Toronto has two airports, Pearson International Airport, which most of you are likely flying into, and the smaller Billy Bishop Airport, with direct flights from Chicago, New York and other commuter hubs. If you’re flying into Pearson International… You’ll land approximately 30km from the city centre where University of Toronto is located. There are a … Continue reading →Flying into Toronto and Getting to U of T: What should you know?
Toronto’s a great city, but it can be a challenge to navigate. Driving can be frustrating due to traffic and construction, but if you are driving, make sure you’re aware of the number one rule: don’t pass stopped streetcars at a stop. You’ll be honked at mercilessly. UBER and UBERPool operate in the city fairly well, and … Continue reading →Getting Around Toronto
Planning a holiday either before or after ProComm 2018? Ontario has great places to visit and great shows to see. The Stratford Festival, well-known for its Shakespeare productions is much more than that. This year, you can take in musicals like The Music Man or The Rocky Horror Show, American classics like To Kill a Mockingbird … Continue reading →Ontario is the Place for Summer Theatre
Toronto is a city of proud neighbourhoods. I have lived in three of Canada’s greatest cities. I grew up in Montreal, lived for twenty-five years in Vancouver and now I live – and love living – in Toronto. Montreal is one of the most exciting cities in the world, a uniquely French twist on the … Continue reading →A City of Proud Neighbourhoods