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The Royal Ontario Museum's hotly-anticipated Winnie The Pooh exhibit, cut short by COVID-19 in March, is returning in September
Health-care, emergency services, grocery stores, sanitation or public transit workers have until August 16 to sign up for a free annual pass
The Let's Play series starts with a playthrough of the classic city-building simulator SimCity
A high-tech art exhibition allows Torontonians to escape into the enduringly popular Dutch painter's mind via a relic of the city's industrial past
After a 17-week shutdown, the museum is projecting a $18 million revenue hit, opening more outdoor space and rescheduling an Egyptian Mummies show
MOCA is planning a free preview for members and donors ahead of the official relaunch
Eric Kostiuk Williams joins Norm to talk about writing and drawing NOW’s editorial cartoons about life in the quarantimes – and why he’s taking a break
The public can visit the ceramic art museum for free on July 11 and 12
The sixth annual public art exhibition transforms four lifeguard stations on Woodbine Beach into sensorial sculptures
The new year brought 230 new emojis, but a classic one has grown more embittered in our trying times
What to do at the design fest, including Interior Design Show, Come Up To My Room and Hot Docs's Art, Architecture, Design Film Festival
The annual public art exhibition on the eastern beaches will feature sun, sound and augmented reality
The hotly-anticipated Winnie-The-Pooh ROM exhibit will soon be back open to the public.
Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic, dedicated to the history of.
Museums in Ontario reopened this month as part of stage 2 in the provincial reopening plan.
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IMMERSIVE VAN GOGH at 1 Yonge. $35-$95. vangoghexhibit.ca.
With most cultural events cancelled due to coronavirus, the only game in town.