Disney and Pixar’s Turning Red wears it’s heart, and love for 2000s-era Toronto, on it’s sleeve. Academy award-winning writer and director Domee Shi digs deep for this story about a young girl, finding herself as a teenager, who also just happens to turn into a red panda every time her emotions take over.
Ontario is an incredible province, and it’s a huge place to explore. The fourth-largest province has dozens of interesting towns and cities, and includes the Canadian Shield, touches on the Hudson Bay to the north, the Great Lakes to the South, and it’s filled with stunning natural spaces.
There is nowhere else like Canada. I feel lucky to have this beautiful county right outside my door; filled with stories, people, and adventures. There is so much to admire about our country, and this year, it’s the best travel destination I can imagine.
This winter in Ontario we’re facing numerous COVID precautions, and at the same time the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) wants to make everyone aware that it’s not safe to go out on any lakes or other bodies of water this season.
The Toronto International Film Festival announced ticket details and screening venues for TIFF 2020 today, and while it’s a dramatic shift from previous years, the annual celebration of cinema continues.
Don’t let the January blues get you down when you could be planning your summer holiday. This weekend, the Toronto Winter RV Show is on at the Toronto Congress Centre, giving you and your family the perfect excuse to see how you could be adventuring for your summer holidays.
The spirit of the holiday season is thriving in Toronto this year, and it’s staying all month long at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel.
Are you ready to visit Arendelle for storytime? The fairytale world from Disney’s Frozen 2 has popped up in Toronto’s CF Toronto Eaton Centre until December 8, and the interactive experience includes stories thanks to the Google Nest Mini.
Jay Pharoah is hilarious, he has a plan, and he’s coming to Toronto for JFL42.
Let’s talk about TIFF, shall we? This is my 19th year covering the Toronto International Film Festival, and while it feels slightly different every single time, it’s a great feeling to come back again. Like a friend said to me recently, there’s really nothing like having a press pass to one of the world’s best film festivals.