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10 tips for forex beginners

Posted on 04 August 2021

Forex trading is one of the most lucrative and exciting money-making activities in the financial market. However, it is not an easy task, and many beginners who have not taken time to learn crucial basics have been burned. These traders then cynically declare that forex is a sham and that the market is not predictable. The truth is forex trading is a continual learning process, so interested parti ...

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Cereal-infused gelato is arriving in Toronto for the summer

Posted on 01 August 2021

Cereal is a nostalgic childhood staple and something adults seem to see less and less of, which prompted Desean Gremli and Tolu Makinde back in 2016 to create JAM Cereal (Just Add Milk). What they came up with was turning their favourite cereals into different treats like ice cream sandwiches, customized to-go bowls, milkshakes and gelato. Gremli said they wanted to offer exactly what people look ...

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Toronto coffee spot Brockton Haunt has been transformed into a skate shop

Posted on 01 August 2021

Calling all skateboard lovers looking for a caffeine fix––Brockton Haunt is the place for you. With coffee in the front and a skate shop in the back, this one-of-a-kind store makes homemade coffee and baked goods. They also sell beans from local producers such as Pilot Coffee Roasters and Sam James Coffee Bar. One of the owners and barista, Julie Kell, opened the shop eight years ago wi ...

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The Best Food Markets and Halls in Toronto

Posted on 01 August 2021

Toronto's best food markets and halls are worth exploring from top to bottom, whether you're searching for the most Insta-worthy eats or inspiration for your next home-cooked feast. Located across the city, these spots offer a world of flavours and are sure to impress with an abundance of gorgeous ingredients and flavour-packed, singular dishes. Whether you want to travel the world via fork or si ...

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This Influencer Is Walking Us Through Toronto Architecture One Post At A Time

Posted on 01 August 2021

It can be tricky to navigate the world of social media, especially when it comes to deciding which type of content to follow. Instagram can be used in so many different ways and you can follow people who showcase their work, love food, travel, and even educate. Keeping a variety of content in your feed will ensure you’re learning something new each day. Anne Vranic, or @annevranic, is walking h ...

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Toronto Restaurants you NEED to Check Out During Peruvian Cuisine Week

Posted on 01 August 2021

I’m willing to bet we have all tried, and enjoyed, Latin food in our lifetime. But have you ever tried Peruvian food? Whether it be classic Peruvian dishes, or the plethora of fusion food out there, it’s some of the best eats in the world. Well here’s your chance. PROMPERU Canada has teamed up with Peruvian and Latin restaurants across Canada to bring us Peruvian Cuisine Week. There’s neve ...

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Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre Transformed by Local Artists to ‘Stir Creativity

Posted on 01 August 2021

It’s safe to say that during lockdown we all had to find unique ways to be creative. Whether that was writing, drawing, painting, or crafting, we all picked up a new hobby or two. ‘Stir Creativity’ is an initiative led by Bombay Sapphire which aims to inspire us all to find new ways to get creative. In support, The Bombay Art project is being held at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre ...

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A massive 'Candy Land' immersive experience is opening soon in the GTA

Posted on 01 August 2021

Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to live inside of the game Candy Land? Well, Sugar Rush Toronto, a new immersive open-air experience with 40,000 sq ft of colourful installations all inspired by candy is probably the closest you’ll get. All that sugary goodness is only happening for a month so let’s get into the details. Sugar Rush Toronto is happening at Square One Shopping Cent ...

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The majestic Scandinavian spa near Toronto is now open for the summer

Posted on 24 June 2021

The Scandinave Spa near Blue Mountain is welcoming visitors to its Nordic baths once again, good news for anyone hoping to soak in its restorative waters this summer. The turquoise pools with a Nordic waterfall and surrounding forest views located two hours from Toronto officially reopened this past weekend as part of Ontario's first step in its reopening plan. Ongoing reduced capacity and ...

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Toronto woman fined $6,250 when she tried to get back into Canada at Niagara Falls

Posted on 24 June 2021

A Toronto woman plans to put up a fight after she was slapped with a $6,250 fine when crossing the U.S. border with a negative COVID-19 test in hand. The woman, who has asked not to be named for this article, tells blogTO she was crossing the U.S. border with a friend at the Rainbow Bridge crossing from Niagara Falls around midnight on June 9. She had been away in Mexico for about four mont ...