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Toronto Pride: TBA Head over to Pride Toronto for a busy, colorful Pride weekend (with an estimated attendee count of over one million for 2022!) The celebratory weekend includes a special Family Pride program, Trans Pride, the Dyke March and the famous Pride Parade. The party starts from the corner of Church St and Bloor St all continues all the way down Yonge St to Yonge-Dundas Square. The city of Toronto urges visitors to use public transportation to make travel easy. Don’t forget to stop at one of Toronto’s famous rooftop bars after getting your Pride on.

When: 2022 TBD Where: Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, Canada The Toronto 420 Festival is an annual free event with a rad line up of speakers, bands, performers, and comedians. In addition to showing off local talent and entertainment, this fest “puts into action the democratic principles cherished by Torontonians in a show of support of Toronto’s cannabis culture.”

When: 2022: Date TBD Where: Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, Canada The Toronto 420 Festival is an annual free event with a rad line up of speakers, bands, performers, and comedians. In addition to showing off local talent and entertainment, this fest “puts into action the democratic principles cherished by Torontonians in a show of support of Toronto’s cannabis culture.”

When: April 20th, 2021 Where: Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, Canada The Toronto 420 Festival is an annual free event with a rad line up of speakers, bands, performers, and comedians. In addition to showing off local talent and entertainment, this fest “puts into action the democratic principles cherished by Torontonians in a show of support of Toronto’s cannabis culture.”

Canada is often known as a welcoming place for people of all kinds of backgrounds, and this is definitely true for the LGBTQIA+ community. With a Prime Minister that is often found at the front of the Pride parades waving a transgender flag, this country sets a positive example of creating spaces that are safe for LGBTQIA+ folks, and Toronto is no exception. With its own official “Gay Village” between Church and Wellesley streets, this area has become a fixture for the Toronto city life.

Toronto is a wholesome destination in one of the safest and friendliest countries in the world- Canada. Stop by Toronto for *the most* publicized gay pride parade, with parties, markets, and everything needed to fill up a week worth of fun or, explore Toronto's Gay Village neighborhood for some cozy coffee or a night out on the town. Canada is an inclusive and diverse country and we recommend checking out all the major cities for any LGBTQ+ travelers- Montreal and Vancouver both have thriving LGBTQ+ scenes.

One of the top destinations to celebrate Pride in North America, Toronto attracts over a million visitors for one of the most highly publicized Pride parades in the world. Museums, galleries, restaurants, and businesses recognize the celebrations and put on special programs in this beautiful and welcoming city during the last week of June.

When: April 20th, 2021 Where: Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, Canada The Toronto 420 Festival is an annual free event with a rad line up of speakers, bands, performers, and comedians. In addition to showing off local talent and entertainment, this fest “puts into action the democratic principles cherished by Torontonians in a show of support of Toronto’s cannabis culture.”

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  • Best Things To Do In Toronto

    Toronto, Canada is the shimmering heart and soul of the country, with a diverse mixture of culture that is evident through the extensive variety of cuisine and shopping available. One of the most exciting cities in North America, Toronto has something for everyone. Including idyllic islands, gleaming skyscrapers, victorian homes full of funky thrift shopping, and one of the largest aquariums in the world- this is my personal list of the best things to do in Toronto.
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    Crunchy, creamy, and coconutty- Canada’s special Nanaimo bars are little slices of heaven. Surprisingly hard to find outside of the country, I have been making it my mission to sample them during my stay here. A true Canadian classic that is actually a *no-bake* pastry, it rivals that of apple pie and brownies. Here are some highly voted Nanaimo bar destinations across the country, I have not been able to sample them all yet personally- so consider this more of a bucket list type collection of my personal, Canadian aspirations.
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    Nothing motivates us like food when it comes to our travel destinations- and food markets allow optimal chances to sample as much local cuisine as we can in a short period of time (and often some of the tastiest. Whether it's exploring the buzzing night markets of Taiwan with iced bubble tea in hand, enjoying *the freshest* sushi in Tokyo, or trying Toronto's unique peameal bacon- these markets are sure to make your mouth water.
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    As someone obsessed with using film, I always have to look up the best and most reliable spots for development and printing in every city I visit. These are just a few cozy spots that stood out, diamonds in the rough, who provided excellent service and incredible quality. For those who are also obsessed with quality film development, or just looking to discover something new about the photography world, consider stopping by these off-the-beaten-path spots in some of the most exciting cities of the world on your next vacay.
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  • 13 Things to Do in Toronto in the Winter

    This season, we’re all about chilly winter getaways complete with shimmering snowflakes and cozy layered outfits. Toronto is easily one of the most stunning cities to explore in the wintertime. Think: heated outdoor markets with local vendors serving up spiced cider and poutine, stunning illumination displays reflecting off of fresh snow, and frozen cascading waterfalls […]

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  • The Top 10 LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities: Ranked

    Grab your passport, pack your bags, and don’t forget your rainbow tee— these 10 cities around the world are ready to welcome you as your most authentic self. From small tropical getaways to buzzing urban scenes, these are some of the most picturesque places where members of the LGBTQIA+ community can not just feel safe, […]

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  • 46 of the Best Things to Do in Toronto

    Twenty years ago, nobody would have called Toronto a world-class city. But things change quickly in Canada’s biggest metropolis. A skyrocketing real estate market, a championship-winning NBA team, burgeoning high-end restaurants, expansive bike lanes and waterfront trails, the existence of Drake, one of the world’s biggest Pride parades— Toronto is now home to some of […]

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  • The Biggest Pride Parades Around the World 2022

    Each June, we honor the anniversary of Stonewall Uprising: the historic event that marked the start of the modern movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and asexual rights (LGBTQIA+) across the globe. To celebrate, hundreds of Pride parades will take place in every nook and cranny of the world. With demonstrations, seminars, parties, […]

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  • 10 Creative First Date Ideas in Toronto For Any Budget

    When a quiet stroll through the St. Lawrence Market followed by dinner and a movie simply doesn’t cut it anymore, this may be your cue to switch things up. As a dynamic city that’s always in motion, Toronto is the perfect place to get adventurous with your romantic endeavors. Whether you’re shaking off those first date jitters with […]

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  • 27 of the Best 420 Events Around the World

    Cannabis rallies, festivals and parties have been around since the 70’s as a way to celebrate, educate, and protest weed laws around the world. Typically popping up on or around April 20th, 420 friendly events provide one day of freedom and fun with like-minded pals. While we love having something to look forward to, we […]

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  • 44 of the Best Things to Do in Canada

    Canada measures more than 9,000 kilometers from coast to coast, so it should come as no surprise that nature plays a huge role in Canadian identity and the collective psyche. Here, there’s no shortage of heart-stopping landscapes or face-to-face encounters with nature — you can discover some of the world’s best national parks in Canada. […]

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  • The 15 Best Snack Bars in Toronto

    There’s no better way to eat and drink your way to the heart of Toronto than through its wide selection of trendy snack bars (AKA, one of the best things to do in Canada). Often hidden like a Speakeasy with their own limited menu of light nibbles and strong drinks, these undeniably hip bars are […]

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  • The Best Rooftop Bars in Toronto For Epic Views

    Deprived of the sun and warmth for six months each year, Toronto takes its spring and summer very seriously. Speaking from experience, there’s absolutely no better way to enjoy summer in Toronto than from one of its rooftop bars. Combining great weather with the city’s insatiable appetite for the trendy, glamorous and contemporary, some of […]

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  • St. Lawrence Market: The Heart of Toronto’s Food Scene

    East of Yonge Street and south of Queen Street lies one of Toronto’s most historically significant areas: Old Toronto. While it’s home to architectural gems such as the Flatiron Building and St. Lawrence Hall, iconic landmarks such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, and numerous quaint shops and lively pubs, it’s unequivocally understood that St. […]

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