Author: Best of Toronto

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Celebrating the TIFF premiere of the film Stronger, Jake Gyllenhaal arrived to the after party at Soho House last night on September 8, 2017. The film centres on the memoir of Boston marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman (pictured above). We sipped on cocktails and nibbled on bites while admiring how Jake looks the same as he does on the big screen. He was all smiles as he mingled with guests. We spotted Tatiana Maslany greeting him and take a photo…

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Presented by Weizmann Canada’s Women and Science committee, the annual event celebrates and inspires through an accomplished panel of women from various industries.

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This year we celebrated The Best of Toronto’s 5th Year Anniversary at Brassaii Restaurant & Lounge, and what a grand celebration it was. We had stellar performances from some of Toronto’s newest up and coming artists, delicious canapes, along with featured cocktails from Knoxx & Dunn and Lost Craft Brewery. Guests were treated to the ultimate VIP experience with professional hair and make-up touch ups from BSIDE Beauty Bar and Vasanti Cosmetics. Of course no event is complete…

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Looking to get pampered on the East End?

Well look no further than BSIDE Beauty located in the heart of Leslieville at 1148 Queen Street East, Toronto.  This wonderful new beauty bar offers luxe services including manicure, pedicure, makeup, lash extensions, brow assessments, micro blading, and everything else you will need to put your best foot forward in our fashionable metropolis.

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Taveeta is a young and upcoming artist from Toronto. Taveeta began her professional career in the Arts at the young age of 16 while attending Toronto’s prestigious Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts after landing a principle role on Family Channel & Temple Street Productions The Next Step.

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Rebranding a company can be a scary undertaking, sometimes it’s unavoidable. Similar to people, companies are always evolving. Imagine if the e-mail on your business card was from your very first e-mail account. Can you imagine clients taking you seriously with an e-mail like hockeystar_14 or cutiepiex0x? Although you may still be a hockey star (or a cutie pie) you’ve evolved, matured, and looking to connect with others more professionally.

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