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After the madness of the G-20 summit, it was nice to see Toronto looking and feeling back to normal, and celebrating one of many cultures in the city at the 22nd anniversary edition of AfroFest at Queen's Park on July 10 and 11, 2010.
The other day I was listening to a local Toronto radio station, and a show participant was giving an update. It was an urban program so I wasn’t surprised when the individual began to speak…and out came a Brooklyn/Detroit/Southern U.S. accent.
It is time to eradicate the use of "Screwface Capital" in reference to the city of Toronto.
The power of a great brand is undeniable, which is why I do not understand why so many have adopted and perpetuated the use of "Screwface Capital" to define a city that they love, and represent proudly to the world.
Thierry Lifestyle in association with 2ronto.com presents: “Bring Me A Date” - a singles mixer event
On: February 21, 2010
At: Mood Lounge in Yorkville.
TORONTO (ON) – Thierry Lifestyle announced today that for the first time ever in Toronto they will be launching a single’s mixer event with a difference. The “Bring Me A Date” event is a mixer with an extra dose of style and sophistication and hosted at an exclusive location in the Greater Toronto Area.
Canada is a land of abundance - we're famous for it. To the west there's the fertile prairie and to the east an ocean crowded with fish - and altogether we've got more open space than any other country except Russia. We have something else too, something that immigrants may have never seen: snow. In Toronto we avoid the worst of it, but in places like Nunavut or Labrador winter can be a seven or eight month affair. Still, if you haven't seen snow before then any is a lot and although it may be difficult to believe it at first, there are plenty of good ways to take advantage of the Canadian winter.