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Good Eats: Best Breakfasts

The number-one thing I look forward to on the weekends is breakfast. The perfect breakfast, for me, is a smorgasbord of grease, savoury tastes, and minimal conversation (I’m not a pretty sight with a mouth full of food). Growing up… Continue Reading →

Fitness Warriors: Jay and Jordan Tackle the 30 Day Challenge

Our Marketing and Sales Manager Jay, and Editorial Assistant Jordan will be participating in a 30 Day Fitness Challenge! Every day, they will be participating in the following 30 Day Challenges (pictured right) and will be monitoring their meals. Every… Continue Reading →

Montreal Condos

Instead of staying in a hotel, why not rent a Montreal condo for the duration of your visit? The benefits of renting versus paying per night can save you a lot of hassle and money in the long run. There… Continue Reading →

#FreezeTheKeys: Beer Store Campaign

The Beer Store is expecting a 15 percent spike in beer sales across the province, equating to 200,000 more 2-4 purchases than usual. The Peel Regional Police and Arrive Alive Drive Sober are partnering up with the Beer Store encouraging footballs… Continue Reading →

Bob and Phil: Two Tales of Car Maintenance

Words by Louis Trottier Most modern vehicles are considered to be superior to their predecessors in just about every way, which has allowed manufacturers to adopt extended maintenance intervals. Unfortunately, this creates a situation where owners think their vehicles are… Continue Reading →

Riverside/Netsilik YMCA Youth Exchange

Words by Ann Ivy Male, Photography by John Cicci Last week 15 students, their families and staff at Riverside Public School in Port Credit hosted to a group of students and teachers from Taloyoak, Nunavut. This was part of the Riverside/Netsilik… Continue Reading →

Triggers Book Launch at Dominion on Queen

On April 3, the Dominion on Queen hosted the launch of Robert J. Sawyer’s new novel, Triggers. Dominion is a pub located around Queen and Parliament, and it specializes in craft beers. The event had a great turnout—when we arrived,… Continue Reading →

The Rise and Fall of Dance Electric, Pt. 2

Words by Chris Carriere Alright, here goes nothing. When last we left you, Dance Electric were riding high. We had a bit of a monster metaphor running, so let’s give it once last gasp before we drop it in favour… Continue Reading →

Movie review: Is The Raid: Redemption the best action film of the year?

Last week, I told you about how awesome it was to watch Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts at the Toronto Underground Cinema. The next day, I got the flipside of the movie-watching experience by going to the Scotiabank Theatre to catch… Continue Reading →

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