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News | Sep 22, 2015
Toronto Beer Week

Toronto Beer Week showcasing craft brewers through until Sept. 26

Toronto’s beer connoisseurs will be able to expand their brew palates throughout Toronto Beer Week, which is currently...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
WhatsOn | Sep 15, 2015
Downtown Grill

Electric hibachi touted as a safe indoor barbecue replacement

Living in a condominium isn’t conducive to grilling – for safety reasons, most condos don’t allow traditional propane...

York Guardian | by Antoine Tedesco
News | Sep 06, 2015
Cabbagetown Festival

Cabbagetown Festival kicks off with short film and video festival at Daniels Spectrum

The streets of Cabbagetown will once again host the city with the return of the annual Cabbagetown Festival. The annual...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Sep 04, 2015

Hot & Spicy Food Festival this weekend at Harbourfront Centre

Lovers of spicy food can test their taste buds at Harbourfront Centre this weekend with the coming of the Hot & Spicy Food...

City Centre Mirror
News | Sep 01, 2015

Pinot & Paint raises money for Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs

Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs is asking people to channel their inner Picasso for a good cause. The organization’s...

City Centre Mirror
News | Aug 27, 2015
The Food Building app

Skip long CNE food building lineups with new app

One of the best things about going to The Ex is the food, and one of the worst is the lineups to get that food. But one...

North York Mirror | by Hilary Caton
Aug 19, 2015

The CNE opens Friday with new food including bacon-wrapped grilled cheese from Bacon Nation and deep-fried cheesecake from Pickled Pete’s

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) has revealed its lineup of new foods and it’s epic. The selection this year is...

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Aug 18, 2015

Downtown Toronto Signs restaurant been serving the hearing impaired for a year

Having just turned a year old, Signs Restaurant is continuing to offer Torontonians the kind of dining experience they won’t...

City Centre Mirror | 1 Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jul 29, 2015

Pan American Food Festival brings tastes and cultures to Daniels Spectrum

While the Pan Am Games are officially in the rear-view mirror, the city’s celebration of North and South American culture is...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jul 23, 2015

Peaches and Green brings healthy living to midtown

Over the past 25 years, the health food industry has changed immensely, and few know how it has evolved more than George...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jul 07, 2015

Riverdale Farm welcomes Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market

When the Riverdale Farm Farmers’ Market drew to a close after a challenging 2014, it appeared the long-running attraction...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jul 03, 2015

Take the #LemonChallenge4Change for gender equality

Every day millions of girls around the world are discriminated against, or denied access to an education or basic human...

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Jul 03, 2015

A Mad Mexican heads to Taste of Toronto

Mexico City native Jose Hadad got his culinary start working in kitchens at the age of 17. However, it was long before...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment | by Lisa Rainford
Jul 02, 2015

Frozen chicken nuggets, strips, burgers recalled

You may want to check your frozen breaded chicken products before you pop them into the oven as a number of No Name and...

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Jun 30, 2015

7 free Toronto food festivals this Summer

As a city with a diverse array of cultures, it only makes sense Toronto offers an equally diverse selection of food. As the...

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Jun 29, 2015

Kensington Market food shop at Taste of Toronto

Kensington Market has long been known for its eclectic mix of small businesses, but even in that diverse neighbourhood,...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner

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