Toronto

A Transit Fan’s History of Toronto’s Iconic CLRV Streetcar

The Canadian Light Rail Vehicle (CLRV) has been a unique staple of Toronto for 40 years. They’ve rumbled across Toronto streets ever since September 30, 1979. Now, they are retired as of December 29th, 2019. CREDITS Article co-written by @transit_insider and @br0adview Feature photo by Jack Loughran / @jackjustjumped Body photo by @conner_transitpics A Brief History…

Can We Trust Toronto Public Health For Straight Information About Coronavirus?

We are living in scary and dangerous times. There’s no doubt that the number of people carrying the coronavirus in Toronto and Ontario will increase. Hopefully the increase will then plateau and trail off. However with outbreaks and state of emergencies in places like California and New York State, it’s important that a large cosmopolitan…

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Tips for Self-Guided Walking Tours at the University of Toronto (With Map!)

Interested in walking tours in the hear of Toronto? I want to share this simple map and tour itinerary with you! This is a route I generally take through the U of T campus when I lead tours, take my kids for a walk or just want to be surrounded by beautiful scenery in the…

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Iconic Toronto: A Transit Fan’s History of the TTC’s CLRV Streetcar

The Canadian Light Rail Vehicle (CLRV) has been a unique staple of Toronto for 40 years. They’ve rumbled across Toronto streets ever since September 30, 1979. Now, they are retired as of December 29th, 2019.

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Trippy Terra Lumina is a Futuristic Night Walk Exhibit at Toronto Zoo

Terra Lumina, by Moment Factory takes you on an enchanted night walk into the future in the year 2099 in a world where man, nature and the animal kingdom live as one. It is a 1.5 kilometer journey at the Toronto Zoo that starts when you enter a portal of light that takes you around…

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Tdot Shots Photo Walks 2020 (Meet-ups for Photographers in Toronto & GTA)

We are excited to announce the photo walk schedule for this year! 2020 promises to bring new opportunities for photographers to network and check out new and iconic locations around the city.

We have mixed in some new walks along with some of our traditional favourites like U of T and the downtown business district (Bay and King). Many of our walks will coincide with events in Toronto – this year we walk during the Contact Photo Festival, Doors Open, and the Indigenous Art Festival at Fort York.

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Toronto Light Festival at Distillery District (Winter Fun and Photo Ops)

This year’s Toronto Light Festival is one of the best in recent years. If you’re looking for an evening of magical family fun head down to the beautiful, historic Distillery District to check out the Light Installations.

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Tdot Shots Winter Photo Walk 2019 (Downtown Toronto)

Tdot Shots Winter Photo Walk 2019 is a meet-up for photographers hosted by TdotShots.com (@tdot_shots on IG), an organization supporting photographers in Toronto, Canada. This walk is an opportunity to explore downtown Toronto and shoot new spots, meet new people, and help us congratulate the winners of the Tdot Shots 2019 Toronto Photo Contest (enter from Nov. 1to Dec. 15 on Instagram). Meet photographers and contest judges Mike Simpson (@mikesimpson.ms), Kurt Wang (@kurt.wang) and Taku Kumabe (@smaku).