Last year we blew up the country by featuring the best and brightest young professionals and young entrepreneurs in the business. 1000s of people were nominated, 10s of 1000s voted, and a select few were lucky enough to be crowned Notable...
You came, you sipped, and you spoke. After sifting through the alphabet of our city’s finest 2014 roasters, you landed on one letter and called it your favourite. Read on to see who you voted as Toronto’s best new café of 2014
Last month, we closed off 2014 with one of the best parties of the year: The Ontario Notable Awards. And this is what it looks like when we get together with a 1000 of our favourite people. Just a little reminder of what you have to look forward to in 2015
We’re still sticking to the big showdowns of 2014, and this time it’s a battle of the baristas. In recent years, Toronto has grown a phenomenal selection of coffee shops and cafés and 2014 was as good a crop as any. But we want to know what 2014 independent newcomer was your favourite spot to pick up a caffeine kick
Lately, we’ve noticed something quite refreshing: an increase in mainstream commercials that feature same-sex couples. In fact, 2014 saw more same-sex commercials than ever before in North America – and some from brands you’d least suspect. Here are just 8 of them that are worth checking out if you missed them the first time around
A lot of things need to be done right to provide people with a truly outstanding restaurant experience. Lucky for Toronto, “excellent” has pretty much become the standard – and one need look no further than the 2014 crop of new eateries to prove it. The question is, who was the cream of that crop?
By sharing and discussing, working and donating, young professionals have spent the year actively involved in many important causes and movements. Here are just a few that had us particularly impassioned
In a great city like Toronto, there’s so much to appreciate during the holidays. Not every metropolis offers the memorable winter experiences of The Big Smoke – and most of those experiences are made infinitely better with electricity. Read on to see what you picked as the 2014 Toronto Holiday experience for which you were most thankful
It’s hard to keep up with all the new hotspots in Vancouver’s ever-growing culinary scene. We all have our old favourites, but it’s important to pay attention to the newcomers – especially the ones we suspect are here to stay
2014 was a great year for a lot of things in this city and one of those things was bars. Tons of new spots opened up all over town; from gastro pubs to tequila bars, and all the way to swanky cocktail lounges. And guess what – we want to know who you think was on the very top shelf