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How to Brave a Toronto Winter

It’s been a mild winter here in Toronto. I haven’t had to wear my heavy winter boots and mitts yet in 2017, but that doesn’t mean I don’t pray for the blue skies and light sweaters of spring. The days of winter may be grey and chilly, but Toronto is a city that can warm […]

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5 Winter Markets to Get You in a Frosty Mood

As winds blow in from the north, Toronto pulls its enormous parkas and oversized scarves out of the deepest corners of its closets, dreading the bone-chilling cold. Perhaps I am being dramatic. Winter isn’t actually that bad, especially when Toronto offers so many fun winter markets with plentiful opportunities to eat, shop, skate, and drink […]

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Emily Pitman Hall

Top 5 Classic Toronto Winter Activities

On my way home to Pitman Hall Residence, I noticed that one of the Residence Service Desk (RSD) staff members had put up a new whiteboard post. This is a common thing for all residents in Pitman or the ILLC to see, however this one stuck out to me… (Probably because of the time of year… […]

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