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Riding & Walking for Humber’s New Hospital

August 4, 2010 by  
Filed under People & Places

Wheels for WellnessOn June 27th, 2010, over 300 riders and walkers helped kick off CIBC’s Wheels for Wellness at Seneca College, King Campus. All the participants enjoyed a day filled with sunshine and great fun. Some of the highlights included a relaxing Massage Centre, a delicious lunch – pizza, sponsored by Pizzaville, hamburgers sponsored by Mike Wholesale Meats and a healthy choice boxed lunch. Participants also enjoyed live entertainment from ‘The Pan Fantasy Steel Band’ and the children had fun at the Kids Zone with jumping castles, face painting and toys sponsored by Spin Master. The day would not have been possible without the sponsors, volunteers Read more

The Consulate Dining Lounge On Innis Lake: A Savoury Retreat

June 15, 2009 by  
Filed under City's Top

There’s a reason why illustrious journeys are made to places like California’s Napa Valley. Breathtaking open landscapes with protruding natural waters are ideal for a getaway from the everyday. But if you don’t have time to jump on a plane, there’s a beautiful oasis just around the corner. The Consulate Dining Lounge on Innis Lake is the ideal hot spot for a elegant gourmet meal, only minutes away from the city. “Our food and ambience is pretty hard to beat,” says owner John Giancola. “The French chateau-style dining room overlooks the terrace and the lake. It has a very authentic, rustic feel.” Read more

Meet me at Mercato

June 15, 2009 by  
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As  you open the doors of Mercato Fine Foods, the sounds of friendly chit-chat and the aromas of home-cooked specialties and robust espresso transports you to a charming Italian village.

Taking its inspiration from the culture-rich country of Italy, the bakery-deli’s name translates to market. And that is exactly the feeling that customers get when they come in from a busy day to browse the selection, grab a bite or replenish their weekly groceries. “The vibrant colours in our décor invite you inside,” says Rosanna Loiero, who owns Mercato with her husband, Salvatore Loiero. “I think we’ve created a very welcoming atmosphere,” he says. Read more