Leslieville has been an up and coming neighborhood in Toronto since the early 2000s. Originally it was a place of industry, full of factories, metal processing plants, tanneries and home to the factory workers. Now with all of that gone and the old factories being converted into condo buildings, it is becoming a prime neighborhood for middle class living close to Toronto’s downtown.
The winter months in Toronto are full of chilly, rainy, snowy days, however that doesn’t make the whole city come to a standstill. There are many things for you to get out and see and do in Toronto in the winter.
Sightseers, partiers, and classy travelers alike will get a kick out of Toronto‘s many New Year’s Eve events. No matter how you plan to spend your evening—a glass of champagne, a view of the fireworks, or just going with the flow—you’ll be pumped up for 2013 by the time the clock strikes twelve. Here are some ideas of how to spend your evening:
The city of Toronto has been around since the late 18th century so there are many old mansions and buildings still standing in the city that are bound to be haunted and rumored with tales of ghosts. With Halloween right around the corner October is one of the best times of the year to venture out and see if the stories are true.
Being the largest city in all of Canada, Toronto is known for many things from its tall buildings to its shopping malls, sports teams, nightlife, food and breweries. From small microbreweries to large well known beers it would be pretty hard for you to go thirsty in Toronto.