|Physically Separated Bike Lanes in New York City (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
from NOW Toronto: Sharing Sherbourne Toronto's first separated bike lanes aren' t preventing drivers from blocking cyclists' paths. By Ben Spurr Toronto's first ...
Jessica Demers Recruited to Lakers Nordic Ski Team
Hailing from Timmins, Ontario, she is a member of the Ontario Ski Team and the Porcupine Ski Runners Club. She trained with the Lakers Nordic program over ...
At the end of another year, it’s time to connect with friends and community and reflect on what is meaningful. To all of you who have worked so hard with us for healthy landscapes in southwestern Ontario this year, we deeply appreciate your efforts to protect this vital ecoregion. It is meaningful work you're doing, so keep it up!
From all of us at Carolinian Canada Coalition, we wish you happiness this holiday and throughout the new year.
If you like picturesque nature in winter, please enjoy this beautiful photo taken by Executive Director Michelle Kanter
Best wishes from the CCC Team
The smells of fresh baked bread, steamed pork and sugar fill the air and the sound of Mandarin Chinese fills my ears. Here I am at what seems to be the start of a bad joke: “two Brits, a Singaporean, a South American and a group of Canadians meet at a Chinese bakery…” As the talk begins topics like slavery, Napoleon and sugar beets all come up in conversation while the taste of egg tart tantalizes the tongue.
The scenario above could easily be misunderstood as any quote from any travel blog or adventure narrative, but the reality is it was just another Sunday here in the best city in the world, Toronto. As a local and this city’s biggest fan I might be a little bit biased. So when an acquaintance invited me on something called a “tasty tour” of the city, there was no way I could decline!
Audrey Ooi is a talented young entrepreneur who started a city ‘tasting tour’ business,with her love of food and creativity locals and tourist alike can get to know the products of local bakers, restaurants and shops that much better. Though I have been to Kensington market, hiding behind Toronto’s China-town, an uncountable amount of times I had never seen it though Audrey’s eyes. Cupcakes at Cora’s, Wasabi truffles at the Chocolate Addict, churros at Panchos, and luxury marshmallow and chocolate at the Blue Banana made me realize not just how multicultural Toronto is, but also no matter how well you think you know a place there is always something new to explore. I cannot think of a better way to spend a Sunday.
Climbing a slippery slope
Niagara Falls Review
“It would be nice to see an Ice Climbing World Cup event come to Canada. ... At home, he trains four or five days a week on a climbing wall in his basement ...