Downtown Seen

Seen: Mad About Margaret’s gala

On October 21, Margaret’s on Broadview held its fifth annual gala fundraiser at Daniels Spectrum. Margaret’s is a charity which operates a home and programmes for homeless women suffering from long-term mental disabilities, providing them a safe and caring environment. ...

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Seen: Waterfront Marathon

On Oct. 16 flag wavers, drummers and running enthusiasts gathered along Front Street in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood to cheer on weary runners on the last leg of the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Runners passed through Cabbagetown, Corktown and Harbourfront. ...

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Seen: Simpsons staff last hurrah

When a military regiment is disbanded, its Colours are said to be ‘laid up’, formally, in a church or other solemn repository. Its veterans continue to meet and remember over the years, in dwindling numbers, until a time comes when ...

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Seen: FanExpo Canada 2016

FanExpo Canada 2016 held in the heart of Toronto proved to be a hub for the cosplay experience. With costumes ranging from anime, comics, gaming, and even horror, there was no shortage of creativity. Highlights of this years event included an ...

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Seen: Regent Park BBQ

On Aug. 28, crowds lined up under sunny skies in the new Regent Park next to the aquatic centre for hot dogs, hamburgers and refreshments compliments of Toronto-Centre MP Bill Morneau. The day included cotton candy, live entertainment and games ...

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Seen: St James Town Festival

On Aug 27, St James Town held its annual festival on a sunny and warm afternoon with local performers in the central green space at the top of Ontario St. The Bulletin’s intrepid photographer was unable to resist the culinary ...

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Downtown Seen Sept 2016: Cityfest

On Aug 27, Canoe Landing Park at Concord CityPlace (Spadina and Fort York Blvd.) took on a festival atmosphere as residents and young families enjoyed the sights and sounds of Cityfest. The day-long event featured food trucks, art, music and ...

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Seen: Open Streets TO

On August 21st, Yonge St. between Bloor and Queen was closed to traffic for almost eight hours as pedestrians walked freely along the road for Open Streets TO. Select routes across the city were open to pedestrians to bike, walk, ...

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