Winterlicious is a Food and Wine event promoted by the City of Toronto and American Express. Its purpose is to encourage patrons to visit certain restaurants during a traditionally slow time and to have them sample a limited menu at a fixed price.
The city selects which restaurants are allowed to participate. There are several rules for becoming a participating restaurant, including certain price standards, a clean health inspection record, and good reviews from Toronto restaurant review guides. There is also a significant fee which participating establishments must pay to the City.
Richard Wagner redefined opera in the 1850s. His seamless marriage of words and music created the complete art form, which reached its pinnacle in his monumental Ring Cycle. In this instalment, Siegfried’s heroic journey reveals the minds of gods and mortals in a story of greed, fear, and self-discovery.
Christine Goerke returns as Brünnhilde and the opera world focuses on the COC for this important debut. Renowned Canadian film director François Girard signs the staging; COC Music Director Johannes Debus conducts.
Figaro and Susanna’s wedding is jeopardized by the wandering eye of the Count, their employer. Intrigue and mistaken identities ensnare everyone in a web of erotic passions as a sparkling cast guides us through this magnificent, witty farce. Set to music of luminous beauty, Figaro is a testament to Mozart’s genius.
Claus Guth’s production is inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s films and the plays of Ibsen and Strindberg. COC Music Director Johannes Debus conducts.Sung in Italian with English surtitles.
The Auto Show strives to provide a “Total Automotive Experience”. Over 600,000 square feet of displays, prize giveaways and exhibits! It feature some of the world’s finest automobiles in the Auto Exotica section, a wide array of clean fuel-efficient vehicles in its Eco-Drive Showcase, as well as a Hot Rod Builders Showcase. Lots of cars and motorcycles on display.
The Toronto Motorcycle Show is the biggest manufacturers show in Ontario, with a wide-ranging and exciting line-up of exhibitors that celebrates the motorcycle lifestyle. From the open road, to the track and to the trail, this is your chance to see the newest models from the big names, plus the latest in apparel, accessories and touring destinations - all under one roof. The Show is packed with special features and events that are sure to please riders of all ages, including the kids.
Canada's premier foodservice and hospitality event of the year. A comprehensive forum of industry products, the CRFA Show attracts thousands of industry professionals and puts them face to face with exhibitors showcasing all their latest products. From new trends in foodservice through to the latest in energy efficient equipment, the CRFA Show is overflowing with fresh ideas to help promote, grow and manage your business.
The one-stop marketplace approach of the CRFA Show connects you with food distributors, equipment manufacturers, foodservice suppliers and dealers, among others - saving you time and money and giving you unparalleled access to new ideas, products and services.
The Toronto International Bicycle Show is the best place to shop for bicycles and accessories, preview the newest trends in cycling from the top manufacturers and distributors plus enjoy thrilling action-packed events.
Fashion lovers can discover an amazing array of vintage fashion at the new Toronto Vintage Clothing Show. The show is an opportunity to discover hand-picked vintage and retro clothing, accessories and jewellery from top independent vintage fashion vendors. Exhibitors hail from Montréal, Toronto, Ottawa and beyond, and offer rare, one-of-a-kind pieces. Vendors carry everything from costume jewellery, to Chanel, Hermes, vintage scarves, hats, cocktail dresses - anything you could want at every price range. One day only. Takes place at North Building.
The four-day annual Convention of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada is held in Toronto. It has grown in size, stature and influence since it began in 1932 and today is the event of choice for the world’s mineral industry. In addition to meeting over 1,000 exhibitors, 30,147 attendees from 126 countries, it allows participants the opportunity to attend technical sessions, short courses as well as social and networking events.