Home cooks from around the world made a comfort-food favourite on Family Day in support of Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank. The Chef Upstairs, a cooking studio in Toronto, hosted the world’s largest virtual cooking…
Toronto Observer reporter Ahmed Dirie covered the Family Day snowstorm. On February 15, 2021, 10 – 20 cm of snow blanketed the city of Toronto, impacting driving conditions and bus routes. It forced the closure…
The town of Ajax’s annual Winterfest drew approximately 5,000 people outdoors, thanks in part an enthusiastic team of lumberjacks and the addition of a synthetic skating rink this year.
Despite the unusually warm February weather, Campbell Park saw a great turnout of skaters at its rink Monday.
Two drivers suffered only minor injuries despite one car flipping upside down after a two-vehicle collision Monday.
Parents and kids can enjoy a day of free skating and other fun on Family Day, thanks to the city and the Maple Leafs organization.
Open • Toronto Zoo – featuring special Family Day events • Movie theatres • Scarborough Museum • Scarborough Civic Centre – featuring Family Day events from noon – 4 p.m. Closed • LCBO and The…
Celebrate Scarborough’s diverse cultures through music, dance and art in Scarborough. Bring your skates and take a spin on the outdoor ice rink.
Enjoy some wild fun and learn about zoo conservation. Check out the family trees at many indoor pavilion exhibits and learn fun family facts about your favourite Zoo families.
For the month with the fewest days, February really has a lot to offer: Several Black History Month events, speeches and workshops across the city. Countless, traditional Chinese New Year celebrations almost everywhere you turn. Endless amounts of red decorations, roses and chocolates lining the shopping centres in anticipation for Valentine’s Day.