Author: Joel Levy

Toronto, the Capital of Ontario, Canada, is one of the most visited cities in the state. The culture, weather and people make the vacation destination well worthwhile and if you think that winter is a deterrent, you are surely mistaken. There are, in fact, a number of activities that keep the city bustling and busy during the colder months in Toronto. Through several feedback posts, we discovered some of the most entertaining ventures you and your family can partake in…

The cold, dark Canadian winter is now in full swing, meaning you’ll probably be aching to jet off and experience the sun that your vitamin D-deprived body truly needs. While Toronto isn’t exactly close to anywhere you can experience winter sun, that isn’t a problem. As the city’s airport is the busiest in Canada, there are dozens of great options for those looking to reach warmer climes without breaking the bank. If you haven’t booked your winter vacation yet, read on…

Top Holiday Events for Xmas in Toronto When it comes to Xmas in Toronto there are so many different events to enjoy. We wanted to help make it easier for you to plan ahead so we’ve created this list of the best things to do this holiday season. Don’t forget, you can check out our amazing restaurant guide too if you are planning to book a table for a family get together or for a surprise treat or even as…

Amidst a rising wave of cyber-attacks that have had a devastating impact on companies across the globe, Toronto is aiming to establish itself as a cybersecurity hub. The annual Toronto Cybersecurity Conference that is set to take place in March 2019 hopes to contribute to the country’s defenses against hackers by raising awareness and providing an impetus for training. Two Toronto Cybersecurity Conferences to Take Place in 2019 The Toronto Cybersecurity Conference is organized every year by Data Connectors, a…

Travelling to another city – especially one with so much history, culture, and entertainment – can be costly. While you don’t want to miss anything in a trip of a lifetime, you also don’t want to break the bank for when you get home. But, there are plenty of ways that you can make the most out of your vacation or city break in Toronto and also save on travel before you get there. Spend Wisely Before the Trip By spending…

Data from Statistics Canada shows that the average Canadian university graduate comes out of school with student debt in excess of $26,000. According to a recent poll by Ipsos Poll on behalf of BDO Canada conducted between 16th August and 21st August 2017, 77% of Canadian graduates regret having student debt. 30% of the graduates say they wish they had more frugal budgets, 28% wish they had worked more while at school, and 25% wish they would have avoided even more debt…

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