Category: Toronto

Great Bear Rain forest movie poster in Ontario Science Center

Spirit Bears in Ontario Science Center

The film is not just about bears; it shows wide range of forest species and rich underwater world.

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Freestyle Swimming in Snow at -20C

Freestyle Swimming in snow AT -20C

After a big winter storm we have piles of clean puffy snow at the backyard, so Jonathan decided to snow swim… Watch his diving and freestyle swimming attempts to beat the weather! Snow swimming

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Greetings from Barbietown North!

Barbie Fashion show | Winter 2019

After a major snow storm, the Barbies wanted new outfits to stay warm in the freezing cold weather. So we created a new Barbie fashion line. They quite enjoyed trying their coats and sweaters and playing in the snow. Some even attempted the daring feat of climbing trees. After a long photo shoot, the whole […]

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The McLuhan Salons series 2018-2019

This Sunday Dec 16: “The Medium”, a Marshall McLuhan board game, will be on display this Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Tarragon Theater in Toronto for the final show of “The Message”. Show up at 1:00 PM, come to play and then see the show. This January 18, 2019: Save the date, we are teaming up with […]

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Happy photographer- Gary Cralle- Arrowhead Provincial Park Ontario

New Visitors Center opening at Arrowhead Provincial Park

Big Bend in Arrowhead Park It took two hours by ParkBus to reach Arrowhead Provincial Park from Downtown Toronto. After a five hundred meters hike we entered Big Bend lookout platform to enjoy the view. The unique natural hairpin bend of the river creates an illusion of the water flow going upstream. Make sure you can […]

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October 2014 Google MapsTop Photographer Igor Kravtchenko in Philipsburg Sint Maarten

To Be, or Not to Be a Top Photographer?

To Be, or Not to Be a Top Photographer? Here are some historic and rare photographs from private collection   2002 Igor Kravtchenko – Participant of the International Salon “Best of The World” Second Place in International Competition PPNY (Professional Photographers of New York State) and PPO (Professional Photographers of Ontario) First Place in IAPA […]

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New Museum in Toronto Canada. The MZTV Museum of Television& Archive

MZTV Museum of Television & Archive in Toronto

 MZTV Museum of Television & Archive in Toronto Opening Ceremony of the new exhibit Phil Savenick, Curator of the MZTV Museum, is a creator of many most-acclaimed compilation documentaries dealing with TV and its history. He produced CBS’s “50 Years of Television: A Golden Celebration and the “ABC’s 40th Anniversary Show. He served as co-producer […]

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Is fake news really the problem?

Is fake news really the problem? While the term appears in the headlines and on the lips of everyday internet users, is ‘fake news’ really the problem? Or are we facing something much more complex? Mark Surman, Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation, takes us on a winding journey through misinformation, filter bubbles, content sorting […]

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Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory, Not Just Butterflies

Cambridge Butterfly Concervatory

Cambridge Butterfly Concervatory Enter the tropical paradise and be surrounded by the world of wonderful butterflies! Over 2000 free flying butterflies! And some tropical birds – on the ground, in the air… One of a sudden I have a butterfly landing on my shoulder and it stays there for the time of our visit. Waterfall […]

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Conestogo River Horseback riding in Waterloo Region

Conestogo River Horseback riding in Waterloo Region Around mid-July we purchased the ticket for the play “Out of Order” presented by Drayton Entertainment. The play takes place at St. Jacobs  Play House, and since the play was on Friday night, we booked our overnight stay at “Himewood Suites” by Hilton. We also planned some other […]

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