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$49 & up -- Passes to Attractions in 9 Cities, incl. Toronto   By Anna Heinemann Plan your next vacation to one of nine major cities and save more than 40% on admission to the some of the most popular attractions with a CityPASS. Sites include the CN Tower in Toronto, the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, the Empire State Building Observatory in New York and Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco. Choose from the following cities: Atlanta ($74 for adults; $59 for children) Boston ($54 for adults; $39 for children) Chicago ($94 for adults; $79 for children) Houston ($49 for adults; $39 for children) New York City ($109 for adults; $82 for children) Philadelphia ($62 for adults; $39 for children) San Francisco ($86 for adults; $64 for children) Seattle ($64 for adults; $44 for children)  Toronto ($69.50 for adults; $44.75 for children) Passes are valid for nine days, starting with the day of first use, giving you plenty of time to explore. Plus, the CityPASS includes line-skipping privileges at most attractions. Click on the city of your choice above for more information on what is included.  *Terms/Conditions: Vouchers must be redeemed for CityPASS booklets by Feb. 28, 2015. See each city's page for more information. Restrictions may apply.
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Queen Street rules and the Ford Effect: lessons from Toronto's street sign auction

The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Apr. 29 2014, 1:00 PM EDT Surplus Toronto street signs ? some of them autographed by the city?s notorious Mayor Rob Ford ? went on auction this week. Early bids on the 105 decommissioned Toronto street signs have produced a few surprises, not to mention some lessons on the city?s political and spiritual geography. All bid prices are as of Tuesday morning. Queen Street rules: Four of the top 12 bids are for Queen Street, with Queen Street East consistently outpacing Queen Street West. The top-priced bid on Tuesday was $555 for a Queen Street East sign autographed by Mayor Rob Ford. The Ford Effect: Mayor Ford autographed 16 of the 105 signs available. The early evidence is that the mayor?s autograph adds value ? or subtracts, depending on the location. Those looking for a piece of Queen Street East put a premium on the mayor?s penmanship, with the autographed version at $555 versus $425 unadorned. Travel to Queen Street West, however, and the same sign is valued more highly without the autograph ($345) than with ($330). Perhaps those seeking a memento of Queen West?s vanished pre-hipster glory days are less enamoured of the mayor? Bay Street undervalued? For a street that?s synonymous with money, Bay Street signs appear to be going cheap. The autographed version is bid at $365, with unsigned versions at $325 and $290. Then again, the auction lasts for 60 days, so the smart money may be in derivatives. Here

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$99 -- ‘Kurios’ by Cirque du Soleil w/Popcorn, Soda and Gift* By Anna Heinemann Exclusively for Travelzoo subscribers, the new Cirque du Soleil big top show "Kurios - Cabinet of Curiosities" is offering a complimentary popcorn, soda, candy and souvenir gift (package valued at $31) with the purchase of seats to select August and September performances in Toronto. Price Level 2 tickets are $99-$105 and Price Level 1 tickets are $120 for the following performances under the Grand Chapiteau at The Port Lands: Friday, Aug. 29 at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 31 at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4 at 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 7 at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28 at 5 p.m. Child tickets (ages 2-12) are also available at these performances for $10 less than the prices listed. The high prices are for the Friday and Sunday performances. Drawing inspiration from technological innovations of the late 19th century, the show delves into a world of curiosity and mystery. Inside the curio cabinet of an ambitious inventor, the visible becomes invisible, perspectives are transformed and the world is literally turned upside down. Book by May 11. How to book   ClickClick here to book online at Cirque du Soleil Select date from the calendar. Enter quantity then select seating section from the seating chart.

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FW: What's on in Toronto this weekend

  From: Tony Slavin [mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.] Sent: April-26-14 2:52 PMTo: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.'Subject: What's on in Toronto this weekend  What's on in Toronto this weekend April 26 Ralph Thornton Centre (765 Queen St. E). Trade School Toronto is an alternative learning project that runs on a barter system. Pay for a class ... 
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Downtown east end gets ready for a cleaning

Beach Mirror By Joanna Lavoie April 24 2014 While spring may be the ideal time to clean your home and/or yard, it?s also a perfect occasion to give the community a good scrubbing by taking part in one of dozens of local clean-up events, set to take place throughout Riverdale, Leslieville and the Beach this weekend and in the weeks to come. Over in Riverside, the Riverside Green Initiative (RGI), a grassroots community group made up of people who live, work and play in the Riverside area, with the support of the Riverside Business Improvement Area will be hosting a community clean-up event of the new Joel Weeks Park and the surrounding area on Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to noon. Those interested in taking part should meet at 50 Mathilda St., which is located at the north end of Joel Weeks Park. Participants should bring garden gloves, a rake and/or a broom and dress accordingly. The Riverside Green Initiative was formed in early 2012 with the goal of doing outreach, education and community-building around green initiatives, specifically guiding the development of a new community garden space in the redeveloped Joel Weeks Park, which is located north of Queen Street East and west of Broadview Avenue. While community gardening is the core focus of the group, current and future activities include seasonal neighbourhood clean-ups, workshops on nutrition, container gardening, a farmers? market and other complimentary green community initiatives in partnership with Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation, the Toronto Community

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The sun is shining outside and it looks like it should be a warm spring day. I am thinking that I would love to pack a picnic lunch and take my daughter to the beach to play... but then I open the door and am hit with a cold wind. I wonder what the temperature is... turns's 6 degrees. The thought of wearing a hat and a winter coat to the beach is too depressing. We will go when its warmer...hopefully thats soon!!!! Come on spring!!!!!
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