This Sunday's Pride Parade may be the perfect antidote to last weekend's violent show of G20 protesters. For those interested in watching the celebrations, PostCity.com has picked the top five spectator spots along the parade route.
Let's not kid ourselves. With the $1 billion price tag attached to the summit, the chances that you are going to see any of the G20 leaders, let alone get close enough to enjoy any of the following activities alongside them, is basically a joke.
That said, for the curious citizens amongst us, we've compiled the following list of long shot hangouts for some political powerhouses.
So what exactly is an eco-friendly haircut, you ask?
My fears of wind-powered clippers and patchouli-based unguents were unfounded. It turns out it's really quite similar to a standard haircut, except that Parlour takes pains to reduce their footprint at every step of the process.
As one of the world's most culturally diverse cities, it should really come as no shock that the start of the World Cup is big news in the Big Smoke. Here's our comprehensive list of where you should watch the games.
While Toronto's cooling centres are one way to bring down body temperatures, there's an alternative that never goes out of style -- the swimming pool. PostCity.com has picked the best outdoor pools in the city, so be prepared to enter a new level of cool.
Finally -- sunshine and blue skies again. The type of weather that makes you want to hop on a bike and head down to the waterfront. PostCity.com talked to some of the top bikers in Hogtown to get the scoop on the best ways to avoid traffic and breeze your way down to the lake.
Laptop Centre isn't in the most picturesque part of town. But, if you've managed to smash your IBM ThinkPad or discovered your MacBook's keyboard is dead, aesthetics is probably low on your list of concerns.
Opened in late 2009 by three veterans of the Toronto bar and nightlife scene, Francesca Zielinski, Julian Reyes and Duarte Carr, Blondie's has quickly made a name for itself, in large part to doing two very different things very well.
During the day, Blondie's joins the ranks of area coffeehouse counterparts Salvador Darling turning out perfectly timed espresso-based beverages in the front of the bar's space.
As the nine to five day ends, the space comes alive to the sounds of a rotating selection of DJs and party nights, often quickly packing people onto the intimate leather couches under the glow of antler chandeliers.
The secret has been out for a while now. That's why there is usually a lineup out the door.
It isn't just Leslieville locals racing to get their morning pick-me-up anymore, the rest of Toronto has caught on.
Mitzi's on College serves up weekend brunches yummy enough to keep hungry hipsters waiting 30 minutes for a table.
Its comfy living room appeal is the perfect complement to delectably firm poached eggs with a drizzly centre, bathed in a cheesy sauce and paired with fresh multigrain toast, fruit and fried potatoes.
Utter the name 'Ossington' these days, and you likely think trendy, hip and maybe a little daunting. Now that the hype has faded significantly, Pizzeria Libretto, which promises 'real Neapolitan pizza,' has come out a clear winner.
It doesn't look like much from the outside, but like the food they serve, Kensington Market's Jumbo Empanadas packs a punch. The Chilean delicacy (a large, meal-sized, baked pastry filled with all kinds of goodies, such as egg, beef, cheese, onion, olives and raisins) comes with delicious, spicy salsa for dipping at an affordable price.