Tagged: Toronto

Yorkville Exotic Car Show is coming back on Fathers Day

Photo of a Ferrai Enzo. Photo credit Vincent Banial

 

2015 was a bust for the show apparently due to the Pan-Am games. It’s now 2016 and the Yorkville Exotic Car Show will be returning to Bloor St West.

Photo of a Rolls Royce.Photo Credit Vincent Banial and uniquelytoronto.com

 

When?

On Fathers Day. That will on Sunday, June 19 2016. So make a note in your Calendars and Day Timers.

Photo of a 1955 Jaguar XK140.Photo Credit Vincent Banial @ uniquelytoronto.com

All that I know so far is that the Red Carpet on Bloor St will be back. The 2016 Yorkville Exotic Car Show with feature about 120 Exotic Cars. No word if there will be a stage with live music.

 

Photo of a Porsche. Photo credit Vincent Banial

 

Posted by: Vincent Banial
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Toronto 2015 Cavalcade of Lights Christmas Tree, Skating & Decorations

Great video by Lauren Basamot, showing Toronto’s Christmas Tree, Decorations and Skating at Nathan Phillips Square. All part of the 49th Cavalcade of Lights in Toronto, in 2015

Video is courtesy of the Lauren Basamot YouTube channel

 

Posted by: Vincent Banial
www.uniquelytoronto.com
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Toronto 2015 Cavalcade of Lights fireworks

Fireworks display from the 49th Cavalcade of Lights at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, 2015.

 

Posted by: Vincent Banial
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Cavalcade of Lights in Toronto 2014

Video is courtesy of the Unique Toronto Tours YouTube Channel

The annual Toronto Cavalcade of Lights is held in the heart of the City, at Nathan Phillips Square. Local Toronto based Musicians fill the evening with live music prior to the Christmas Lights Show.

 

Posted by: Vincent Banial

Disclaimer: Any Trademarks mentioned in this post are owned by the respective Trademark owner. There could be unintentional errors or omissions in this post. Always refer to the official sites to confirm details and any ongoing changes or updates. This post is subject to change without notice.

The Rolling Stones to play in Toronto. May 25 at the Air Canada Centre.

The Rolling Stones are coming to the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, on May 25. Might be the last opportunity that Torontonians will get to see these guys play live.
Just checked and there were four “centre floor” tickets left at $7,500 each. That’s at Toronto Ticket Sales. At their low end, there are two tickets left at $550 each. I was surprised since I thought that tickets were not available till next Monday.
The Ticketmaster site states that tickets are not available for sale till 10am Apr 08. The ticket price range from Ticketmaster is listed as CA $166.50 – CA $624.50. Visit Ticketmaster by clicking: The Rolling Stones at Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Intercounty Baseball League 2013 Game Schedule has been released.

IBL Baseball at Christie Pits in Toronto. Photo credit ccvic.zenfolio.com

IBL Baseball at Christie Pits in Toronto. Photo credit ccvic.zenfolio.com

The IBL has been around since 1919. The Toronto team is called the Toronto Maple Leaf Baseball Club. It is an organization owned and run by Mr Jack Dominico. Mr. Dominico’s late wife Lynne was a co-owner for 40 years. They both created something special, which Jack Dominico continues. Continue reading

GuestLogix Inc. Breakout. Trading on the Toronto TMX exchange, as symbol GXI

GuestLogix Stock Chart - Shorter Term View - symbol GXI trading on stock exchange in Toronto. Price Breakout on mar 11

GuestLogix Stock Chart – Shorter Term View – symbol GXI trading on stock exchange in Toronto. Price Breakout on Mar 11

Time for another Trading / Investing related post. It’s been a while since the prior post about trading Ford shares.  Two stock charts were added to this post. Both are daily charts. One shows a longer term view and the other short-term view. Both also have Fibonacci ratios plotted on them. Continue reading

The most popular Blog in the world. No not this one, at least not yet…


I had learned about the Drudge Report site when I started investing/trading stocks. At that time I had no idea what a Blog was. I found the Drudge Report to be extremely helpful and it helped in getting and keeping Capital Gains.

Drudge Report

Drudge Report (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


The major things that I had liked was the vast variety of news, from assorted news sources around the world. If there was a trouble spot in the world, I could count on getting some unique and interesting insight just by visiting the Drudge site. I was mostly into Gold mining and Oil stocks at that time. Continue reading

Downtown Toronto circa 1901 – a waterfront view

Histproic photo of Toronto from 1901 showing the downtown waterfront.

Photo courtesy of the US Library of Congress Archive. Downtown Toronto waterfront circa 1901

This photo is from the US Library of Congress Archive. The original Copyright was issued in 1901 to the Detroit Photographic Co. It is my understanding that there are no known publication restrictions. The original photo was a photomechanical print, as color photography had not yet been invented in 1901. Continue reading

Guitar Show / Swap Meet in Toronto on Saturday Feb. 9th, 2013

Need a new Axe? Maybe you’re looking for some stomp boxes?

Tundra Music is holding another Guitar Swap meet on Saturday Feb. 9th, 2013. This time around they will also have Roland Canada and D’Addario Canada there with displays. 

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Costco in Canada will have 4×6 prints priced at 8 Cents each – Feb 18 till Mar 03 2013

 

Sale Sign,photo,clik clik vicSome shooters may scoff at getting prints made at Costco.  I suspect that they have not tried Costco for their photo printing needs. I have and without any doubt am more than happy to recommend them.

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