This fall, the 43rd annual Toronto International Film Festival presents another crop of exceptional cinema.
This August, the world’s top-tier dancers and choreographers will come together in the small Laurentides village of Saint-Sauveur.
The multifaceted exhibition showcases over 400 live and preserved spider specimens in addition to featuring interactive games and video experiences.
The highly anticipated new ballet celebrates the life and work of Scottish-Canadian filmmaker Norman McLaren.
At 15,000 square feet, the new space is smaller than the 25,000-square-foot venue it had occupied since 1992. But there’s no question it’s an upgrade.
Vidal Sassoon reinvented the haircut, and then he reinvented Toronto.
An extravagant flower show featuring stunning, original designs created by local florists in each participating city.
Encore! Dance Hall of Fame celebrates the contributions made by dancers—and dance lovers—to the development of Canadian arts and culture.
The Canadian designer has been creating distinctive accessories for the last 37 years. This March, the first-ever Suzi Roher flagship opens in Toronto.
London gallerist and author Louisa Guinness showcases little-known jewellery creations by 78 of the 20th century’s most celebrated artists.