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Where To Find The Best Tobogganing Hills in Toronto

An afternoon sledding on the hills is family winter fun at it’s finest! Not to mention, once you have sleds, it’s completely free to enjoy over and over. There are hundreds of tobogganing and sledding spots across the GTA, and likely many close to where you live. Keep reading for
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Stride and glide this winter | Cross-country skiing in Toronto

  In addition to the numerous parks and multi-use trails groomed for cross-country skiing in Toronto, there are a number of conservation and adventure centres with groomed trails perfect for families. Here are some of our top spots. High Park This park features an extensive network of trails perfect for
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The Best Outdoor Skating Rinks in Greater Toronto

With rosy cheeks and mitten hands, you can skate, spin or shinny at these outdoor skating rinks in the Greater Toronto Area. Outdoor skating is one of those rare activities that families of all ages can enjoy together during the long and cold winter months. Read on for the top
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Taste of Regent Park Features Local Chefs

Celebrate local talent, enjoy great food and help end homelessness at the annual Taste of Regent Park. The weekly event is scaled down this year in light of COVID-19 restrictions, but the spirit of Regent Park remains! From July 8 to August 26, take-out meals are available every Wednesday from
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Ask A Scientist Your Curious Questions

Making science fun, hands on and relatable is key to helping your child engage with the world around them. The Ontario Science Centre strives to help families discover everyday science … even from home! Along with their other online learning resources, they also offer “Ask A Scientist” live on their
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Experience the Wonder of Niagara Falls Without Getting Wet

I remember visiting Niagara Falls for the first time as a child of just 7 years old. The incredible display of power and beauty left me in awe. I also remember getting very, very wet! But now it’s possible to experience Niagara Falls through virtual reality and online resources at
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A Hub of Creativity From Avenue Road Arts School

With our schedules and routines being a little more on the plain side right now, it’s more important than ever to engage your creative side! Avenue Road Arts School has launched a virtual creative hub for all ages. Continue to learn, engage and connect with the arts, remotely. The virtual hub
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Creative Crafts For Kids From Michaels

Does your child love glue, glitter, paint and all things creative? Then they will love the Michaels “Projects” tab, because it’s full of how-to tips for crafters of all ages! In the Kids’ Craft section you’ll find simple crafts to engage and encourage creativity at home.  The projects mostly use common
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Join The Wizarding World With Harry Potter

This one is for all the Harry Potter enthusiasts! Wizarding World is bringing Hogwarts to you with the Harry Potter at Home online hub. It has everything from quizzes and puzzles, to articles and drawing tutorials – all of it is free. Take the First Year Hogwarts Professor Quiz and
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Build Your Own Paper City {Free Templates!}

I’m all for time-consuming (but still entertaining) boredom busters, and this one meets the criteria! A British Architecture Studio, Foster & Partners, has released a series of building templates that kids can use to build their own paper city at home. All you need to do is print, colour and
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