What happens when you have a conference full of travel bloggers, PR people, and travel companies? You get a whole lot of people talking, meeting, and connecting, and that’s probably what I love most about #TBEX.
Morgan Freeman was in Toronto on Monday, May 6 to accept the Key of Knowledge Award from the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which helped raise $2 million toward medical research thanks to the special gala event.
The GATE and Collective Concerts are giving away a pair of tickets to see Young Galaxy perform on Friday, May 31 at Lee’s Palace in Toronto!
Spring has definitely sprung in Toronto, and that means it’s time to start getting back out on the patios, and trying some fresh, new seasonal-themed food and drinks. In that spirit, the Bier Markt has launched their Biers of Spring menu, which pairs some of the best food and beer together to help inspire your taste buds.
Samsung Canada celebrated the upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 with three parties tonight in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, with viral sensations Walk off the Earth performing at the event at the Kool Haus.
Academy Award-winner Morgan Freeman will be in Toronto on Monday, May 6, and The GATE is giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky winner to attend the special event by the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which will honour the actor with The Key of Knowledge Award at the Celebration of Excellence Gala.
A new hotel opened a few months ago in the middle of the increasingly competitive hotel landscape of Toronto, and given the fact that there is such competition now each new property, if they are to flourish, must offer guests an experience that is unique both in substance and in atmosphere. The new Shangri-La Hotel Toronto is the new jewel in Toronto’s hotel crown, and when it comes to substance and atmosphere you will be hard pressed to find either in greater evidence anywhere else in town.
Whether it’s the African family happily reuniting over Tim Horton’s coffee or the glossy magazine rankings of successful émigrés, narratives about the immigrant experience permeate Canadian media and popular culture. But, though ubiquitous, these scripts rarely speak to the nuances of immigration, and hardly ever touch on its quiet trauma.
Ask me about the things that I love, and you’ll get a list of many, many things. Movies, television, games, actors, and yes, lots of music. If I’m a fanboy for a lot of things though, I’m also truly, madly passionate about a much shorter list, and at the top of that list is Muse.
In the process of promoting another installment of her highly anticipated film festival, if there is one thing that ReelWorld founder Tanya Lee Williams hopes for, it is that filmmakers will feel more empowered.