GTA Lifestyles

General advice and news about living in the Great Toronto Area. From York Region to Lake Ontario, there's so much to see and do here!

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Summer in Toronto, 2018

Summer in Toronto is something everyone should experience. The city is vibrant and alive after suffering through a long Canadian winter. Torontonians make ample use of the summer months by hosting a bevvy of exceptional events and festivals that you won’t want to miss. Continue reading to discover some of our top Toronto events happening this summer in Toronto: 

1 - Pride Toronto
(June 1-24) 

Toronto Pride is one of the biggest pride celebrations in the world. Encompassing over three weeks of parades, performances, events, and activism. There’s something for everyone at Pride. Whether you’re looking to march in the spectacular Pride Parade or you prefer taking in art performances and live music, Pride will host a variety of performers from

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Local Apps Toronto Residents Should Use

Whether you're a working professional, a parent, or a student, your life is busy. Toronto is a big city, and it can take a lifetime to learn the tips and tricks of this city. Here are a few Toronto apps that will make your daily routines easier, help you find new places to wine and dine, or help you live like a local in no time.

Check out these local apps every Toronto resident should use.

Make Transportation Easy

Transit App

Whether you use public transit to make your daily commute, or you use it only on special occasions to meet friends at the bar, this handy app will let you know exactly when the next bus or streetcar is ready to arrive. It also includes information about where the nearest stop is located, prioritizes relevant

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Keep Warm This Winter in Toronto

It’s no secret: Canadian winters are cold, and Toronto is no exception. While snow frosted tree branches and the ice along the shores of Lake Ontario may be beautiful, many Canadians quickly tire of tramping through slushy streets, chipping ice off their windshields, and cold stiff fingers.

Not to worry, there are plenty of ways to shake the chill and keep your spirits high. Here are 5 ways to keep warm in Toronto in the winter.

Get Some Exercise

There’s no better way to keep warm than getting your blood pumping, your heart rate up, and your body active. Shift some furniture around in your home so that you can practice some yoga or do some aerobics. Visit one of city’s many outdoor rinks. Nathan Phillips Square is where the Winter Festival of

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