Oliver & Bonacini has morphed the menu at Canoe into a magical mystery tour of modern Canadiana, from mountain cranberries to balsam fir crème fraîche, and the kitchen has stepped up and raised the bar.
Baby Point is an established area with traditional sensibilities. Whether it’s cycling or jogging, there’s no excuse not to do some exercise, while surrounded by picturesque, winding streets; hilly terrain; and the rambling ravine. Oh, and longtime residents will have you know the neighbourhood is pronounced “Bobby Point.”
Running from Nov. 6 to 15, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is a highlight in any hippophile’s calendar. Its Horse Show boasts events all day, every day of the fair, from breed showcases to races to jumping championships.
In 2010 Lakes of Canada’s singer/guitarist Jake Smith dealt with an unimaginable tragedy when his mother Kathleen was murdered in her home. Yet while sifting through her possessions, Smith found a copy of Margaret Atwood’s iconic dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale. The landmark book fuelled the genre-bending band’s latest concept album, Transgressions, released Oct. 16.
Menzies’ art, musically, is associated with band T-shirts, gig posters and album singles, though his work long predates Metz. The gallery show O.T.Rx is a collection of large-scale, multimedia artwork and is his first one in five years.
A Toronto-based study, published in Nature and co-authored by a team, including University of Chicago psychologists Omid Kardan and Marc Berman and David Suzuki Foundation scientist Faisal Moola, examined the relationship between urban trees and human health.