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Summer Fun for Everyone in Southern Ontario

Summer Fun for Everyone
Southern Ontario’s Must See Historical Attractions & Destinations

Summer Fun in Ontario

Whether you are a family of 4 or a couple of empty nesters, there are so many historical attractions and destinations to be revisited and discovered for some summer fun in Ontario.

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The Ultimate Girls’ Day Out: National Women’s Show #NWSToronto Nov. 4,5,6 2016

national-womens-show-bannerI am so excited! It’s almost here. The annual National Women’s Show. It is MY day, my own little Christmas if you will. I look forward to attending each and every year.

What do I love about the National Women’s Show? There are so many things!

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ToiletTree Products Facial and Body Brush System Travel Case Combo

toilettree-product-facial-and-body-brush-systemToiletTree Products Facial and Body Brush System would be a welcome addition to anyone’s skin care regimen, I know it is for mine. With summer coming to an end, as the leaves turn colour with our beautiful and cool fall weather, pretty soon winter will be rearing its ugly head. Keeping our skin moisturized and healthy is so important.

 

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SP-2 PRINTER LAUNCH #INSTAXSHARETO from FUJIFILM x KASTOR & POLLUX

InstaxShareto-1July 18, 2016 – TORONTO, ON: Fujifilm and Toronto-based digital and experiences agency Kastor & Pollux teamed up for a 2-day photo sharing activation to celebrate the release of the Instax Share SP-2 printer. Following an invite-only media launch event, Fujifilm and Kastor & Pollux opened the doors of 12 Ossington Ave. for a public viewing with a meet-and-greet with special guest Jenn Im (@imjennim) of YouTube channel Clothes Encounters.

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The Citizen Restaurant + Bar Unveils Menu By New Co-Chefs

Citizen Bar RestaurantJuly 11th, 2016 (Toronto, ON) – The Citizen Restaurant + Bar will unveil its revamped menu by new co-chefs, former Chopped Canada contestant, Jonathan O’Callaghan and Binh An Nguyen, on Tuesday, July 19th, 2016.

Whenever I visit Toronto, I like to visit a different restaurant each time. The Citizen Restaurant & Bar is definitely on my list of go to places. I love vintage design and antiques. The detailed decor of the 1930’s, integration of Toronto’s history and the meticulous care from the plates to the hand made cocktails make for an atmosphere that I would certainly enjoy. Everything about this place is perfect. I was speaking to the chef who works here and they mentioned how they were inspired by other restaurants when it came to finding innovative ways of growing their customers and their business overall. There are many ways that businesses can do this , but found that the most effective ways of doing this to suit their business was looking into a site like https://restaurantpossystems.com/best-restaurant-pos/, where they realised that in order to grow even more than they have, the use of technology in the form of a POS system would be the best route to go down and help make the organisation of their business run a lot smoother. This restaurant is willing to do anything in order to make their businesses become as successful as they know it can be.

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TO Food Tours Launches in Toronto #foodtoursTO

TOFoodToursToronto is on the rise as one of the top destinations for unique food and culture experiences. Exploring the city beyond the typical tourist spots can be a daunting task which is why Toronto Food Tours has curated one of-a-kind culinary tours to help discover and explore our beloved city.

From the reaches of Riverside & Leslieville hot spots to the depths of private downtown wine cellars they offer tours that satisfy a range of adventurous cravings.
Toronto Food Tours is locally owned and operated by partners Chef Scott Savoie, the city’s original and iconic food tour guy, and John Anderson, a local restaurateur and pub owner for over 25 years.

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My Day in Hamilton at #MonsterJam 2016

MonsterJam-LogoI have been to Monster Jam many times. Most of my visits were when my son was much younger at the tender ages of between 6 and 9. We sat looking at all the Monster Trucks waiting in anticipation for the action to begin. The sights, the sounds and lights were almost mesmerizing to my son. I still recall the huge smile on his face as we entered the arena. At that time, he had a huge fascination with all things BIG. His favourite TV show was Mighty Machines.

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Moroccanoil Greta Constantine 10th Anniversary – Casa Loma #GetTheLook

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Greta Constantine 10th Anniversary Party
Casa Loma, Toronto

 

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Travel Made Easy with the ToiletTree Products Toiletry Bag

ToiletreeProducts-ToiletryBagI LOVE my new ToiletTree Products Toiletry Bag! This bag is the perfect travel bag to store all your essentials in. It is very lightweight has quite a bit of storage space.

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5th Annual Memory Ball Charity Event to End Alzheimers #MemoryBall #EndAlz

MemoryBallTORONTO (February 29th, 2016) – Every 4 seconds, someone around the globe is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. By the year 2038, approximately 1,125,200 Canadians will have dementia; 2.8% of the Canadian population. The cumulative economic burden of this rise in these aging diseases will be $872 billion dollars. These are the facts and the young, dynamic team at the Alzheimer Society of Toronto’sYoung Leaders Council (YLC) is committed to relaying these facts while actioning change and educationaround the debilitating disease. Just one of their initiatives, the highly anticipated Memory Ball gala, isreturning in its 5th year for all to attend.

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