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What to See and Do at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto

Nathan Phillips Square is a vibrant, active space that’s located in the heart of Toronto. Each year it attracts millions of people for everything ranging from tourists visiting the city, to special events, special and seasonal gatherings, to protests. As Liisa Ladouceur suggests – it’s a great place to get a pulse on the city. …

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Journey Through History At The Northern Ontario Railroad Museum In Capreol, Ontario

The Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre offers an incredible dive into the history of railroads in the provinces north. Situated in the town of Capreol, Ontario, the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre is a fascinating destination for those interested in the rich history of the railways in Ontario. Just 40 minutes …

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Where to See Classical Music in Toronto: Your Guide to Toronto’s Classical Music Scene

Toronto has a well established classical music scene, and one that has a world-class reputation. If you haven’t yet explored Toronto’s classical music side, we’re here to help you today to put a few more pins on your exploration map. One of the best things to do in Toronto is see a concert. Whatever style …

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The Spadina Museum: A Historic House & Gardens with An Important New Art Exhibition

When visiting Casa Loma in Toronto, you might wonder about the beautiful Victorian mansion and gardens across the street. That’s one of Toronto’s best free museums, the historical Spadina House. And right now it’s also the site of a thought-provoking art exhibition that examines the city’s Black history. One of the most interesting things about …

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15 Black-Owned Ontario Businesses That You Can Support During Black History Month, and Beyond

February, as we all know, is Black History Month in Canada. Ultimate Ontario contributor Willa Jaggi shares 15 black-owned Ontario businesses to have on your radar this month, and urges us to remember that these innovative businesses can certainly be supported well beyond the month of February. To most of the world, February is a …

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Comedy in Toronto: Your Guide to Toronto’s Comedy Clubs and Festivals

Toronto is a beacon for comedy in Ontario, and an epicentre of Canadian comedy in many ways. If you’re looking to tap into that side of things and laugh a little, UO contributor Liisa Ladouceur is here to let you know where to go. What’s so funny about Toronto? Visit one of the Toronto comedy …

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Your Guide to Valentine’s Day in Ontario: How to Enjoy the Day for Both Couples and Singles

Valentine’s Day in Ontario has a lot of connotations as to what it should be, but the truth is, you get design your own Valentine’s Day, and have fun with it. UO Contributor Willa Jaggi walks us through how we can enjoy the date with our partner, and totally embrace it as a unapologetic single. …

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Visiting the St. Lawrence Market: Eat Your Way Through This Historic Toronto Market

One of Toronto’s biggest tourist attractions is a foodie paradise in waiting. Ultimate Ontario contributor Liisa Ladouceur gives us the low down on the top eats at the St. Lawrence Market! Is the best food market in the world in Toronto? On the streets outside Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market large banners proclaim that it is …

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Your Guide to the McMichael Canadian Art Collection: Canada’s Largest Publicly Funded Art Gallery!

The McMichael Canadian Art Collection, in Kleinburg, Ontario, initially found fame as a cultural stronghold for the Group of Seven, but over time has expanded to become a mirror to the Canadian art landscape. There’s also a myriad of exploration to be done on their trails, in their gardens, as well as visiting the McMichael …

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WinterFest at Canada’s Wonderland: Your Complete Guide to Vaughan’s Immersive Winter Playground

Every year, Canada’s Wonderland transforms into a winter wonderland for WinterFest. We let you know exactly how to get the most out of the magic at this Vaughan, Ontario attraction. We recently had the chance to step into a world of holiday magic at Canada’s Wonderland. Many of our readers will be familiar with Canada’s …

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