gleaned from a PhD in neuroscience and MA in creative writing to work in his debut novel, but it's a fragmented story that leaps across genres and never fully comes together.


  17. Must-See Fall Festivals in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2016 | The Toronto Star

    Think festival season is over? Think again. Just because summer is on its way out doesn't mean the city grinds to a halt - there are lots of fun fall festivals to check out including Toronto Beer Week, the Pioneer Harvest Festival and the Queen West Art Walk.


  18. ON: Brampton Transit to Launch 3 New Bus RoutesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2016 | Mass Transit

    Starting Sept. 6, in time for the new school year, Brampton transit users will have more options to get around with the introduction of the 561 ZA1 4m Queen West, the 199 University of Toronto Mississauga Express and 55 Elbern Markell rapid bus routes.


  19. Lives Lived: Donna Logan Van Vliet, 79Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    Wife, mother, therapeutic touch pioneer. Born on May 10, 1937, in St. Catharines, Ont.; died on May 23, 2016, in Belleville, Ont., of an aneurysm, aged 79 .


  20. A guide to Toronto's 2016 CNE, from someone who has been every year of her lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    Colourful dresses swirl as performers with Puro Mexico dance during the media preview of this year's Canadian National Exhibition on August 17 2016. As well as rides and games of chance, there will be the ever popular food building which will have hot dogs dressed with fired crispy crickets for the brave.