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Founded in a small warehouse in Toronto over 50 years ago, Canada Goose is ones of the worlds leading manufactures of extreme weather outerwear. Still basing all of their production in Canada, inspired by the cold weather that is inherent to their national identity, Canada goose produce pieces with real integrity and genuine reliability. A simple cold weather design, the Canada Goose Langford Parka is taken from their Arctic Program tier, equipment built to tackle extreme temperatures at…

Crowded beach is on the lake side of Centre Island; a popular spot as Toronto's thousands sought cooling breezes and water as they enjoyed the line; hot week-end weather. Ideal summer weather lured huge crowds to all of Toronto's beaches and sent other thousands driving out into the country for picnics and other country activities.


The week in pictures: 3 June 2011


Ontario provincial parks beckon during the fall with their stunning foliage and magical sunsets. It's time to get out of Toronto and explore the province before the cold weather sets in and you never want to leave your apartment. Before you go, check out this handy fall colour report to...

from Yahoo

Adorable Video Shows Panda Tumbling in the Snow

Favorite thing to do in Toronto. (in nice weather) Take a ferry to the Toronto Islands and ride a bike or take a walk. A waterfront picnic park made up of several islands.

from Savoteur Toronto

Let It Thaw

Winter in Toronto. Like with the five stages of grief, the sooner you get to acceptance, the sooner spring arrives. Let the anger, denial, bargaining and depression go with a trip to The Beaches for the second Winter Stations outdoor art competition and exhibition, where lifeguard posts are turned into installations. This year's theme was Freeze/Thaw, and the seven winning installations were inspired by the city's unpredictable weather.

from CBC News

Viewer pictures: Winter weather in Toronto

Gabor Palfy sent in this picture of the snow coating the trees in Toronto's Alamosa Park, an image that he described as


Canadian cities break Valentine’s Day cold records set in 19th century

Canadian cities break Valentine’s Day cold records set in 19th century: Sunday's weather capped of a weekend of cold temperatures that affected many parts of eastern and central Canada. (Toronto Star 14 February 2016)