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...

Posted on Dec 16 2014 - 11:29am by Richard
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It seems as if we’ve been getting the Samko and Miko Toy Warehouse flyers in our household forever and the fact is, we have! With the Toronto head office and store being located in Etobicoke it is super-close for local residents and their toy needs. Samko and Miko Toy Warehouse has several locations across the GTA with the Etobicoke store situated at 77 Fima...

The magic of flowers and plants to lift moods should not be underestimated whether you’re in the dead of Winter or the warmth of Summer. Experiencing the various colours and scents brings smiles to young and old alike. “Flower Power” is what my daughter calls it and you can get your own dose at the Centennial Park Conservatory in Etobicoke. Centennial...

During the Christmas holidays there are few things more inspiring than the sound of 200 beautiful voices filling the air with song. The Carolling in The Kingsway Out of the Cold Concert in Etobicoke is an event that people wait all year for and what makes it all the more special that it is all for a good cause which we can all get behind. The 14th Annual Carolling...

Today’s seniors are more active than ever. They are healthier, more involved in the community, and generally happier than generations past. As most seniors are retired or near-retirement they undoubtedly need a place where they can focus their energy into something productive and that’s where the Islington Seniors Centre in Etobicoke shines. The Islington...

Posted on Nov 17 2014 - 1:09pm by Richard
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When we have the pleasure of not cooking at home and eating out we all have that “go-to” restaurant where we know that the food is consistently good and the service is fast and friendly. That place for us, and many Etobicoke and GTA residents, is The Grille Restaurant and Bar. The Grille Restaurant and Bar is located at 1596 The Queensway just East of...