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  • A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

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    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100
    Come celebrate with the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the Gallery’s extensive Group of Seven holdings to present a monumental survey of the Group’s work.

  • John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place
    See how Ontario-based painter and printmaker John Hartman captures the intimate relationship between more than thirty leading Canadian author sand the places that inspire them. Hartman’s diverse roster of subjects included writers Esi Edugyan, Ruth Ozeki, M.G. Vassanji, Thomas King, Lisa Moore, Neil Bissoondath, Susan Swan and David Macfarlane. The result was a body of large-format portrait paintings that celebrate the richness of Canada’s literary fabric.

  • Margaux Williamson

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    Margaux Williamson

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    Margaux Williamson
    While women artists of the early twentieth century are known for depicting interior spaces as places of privacy and domestic quietude, Margaux Williamson’s interiors reveal spaces of creativity, subjectivity, and a kind of anarchic experimentation. Williamson has a distinctive way of understanding and depicting space and makes tangible a renegade woman’s place within it. 

  • Tastes of St. Clair

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    Comedy Food Tours

    Tastes of St. Clair

    Comedy Food Tours

    Tastes of St. Clair
    If your idea of a perfect vacation includes being exposed to other cultures and interacting with local people, then look no further than this exclusive tour. A professional comedian will guide you through Toronto's best hot spots on St. Clair Ave West, join Comedy Food Tours in trying the most sought after dishes from some of the best-reviewed restaurants in town.

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About The Area

Toronto is a hub of culture unlike any other Canadian city or province around it. From food to theatre, to art and sports, you'll leave feeling satisfied and excited to return on your next trip.

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  • A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100
    Come celebrate with the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the Gallery’s extensive Group of Seven holdings to present a monumental survey of the Group’s work.

  • John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place
    See how Ontario-based painter and printmaker John Hartman captures the intimate relationship between more than thirty leading Canadian author sand the places that inspire them. Hartman’s diverse roster of subjects included writers Esi Edugyan, Ruth Ozeki, M.G. Vassanji, Thomas King, Lisa Moore, Neil Bissoondath, Susan Swan and David Macfarlane. The result was a body of large-format portrait paintings that celebrate the richness of Canada’s literary fabric.

  • Margaux Williamson

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    Margaux Williamson

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    Margaux Williamson
    While women artists of the early twentieth century are known for depicting interior spaces as places of privacy and domestic quietude, Margaux Williamson’s interiors reveal spaces of creativity, subjectivity, and a kind of anarchic experimentation. Williamson has a distinctive way of understanding and depicting space and makes tangible a renegade woman’s place within it. 

  • Tastes of St. Clair

    Today

    6:00 PM EST

    Comedy Food Tours

    Tastes of St. Clair

    Comedy Food Tours

    Tastes of St. Clair
    If your idea of a perfect vacation includes being exposed to other cultures and interacting with local people, then look no further than this exclusive tour. A professional comedian will guide you through Toronto's best hot spots on St. Clair Ave West, join Comedy Food Tours in trying the most sought after dishes from some of the best-reviewed restaurants in town.

Show more

About The Area

Toronto is a hub of culture unlike any other Canadian city or province around it. From food to theatre, to art and sports, you'll leave feeling satisfied and excited to return on your next trip.

Go on a sightseeing excursion via boat with Harbour Star or by bus with City Sightseeing. There are also walking and Segway tours that allow a more leisurely pace and photo opportunities.

Out of Toronto's 2.6 million-person population, about half were born elsewhere making this city a true melting pot which can be seen in everything from the culinary influences to its theatre productions. For a real cultural experience, stop by one of Toronto’s excellent restaurants, where you can find an abundance of Italian, Indian, Japanese, and other scrumptious ethnic foods. For something more local, there’s a different farmer’s market for every day of the week.

Everything about Toronto is worthy and world-class. Some of their most popular family attractions include the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario Science Centre, and the Centreville Theme Park. For those that want to indulge in some hockey, a Maple Leafs game or a trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame are both excellent choices.

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Other States & Provinces: Ontario

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