Toronto Grand Prix Tourist

Blog URL:http://torontogp.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:Toronto Blog, photos, pictures, motorsports, fashion, media, racing, Honda Indy, NASCAR
Country:Canada
State/Province:Ontario
Location:Toronto

Photographer explores locations, events and adventures in Toronto, Ontario.



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Opening night at #CollisionConf reached capacity at 5pm and the large crowd waits for the first remarks and PM Justin Trudeau to take to the main stage.At 5pm Collision brought 15 rising businesses to the forefront of the night as they discussed thei...

Victoria Day weekend brings the Spring Artfest and an exhibition the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival into the historic Distillery District. Artfest happens during the two long weekends during the glorious Toronto summer and the first annual 2...

The May two-four weekend is happening now and there are a number of fun things going on, so take advantage of the cloudy and cool spring days - what, where is the warm weather. From the City of Toronto here are some activities and closures during the...

Three winning photographers were hosted at the Gladstone Hotel as part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Lens based artists Luther Konadu, Ethan Murphy and Zinnia Naqvi were the winners of the New Generation Photography Award during the...

The majestic draft horses of the Budweiser brewery are in Toronto over the weekend, part of a promotion for their new beer - Copper Lager. On Friday they were at Union Station and along King Street, today they were at the LCBO Queen's Quay and tomorr...

#WNBR is one just month away, patiently waiting for warmer weather to come as Toronto prepares for the annual clothes free protest against oil consumption on Saturday, June 8th.  Co-organizer Gene Dare poses with his bike early in the morning of...

It's a good thing Toronto's High Park is so big because when the cherry blossom festival comes into peak bloom, most of the city moves into the park to witness and document the occasion. On Saturday, May 11 the Sakura cherry trees were indeed in peak...