Toronto’s newest Filipino restaurant only serves food once a month

In Tagalog, the word kusinera means 'female cook'. In Toronto, it's also the name of a pop-up that pays homage to the resilience of Filipinas with dishes like kare kare and kaldereta that are well worth waiting a month for. There's no female chef behind Kusinera: The owner of the new Toronto pop-up is 23-year-old Keanu Francisco, who…

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Toronto wedding planners share their advice for 2021 brides

Many Toronto brides with 2020 wedding dates understandably have postponed their weddings to 2021, and with restrictions still hanging over all our heads local wedding planners have some advice for those who want to tie the knot this year. 2021 isn't the escape from COVID-19 most of us dreamed it would be, but fortunately there…

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Meet a mother of two whose life has been transformed by Toronto’s social housing

As both the most populous city in Canada and the city with the twelfth-highest average property cost in the world, Toronto has the largest population of homeless, underhoused, and precariously-housed people in the country. Toronto-based charitable organization Fred Victor reports that over 10,000 people in Toronto sleep in shelters, respite centres, or outdoors every night. Approximately…

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Tui Cancels Florida Holidays Until May

Tui has cancelled all its holidays to Florida up to and including 30 April because of Covid-19 restrictions. The company stated on its website that affected customers are being contacted to discuss their options, including changing their booking to another holiday or receiving a full refund. “We understand holidays to Florida are an exciting and…

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Holidaymakers Want ‘More Meaningful’ Trips

A recent survey from G Adventures reveals that there is truth to the idea travellers care more about where their money goes on holidays, especially if it goes to support local communities. A poll of British, American and Australian travellers found that roughly three-quarters of them want to make sure that the money they spend…

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Norwegian Petitions Irish High Court to Hand Back 36 Aircraft

Troubled airline Norwegian Air is looking to return 36 of its planes back to lessors as part of cost-cutting mandated by the terms of the Norwegian government’s bailout package. The airline has asked the irish High Court to end leasing agreements held by its Irish subsidiaries. Read the story here.   The post Norwegian Petitions…

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6 Best Places for Students to Live in Barcelona

If you have decided to live and study in Barcelona, then we would like to welcome you to the city. It doesn’t matter whether you will start a postgraduate or master at ESADE or EU Business School, or whether you will study with Erasmus in the city of Barcelona.  You will probably be occupied with…

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Toronto man caught stealing dirty diapers from green bin

A Toronto man seems to have taken the phrase, "One man's trash is another man's treasure" a little too literally. Fourty-year-old Toronto resident Shane Stephen Kirkaldy has been arrested and charged by Toronto Police for allegedly stealing dirty diapers from a green bin outside a house, according to a news release.  Police say the man removed soiled…

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