Living in Toronto one realizes that the city is growing at an alarming rate. Along with this growth comes development and it’s no secret that there are fewer places to enjoy nature than just a few years ago. The CCFEW Bird Walks achieves two things. One, it allows us to view the abundance of wildlife that occupies the land at the foot of the lake in South Etobicoke....

Posted on Apr 6 2015 - 5:15pm by Richard
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We love a good game of paintball! This sport is a perfect blend of strategy, fitness, and fun. There are a few outdoor paintball locations outside of the city but there’s no need to drive that far as Paintball City is right here in Etobicoke. Paintball City is located at 35 Stoffel Drive and can be seen as you drive along the 401 just West of Martin Grove Road....

Posted on Mar 15 2015 - 10:16am by Richard
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When heading out to a pub the last thing you want to do is think about anything other than grabbing a table or a stool by the bar and enjoying good food and drinks with friends. You’ll get exactly that and more at St. James’s Gate Irish Alehouse and Restaurant in Etobicoke. St. James’s Gate, located at 5140 Dundas Street West just East of Kipling,...

Posted on Mar 9 2015 - 10:20am by Richard
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Desserts are usually heavy, calorie-intensive affairs that have you feeling guilty after eating them. Macarons, however, are typically lighter and have a deliciously sophisticated taste and that’s exactly what AG Macarons in Etobicoke serves up its customers. AG Macarons is a relatively new bake shop located at 709 The Queensway (just East of Royal York) that...

Posted on Mar 2 2015 - 10:16am by Richard
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Entrepreneurs are the backbone of society. They take risks to open up businesses that will hopefully not only benefit their own families, but fill a need for the community as well. Unfortunately many entrepreneurs fail unnecessarily because of a lack of knowledge of a specific business process or just plain old bad advice. HumberLaunch in Etobicoke is here to help...

Posted on Feb 15 2015 - 8:09am by Richard
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On these cold and frigid nights during the winter as we’re cuddled under blankets with loved ones it’s easy to forget that there are people out there, for one reason or another, without a home or family to care for them and keep them warm. This is not strictly a downtown Toronto problem, but a problem that is shared across many communities big and small...

For anyone who follows the art scene here in Etobicoke they know that it is one that is already bursting at the seams and is growing. For others, they may think it is non-existent. Cultural Hotspot is a program in its second year, run by the City of Toronto’s Arts & Culture in partnership with community groups. The goal of the Cultural Hotspot is to shine...

Posted on Jan 12 2015 - 11:21am by Richard
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If there’s one thing I’d change about my childhood is that I think I would have wanted to be a scout. The activities that scouts participate in would have appealed to me as a youngster and still do to this very day. If you’re worried that your child will be spending more time online than outdoors than consider signing them up with the 1st Lakeshore...

We here at 365Etobicoke.com know that our city is a fantastic place to live in and play in and we want the rest of Toronto and the GTA to know it as well. Our site popularity has been growing year over year and with 20,000 to 30,000 page views each month we are getting noticed. Share the word and let your friends know that Etobicoke has lots to offer and embraces...

Posted on Dec 19 2014 - 2:09pm by Richard
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Specialty burger joints are popping up around Toronto so frequently that the word “specialty” may lose its meaning. However, that’s not the case with The Burger’s Priest and its new location in Etobicoke. The Burger’s Priest is located at 1599 The Queensway just East of the 427. What was once another chain’s empty restaurant is...