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Condo Developers Now Using Art To Stand Out

Make way for a new look for Toronto Condo Developments around the city!  One particular condo development, the One o One condos in midtown Toronto could easily be mistaken for a nightclub or graffiti-splashed alley. Instead of the muted colours and cookie-cutter designs that fill many condo buildings, developer Camrost Felcorp hired Toronto artist Anthony Ricciardi to create seven murals splattered with bright paint and a rainbow of drip marks. The flashy pieces put the building in a growing group of condo complexes whose hallways, lobbies and outdoor grounds are being emblazoned with massive murals, ornate sculptures or dozens of commissioned art pieces or custom photographs. Among the installations that have cropped up outside Toronto condos in recent years are a set of tall jagged red posts, a blue tangled rubber band-like sculpture and a handful of white whirlpool installations. Real estate veterans say such art is an attempt by developers to bring a community feel to shared spaces, but also a bid to attract buyers. Large installations are popping up at an increasing rate, they say because many developers are realizing their benefits after the city started encouraging builders to allocate a minimum of one per cent of every project's construction costs on public art. This new take on Art certainly adds to Toronto's downtown core where buildings, streets and busy traffic are the only sights you usually see.  
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The 114th Annual Toronto Santa Claus Parade

The 114th Annual Toronto Santa Claus Parade
It is that time of year again!  The 114th Annual Toronto Santa Claus parade has announced the date for this year's parade.  It will be held on November 18th, 2018  Parade Details - Sunday, November 18th starting at 12:30 pm, the parade will begin at Christie Pit's, travelling eastbound to the ROM, then south on Avenue to Wellington, eastbound to Yonge St travelling to St. Lawrence Market.  This year, Santa’s important journey will be accompanied with “Rudolph The Red Nose Day” on Friday, November 16th. Santa will be asking everyone to wear their nose to show some spirit and support!    For more details, please visit the Toronto Santa Claus Parade Official site by clicking here  Santa Claus Parade
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Toronto Pumpkinfest 2018 - Thanksgiving weekend

Toronto Pumpkinfest 2018 - Thanksgiving weekend
Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins This Thanksgiving weekend, celebrate with a visit to the Toronto Pumpkinfest!! Toronto Pumpkinfest is back at Downsview Park for Oct 6th, Oct 7th and Oct 8th.  Welcoming the fall season with beautiful colours, pumpkin spiced everything and best of all, pumpkinfest! Bring your kids to celebrate  New for 2018 Free admission to festival grounds Free Parking Food Trucks Amazing food vendors Featured attractions Peter’s Pumpkin Patch Costume contest Pumpkin Pie eating contest Pumpkin Games Carnival Games Kids Midway Jumping Castles Inflatable Corn Maze   For more information and to purchase tickets, click this link Pumpkinfest tickets
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MaRS, Instacart announce tech hubs in Toronto

This week has been quite a newsworthy item for tech news in Toronto. A big announcement of two new tech hubs from MaRS Discovery District and Instacart along with Elevate kicking off its second annual, city-wide tech fest on Tuesday. Yung Wu, CEO of MaRS made the announcement on the Elevate main stage that its newest tech hub will occupy a 24,000 square-foot space along Toronto’s waterfront as part of the Toronto Waterfront Innovation Centre. This new hub developed in partnership with the University of Toronto will be located in the to-be-created HIVE tower stated the press release and will provide a collaborative work-space for scaling startups. The Waterfront Innovation Centre, situated near Sugar Beach and Sidewalk Labs’ Quayside location, is set to open in 2021 and is estimated to accommodate 3,000 workers. On the same day, Instacart, the San Francisco-based grocery delivery service announced its own tech hub, calling it a significant expansion of its presence in Canada. The hub, to be named “Instacart North”, will create 200 new jobs in Toronto over the next several years in engineering, product, design and research and development. The company has been growing its connection with the city over the past year with the acquisition of Toronto-based Unata which was announced in January.  This news just shows how Toronto has quickly become one of the hottest tech markets in the world.
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New Concert Hall Approved For Toronto Beaches

Live Nation's proposal to convert part of the Champions-Greenwood Off-Track Betting teletheatre at Queen Street East and Kingston Road into a live music venue has received approval from the Toronto and East York Committee of Adjustment. The vote gives the green light to move forward with alterations to the existing entertainment venue and increase capacity over two levels by 200 to 2,700. The theatre is expected to be operated by Live Nation and will occupy 3,150 square metres of the space at the east end of the complex. The facility has parking for 700 vehicles, rear-door loading facilities and public transit. 
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Huge Festival at Toronto Beaches This Weekend

Fall is on its way but you can still party it up at the beach this weekend. The Toronto Beaches Festival will be taking place on September 22 and 23 at Woodbine Beach. Sun is in the forecast this weekend so head to the beach and get ready for some good eats, music, and entertainment. Participate in volleyball and yoga on site, try out the silent disco and karaoke, and jam to 80s and 90s hits throughout the weekend. The best part of it all…admission is free!   Bring your towel, swimsuit, and flip-flops and give summer a proper send-off at the beach. Toronto Beaches Festival Where: Woodbine Beach — 1675 Lake Shore Blvd E. When: Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23, 2018 Time: September 22: Noon to 8 pm/ September 23: Noon to 6 pm Admission: Free!
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Countertenor Madness concert on Friday, October 5 at 7:30 p.m

The Countertenor Madness concert on Friday, October 5 at 7:30 p.m. will showcase five countertenors in a one-of-a-kind extravaganza. It is rare enough to have one countertenor roaming around, but it is almost unheard of to have five in the same concert. This is possibly one of the only times you will hear such a unique event. Toronto Symphony Orchestra bassist and KRVCS Music Director Tim Dawson dreamed up this unusual event—bringing together world-renowned countertenor Daniel Taylor with four of his countertenor pupils:César Aguilar, Benjamin Shaw, Ian Sabourin and Ryan McDonald. The concert will feature a varied program. You’ll hear some standard countertenor repertoire and a few more modern works. All of these singers are currently pursuing graduate or postgraduate degrees at the University of Toronto. They have been recognized for their beautiful voices across Canada and around the world.  Tickets are $25 at the door or through  
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Pot sales online this fall and in retail shops in April 2019

With lots of empty stores for lease in and around the Beach community and marijuana becoming legal in Ontario for the first time as early as this fall, the question is: will cannabis stores take over the area? Before making such assumptions, it’s important to hone in on some facts. The Ontario government will legalize cannabis sales on October 17, however, it will only be accessible online through the Ontario Cannabis Store’s mail-order service for now. People can order 30 grams (which is one ounce) of dried recreational cannabis at one time for personal use. People can also purchase legal seeds from the online store to grow up to four plants per residence. Meanwhile, because the legalization of cannabis was done at a federal level, the municipal levels of government are trying to figure out bylaws and licensing requirements as to how privately owned cannabis shops will allow businesses to function and which level of government will be responsible for inspection and law enforcement. According to the Ontario government’s website, a private retail model will be established on April 1, 2019. Generally, to run a legal cannabis store, the retailer will be required to possess a licence from the Ontario government, the business will need security checks and proper zoning sites, and it must be placed in a location with the consent of the community, said Elliot. It will be next to impossible for anyone under the age of 19 to get access to cannabis as anyone who can legally purchase

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Woodbine bike lane connection to Martin Goodman Trail moves forward

The Woodbine bike lanes are getting a connection to the Martin Goodman Trail south of Queen Street East nearly a year after they were installed. On July 30, city council approved a plan to install two new traffic signals—one at Woodbine and Dixon Avenues, another at Queen, Lockwood Road and Sarah Ashbridge Avenue—needed for the extension which was approved with the original lanes. The forthcoming extension continues south along Lockwood Road from the contra-flow bike lane on Dixon east of Woodbine.  The lane runs south of Queen on Sarah Ashbridge, then turns east on Boardwalk Drive before running south on Joseph Duggan Road. The new signals will be installed in 2019. 
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It's is going to be a hot weekend!

After a cool start to the week, Toronto is going to get warm again by the weekend. For those of you looking to still enjoy the summer weather, this weekend will be one to look forward to! According to the Weather Network, the cooler summer temperatures won’t be lasting long. So for those enjoying these fall-like conditions, get outside while it lasts. By Friday afternoon, the weekend weather will be switching to feel more like 37°C. And it will keep climbing. Saturday is forecasted to be sunny, with a chance of showers and a high of 29°C, but feeling more like 38°C.
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