It’s time for the CNE! The Canadian National Exhibition takes place along Toronto’s waterfront for 18 days every year leading up to and including Labor Day. There’s live entertainment, a wide variety of events, a working farm, parades and sports, lots of international food, a Kids World, an airshow and best of all, a huge midway.
It’s the first game of the new hockey season and my beloved Habs (Montreal Canadiens) are in town to face their rival the Toronto Maple Leafs; a perfect time to talk about a Toronto hockey hang out.
Judy comments on some differences between urban Toronto and the Canadian Badlands.
When I first met Kelly and she expressed an interest in doing a couple of posts for roadstories.ca, I didn’t realize she was such a Lady About Town.
Everybody in Toronto calls it “Dundas Square”, but its proper name, although a bit more cumbersome, is “Yonge-Dundas Square”.
If you’re planning a visit to Hollywood North (aka Toronto), you’ll likely end up on a former movie set.
As urban sprawl grows so do the number of unusual wildlife sightings in Canada’s urban areas.
Halloween is big business in Canada. Just ask Statistics Canada.
Weekend hockey road trips are legendary in Canada. This post is by a 14 year old goalie. He and his hockey team, their coaches, and a bunch of hockey moms and dads recently traveled by bus five hours to Sudbury, Ontario for a weekend tournament. This is his story…
This is a bit of a different type of road story today but one I think is worth telling…