The Best Used Bookstores in Toronto

I love reading a good book. I love the texture of the pages. I love the smell of the book. I love the way it feels in my hands. And I especially love reading a book on the Labour Day Weekend. It just seems like a fitting celebration to the ...

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10 Free Things to Do in Toronto in September

Summer is ending and work is starting, but the fun doesn’t have to end, because there are many free events in Toronto for September. Nuit Blanche is back with an all-night artscapade and the MOCA is finally opening. Festival Street overtakes King St. and the Roncy Polish Festival returns with polka and perogies. Free events ...

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Meet Toronto’s ‘Reverse Commuters,’ the People Going the Other way While You’re Stuck in Traffic

As Premier Doug Ford’s decision to cut council almost in half reignites talk of the urban-suburban divide, the Star finds the old differences aren’t what they used to be. In a new occasional series, One Toronto, we take a look at what divides us and what we share, no matter where the ...

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