Ghost Taco began as a pop-up restaurant at EventMrkt in 2021 as a way to keep staff working during lockdowns. Its popularity prompted the Buckleys, who also own Ground Burger Bar, to expand to a permanent location.
Top 100 Ontario event in Town Park Dec. 1-3, 8-10 features 115 vendors, buskers, geodome, inflatables playground, Christmas tree lighting.
Frozen Fridays return in Newmarket, along with holiday markets, Santa Claus parades, and more this week.
Situated along the East Holland River in the Regional Municipality of York, East Gwillimbury is a town in Southern Ontario and is also part of the Greater Toronto Area. Made up of several villages in the suburbs of the big city, East Gwillimbury is one of the best places to live for families and young professionals.
A key part of the master planned community, Park Place will connect SmartVMC to its southern edge, further elevating the architectural landscape along Highway 7.
Government of Canada, City of Richmond Hill contribute $6.1M toward active transportation infrastructure with the construction of a new pathway and footbridge at the Richmond Hill David Dunlap Observatory Park (RHDDO).
Set against the backdrop of the crisp autumn season, this iconic event, happening annually the weekend before Canadian Thanksgiving, draws over 80,000 attendees. With a staggering 12,000+ items showcased by about 3,000 exhibitors, it’s a vibrant display of excellence, competition, and community pride.
One of the fastest growing regions in Canada, East Gwillimbury is an agricultural community of villages connected by forest and farms, making it a seamless blend of heritage and innovation.
“We’re proud to receive the Davies Award of Excellence from HIMSS for a second time and for shining a light on how we are changing the landscape of healthcare innovation across the sector,” said Purvi Desai (pictured), vice president, Digital Health and chief information officer.
With the new Vaughan location, Buca aims to fuse the inspirations of its original King Street and coastal Italian Yorkville establishments, while introducing unique elements that highlight the best of both locations and beyond.
Canada’s Wonderland is inviting guests to climb aboard a new raft adventure in its 20-acre water park next year with the addition of Moosehorn Falls, a giant water slide with a zero-gravity wall summit.
The hotel is opening up in phases, with the first phase including around 20 to 30 rooms and comprising the renovated parts of the original building. Additions like the rooftop restaurant and event space will open later on.
This announcement signals a momentous milestone in Canada’s commitment to attracting top global talent and solidifying its position as a leader in research, development, and innovation.
“The actors are from a theatre group called Live History and will dress up and play the part of some of our historical figures from the site,” said Maggie MacKenzie, heritage co-ordinator, City of Richmond Hill. “So, for example, prior to the David Dunlap Observatory, it was a family farm, so they’ll be portraying family members and characters from the past.”
“York Regional council is committed to our greening strategy, which supports a healthier, more resilient and sustainable natural environment and continues to enhance our green spaces,” said Wayne Emmerson, York Region chairman and CEO, in a news release.
Splittville Entainment acquired the facility at 9 East Wilmot St. in Richmond Hill in May 2022, management has updated the space in phases and now boasts an arcade, 40 lanes of 10-pin bowling, and mini golf providing hours of fun.
The Advance Tunnel Contract includes designing the tunnels and building the launch and extraction shafts that will be used for the tunnel boring machines. It also includes the design and construction of headwalls for stations and emergency exit buildings. To deliver the new subway as quickly as possible, tunneling will begin first, followed by a separate contract to build the stations, rail and systems.
“We have 18 new vendors aside from all of our current vendors, which means we’re spreading throughout the paths,” said Williams while surveying the landscape of Town Park. “It’s crazy how much space we need.”
“The patio program helps with a number of things,” she said. “It makes the downtown more vibrant, which is desperately needed right now. It really does help the local businesses as it does add more charm to Main Street.”
“The campus will offer students the competitive advantage of an experiential education designed to produce job-ready candidates,” says Gordon Binsted, deputy provost of Markham Campus.
“We know that CosmoFEST is all about bringing music and the community together and we wouldn’t have it any other way. More than ever, we are grateful to perform music for the people. On June 3rd we kick off our summer touring at CosmoFEST in Richmond Hill.” — Neil Osborne, 54·40
“We’re proud to offer such a diversity of experiences to our guests,” said Norm Pirtovshek, general manager. “Through four seasons we have more than 200 attractions at the park, rides for guests of all ages and world-class events and entertainment that can’t be missed.”
Whether you want to visit to recreate your favourite on-screen scene or are craving a small-town experience just a short drive from downtown Toronto, Unionville is the perfect destination for an afternoon of exploring.
Through the Region’s own dark-fibre network, operated and managed by YorkNet, we are building an affordable, reliable and sustainable network across York Region that also supports Regional operations and services.
This project is part of an existing partnership between Ontario and Canada. On July 29, 2021, the governments announced their partnership to support large-scale, fibre-based projects that will provide high-speed internet access to more than 280,000 rural and remote households across the province.
The longtime community rink is getting featured as part of the Outdoor Hockey Club’s documentary series on rinks across the country. Newmarket’s rink won a fan vote put on by CARHA Hockey last November to get the honour.
“Our seasonal associates play an important role in our mission of delivering amazing experiences to all of our guests,” said Norm Pirtovshek, general manager at Canada’s Wonderland. “We’re proud to offer highly competitive wages, amazing perks, and an opportunity to make lifelong friends and develop essential leadership skills to help build future careers.”
In 2022, Angelina won over 90 per cent of the tournaments she entered in Ontario and is a two-time U.S. Kids Canadian Local Tour champion and U.S. Kids Canadian Invitational champion.
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Nearby attractions include the Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre, Canada’s Wonderland, Wet n’ Wild Waterpark, Legoland Discovery Centre and the Kortright Centre for Conservation.