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The online entertainment industry is booming on all fronts. Attribute it to accessibility, user-friendliness, device affordability or a combination of these, but the fact remains: people love gambling online and the trend is projected to continue growing well into the years to come. Even traditional games such as Bingo appear to be moving in this direction. But the question is, will its modern online form overtake the tradition? Find out more as we take an in-depth look at the matter…

Chill vibes and physically-distanced outdoor lounging were on the agenda for a perfect summer evening at the popular Stackt Market at Bathurst and Front.

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has officially taken over the city, rolling out the red carpets for Hollywood’s finest. But it’s not just about the films, snapping cameras and glam, guest list-only parties (and mild hangovers). The jam-packed gifting and experiential suites are bustling at the seams with swag and services (hair, makeup and massages) to so generously gift the familiar faces that grace their doors. Naturally, being a celebrity comes with some pretty nice perks – but being…

The deep freeze couldn’t keep Toronto’s finest from braving the cold and heading to the Liberty Grand entertainment complex on Friday, February 1 for the 18th annual motionball Toronto Gala to benefit the Special Olympics Canada Foundation (SOCF). 

Offering a good reason to break free from hibernation mode, Winterlicious is now here until February 7 at 200 restaurants across Toronto. For those in the dark, this means come of the city’s best spots are dishing up three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. A go-to in recent years has been Café Boulud in the Four Seasons Hotel.

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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