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Welcome to Old Town Toronto

Old Town is a neighbourhood and retail district in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the first of Toronto’s named neighbourhoods, having acquired the moniker no later than 1815, at which time the original town of York was expanding.

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As the weather gets a little warmer we find ourselves longing for a patio or a nice air-conditioned room, enjoying a nice little glass of something special in the company of friends. Well, that dream may be delayed for a little while yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a little taste of Old…

  Let’s be honest for a second; January and February are dreary. It’s cold, it’s dark, we’re all living in constant fear of being snowed in – it just makes the days a little heavier. But you know what makes the mid-winter blues less, well, blue? Some good old comfort food. That’s why, here in…

Want to go on a fun free walking tour in Old Town Toronto this fall? Do you know which beer you could drink this month to support the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies’s charity of choice? Ready to discover a new art installation in a local lobby everyone is talking about? Looking to get a…

King Street is the busiest surface transit route in the city, moving more than 65,000 riders on an average weekday, compared to about 20,000 vehicles per day. The King Street Transit Pilot is about improving transit reliability, speed, and capacity between Bathurst Street and Jarvis Street, by restricting through traffic, but still allowing local traffic…

There is a hidden tunnel under Wellington Street between the Flatiron Building and the former Bank of Toronto across the street. The tunnel is still there, however bricked up at either end. It was a way for George Gooderham the bank president to get from his bank to his office in the Flatiron Building without…

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