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An insider's guide to the Pan Am Games in Toronto

by Michele a month ago - last edited a month ago

An insider's guide to the Pan Am Games in TorontoThe countdown to the Toronto Pan American Games is on! The world’s third largest international multi-sport competition will take place from 10th – 26th July (Pan Am Games) and 7th -15th August (Parapan Am Games) when 7,600 top athletes from 41 countries in the Americas and Caribbean will compete in Toronto and surrounding municipalities. Here’s everything you need to know to get in on the action at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.

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A neighbourhood guide to The Junction in TorontoThe industrial-chic neighbourhood known as The Junction in Toronto’s west end, is a magnet for lovers of design, historic architecture, avant-garde style and artisanal cuisine. The best way to experience its bohemian vibe is to stroll its streets; that’s where you’ll find an eclectic mix of more than 200 local businesses as well as artists, foodies and a vibrant community spirit.

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Where to Stay in TorontoToronto’s hotel scene is enjoying a happy renaissance. A boost of interest in its landmark hotels as well as an infusion of cash, high design and hip factor means there’s never been a better time to book a trip. To help you decide where to stay in Toronto, we’ve selected eight of the best hotels, where design and comfort meet.

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The Toronto Film Festival 2014

The Toronto International Film Festival is the city’s yearly retreat into all things Hollywood. During the 11-day foray into the latest and greatest in the world of film, Toronto teems with celebrities, directors, industry mavens, and ever-enthusiastic film lovers who descend upon Canada’s largest city for this incredibly influential festival. Here, we give you a leg-up on other festival-goers as we highlight some of the best spots to stay, eat and party like an A-Lister.

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Exploring Ontario's Haliburton Forest Reserve

Torontonians refer to the Haliburton Highlands as ‘cottage country’. Nine-to-fivers leave work early on Fridays and flee 220 kilometres north of the city, where they find rolling hills, 600-plus lakes, and rugged forests. Take a look at our guide to the Haliburton Forest Reserve for the perfect weekend away.

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Airport Restaurants: The Best From Around The World

In little more than a month, Heston Blumenthal will light up London’s new Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport. His ambitious bid to offer exquisite, Michelin standard food at lightening speed is sure to be tested when the restaurant opens for business. But Heston isn’t the only top chef to take on the terminals. Here are a few of the best airport restaurants to book on your next trip.

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