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27 Toronto events worth checking out this January

Posted on 03 January 2019

The cold temperatures might be enough to make you consider staying inside all winter long. However, hibernating really isn’t an option when winter in Toronto is this eventful. From mouthwatering foodie events to a beer festival and incredible art exhibits, here are the top events happening in Toronto that will surely heat up your social life this month. What: Happy ...

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Toronto café follows through with Ontario's scrapped $15 minimum wage

Posted on 03 January 2019

Although the PC government scrapped this year's planned minimum wage increase to $15, a downtown Toronto café says it's following through with the increase anyway. Employees at HotBlack Coffee, near Queen Street W. and University Avenue, got a raise on Jan. 1 even though the minimum wage didn't go up, and café co-owner Jimson Bienenstock says his decision to pay employees more ...

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giải thích tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đáToronto's First Luxury Cannabis Store Is Opening Downtown Very Soon And It Looks Extremely Boujee

Posted on 03 January 2019

Legal cannabis dispensaries are set to open throughout Ontario in April, and as the official date starts to draw nearer many of us are starting to wonder where and what these new dispensaries will look like. Ontario currently only has a legal cannabis retailer online at the moment but the Ontario Government announced that 25 legal dispensaries would open across the provinc ...

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Everything New Coming To Toronto In 2019

Posted on 03 January 2019

Now that 2018 is behind us it's time to focus on 2019. As the city of Toronto continues to grow so does the number of options out there for you to drink, eat, adventure, and party.  I wanted to make sure you went into 2019 with new things to add to your bucket list. From AMAZING restaurant festivals that will leave you in food bliss to iconic Canadian bran ...

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Three Reasons to Self-Publish With Agora Books Ottawa

Posted on 02 January 2019

Are you a writer in Toronto or Ottawa looking to get your work published? Well, unlike times past where writers who needed to publish a book had to go though the tedious process of traditional publishing, self-publishing makes it very easy for writers to get their work in front of their readers without spending lots of time and money. However, for some people the term self-publishing seem ...

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Average Self-Published CreateSpace Authors Makes Less Than $100 (Per Year) on Amazon

Posted on 30 December 2018

There is really no standard to determine the average a self-published writer make on Amazon. According to Derek Murphy, an Indie author and book designer, “The vast majority of books sell less than ten copies. $100 a year as John K. says, is a good guess, but if that’s ‘average’ consider that 50% of the books published don’t make even that much.” The statistics are not all poo ...

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Toronto’s Manulife Centre adds a more friendly facade

Posted on 19 December 2018

The Manulife Centre is an iconic mixed-use complex on Toronto’s most fashionable shopping street, but it’s also a creature of its time. Built in the Brutalist style in vogue in the early 1970s, the three levels of retail at the base of the office, retail and residential complex focused inward and had minimal street presence. Set far back from the busy intersection of Bloor and Bay ...

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Toronto's Billy Bishop airport completes three-year upgrade

Posted on 19 December 2018

It’s an important part of the Waterfront that doesn’t get as much attention these days, but these upgrades are an important part of the heart of the downtown' The three-year rehabilitation program at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport should lead to improved passenger experience, says the chief executive officer of the company that runs the facility’s passenger terminal. “It als ...

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Cannabis legalization named Business Story of the Year

Posted on 19 December 2018

Canada’s trailblazing move to legalize cannabis for recreational use, which sparked an entirely new industry and had wide-ranging implications for nearly every facet of society, has been voted The Canadian Press Business News Story of the Year. The term “disruption” in business has become so overused that it has become an empty cliche, but it is warranted in the cas ...

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Amazon Creating 600 New Highly Skilled Jobs in Toronto

Posted on 19 December 2018

TORONTO — Today, Premier Doug Ford and Todd Smith, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, joined executives from Amazon Canada to officially open the company's new office in Toronto. "The opening of Amazon's new Toronto office sends a clear signal to the world that Ontario is Open for Business," said Ford. "Our government is committed to improving the conditions for b ...