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Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre (@TO_CouncilFire) via Twitter

In honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day, the Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square has gotten two upgrades: a custom-vinyl wrap around its famous photo-op letters and the addition of a Medicine Wheel. more

News

Indigenous History Month

Native Canadian Centre of Toronto (NCCT)

June is National Indigenous History Month. Celebrate Canada's Indigenous peoples at events across Toronto including the Indigenous Arts Festival at Fort York and Masters Indigenous Games. more

Culture

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Samuel Engelking

Massey Hall is selling its iconic seats for $1,000 a pop. Buy a little piece of the 124-year-old venue before it closes for the final two years of renovation more

Music

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Kate Killet

NXNE 2018 reviews: Our critics spent the week in venues throughout Toronto, catching shows by Ryan Hemsworth, RYAN Playground, Tokyo Police Club's Dave Monks, LA Timpa and more. more

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Graham Powell

The success of the LGBTQ poster campaign Hall of Justice, running in Toronto schools and exhibiting during Pride, suggests support for progressive sex-ed more

Education

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Samuel Engelking

The pop artist and author will exhibit new work as part of a group show in August more

Art & Design

The Polaris Music Prize long list has been announced for 2018. NOW cover stars U.S. Girls, Daniel Ceasar and Charlotte Day Wilson made the cut and will vie with 37 other Canadian albums for the $50,000 prize. more

Music

After 10 years in Toronto's west-end, popular high-end clothing store Jonathan+Olivia is closing in July and relocating to Whistler, B.C. in September. more

Life

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Natalia Manzocco

Following the Feed It Forward Soup Bar, the Ontario not-for-profit is launching the world's first pay-what-you-can grocery store, bakery and coffee shop in Toronto's Junction neighbourhood. more

Food