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15 Mar 2021

Vescio Funeral Homes: Where the Tradition of Family Makes all the Difference

Family-owned and -operated for 38 years, Vescio Funeral Homes is dedicated to compassionate and customized service. The passing of a loved one can leave families at their most emotional and vulnerable, just when strength and a clear mind are required....
By City Life Staff
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10 Mar 2021

Honouring Heritage Through Design

How Batay-Csorba Architects seamlessly infused a client’s Italian heritage into their home. A way of honouring one’s heritage is celebrating through food, music, and the traditions that surround it. Another, less obvious way, is by paying homage through its architecture. ...
By Estelle Zentil
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14 Jan 2021

Stay At Home Order 2.0

On January 12, 2021, Doug Ford, the premier of Ontario, added stricter rules to a province that’s already on lockdown — some pundits say lockdown light — that recently had a one-day high of 4,300 positive COVID-19 tests. According to...
By Myles Shane
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10 Jul 2020

Francesco Yates: Timberlake, Mendes And Momma’s Pizza

Francesco Yates is part of a new generation of Canadian pop stars. In his mid-20s, Yates has already toured with Justin Timberlake and released his new album Superbad, accompanied by a short film. Drake, Justin Bieber, Hedley, Shawn Mendes, The...
By Myles Shane
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12 May 2020

The Historic Cancellation Of ‘the Ex’ Due To Covid-19

For 142 years, it has been our end-of summer-tradition — an 18-day celebratory transition from the lazy and hazy days of summer’s freedom to the more structured routines of the fall. But not in 2020: “The Ex” has been cancelled...
By City Life Staff
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11 May 2020

Batay-Csorba Architects’ Renovation In Toronto’s Historic Baby Point Neighbourhood An Homage To English Grandeur

A commonality among the world’s great major cities are the individual neighbourhoods that magically weave together to provide the city’s texture and character. SoHo or Tribeca in New York, St. James’s in London, or the Left Bank in Paris —...
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09 Mar 2020

Murda (ing) D Beatz

The odds were stacked against Murda Beatz; realistically, there was every reason for him not to make it. Feeling like a misfit who was on the outside looking in, Murda grew up in small-town Ontario, a long way from the...
By Cece M. Scott
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09 Mar 2020

Famiglia Baldassarre: Pasta Made Perfectly

Once a secret ‘pasta speakeasy,’ Famiglia Baldassarre on Toronto’s Geary Avenue is now widely recognized as making the best homemade pasta in the city. In a metropolitan region of close to 6.5 million people, there are always a few good...
By Rick Muller
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09 Mar 2020

Tim Freear: Breaking Barriers To Cooking

In a city filled with many restaurants, Toronto’s Hawthorne chef Tim Freear likes to be creative in the kitchen and keeps things fresh by staying ahead of food trends. Q. Can you tell us a bit about your past experiences...
By Michelle Zerillo-Sosa
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