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Get Your Tickets Now for the Stop’s What’s On The Table

For the tenth year in a row, the Stop Community Food Centre will be raising funds with What’s On The Table, a gala benefit dinner featuring food and drink stations from some of the best chefs, vineyards and breweries in the city! With eats from Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, the Gabardine, Jamie Kennedy Kitchens, Monforte, Ruby Watchco, Soma… Read More »

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Holistic in the City Potluck at Trinity Bellwoods

Come hang out with the seven nutritionists behind Holistic In The City and eat some delicious food while you’re there! The seven of us will be hanging out in Trinity Bellwoods Park on Saturday, Sept. 6 and would love to meet you! We’ll be gathering in front of the green house at 2 pm! Bring… Read More »


Seminar: Improving Digestion and Beating the Bloat

Do you get bloated after a meal? Or maybe you experience acid reflux? Are you pooping at LEAST once a day? And what’s the consistency like?  These are some personal questions, I know, but they are important ones! Digestive issues can be at the root cause of a lot of health problems and, left untreated,… Read More »

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PHOTOS! Let’s All Go To The Ex

It’s that time of year again: the carnival is in town, kiddies! The Ex (or The CNE, Canadian National Exhibition) runs until September 1st, and can be found in that usually-vacant space of concrete between King Street West, Dufferin Street, Lake Ontario and Bathurst Street. It’s a great place to squeal with joy over baby… Read More »


Toronto’s First Annual Coconut Festival Comes to Wychwood Barns

Whether you can’t stop extolling the virtues of the oil or the water, coconuts are “having a moment” in that weird way that food sometimes does. (This cranky vegetarian is still sore after the Summer of Pork and happy that cauliflower’s reign as Vegetable du Jour is going strong.) The Coconut Festival takes place on Sunday,… Read More »

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PHOTOS! Toronto’s 47th Annual Caribana Parade

Over a million people took to Lakeshore West over the weekend to participate in Toronto’s 47th annual Caribana Parade. From Jamaica to Grenada, Haiti to Trinidad, the diversity of nations represented and colourful costumes is one of the things we love most about Toronto in the summer. Check out our fun pics below!