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FOOD: At Riverdale Park Farmers Market you’ll find a variety of locally-grown lush seasonal produce, delicious locally-made food and baked goods, organic products, and so much more. Enjoy hands-on demonstrations, special exhibits and themed market days... all within the tranquil, naturalized historical farm setting known within the community as an Oasis in the city.

FOOD: At Riverdale Park Farmers Market you’ll find a variety of locally-grown lush seasonal produce, delicious locally-made food and baked goods, organic products, and so much more. Enjoy hands-on demonstrations, special exhibits and themed market days... all within the tranquil, naturalized historical farm setting known within the community as an Oasis in the city.

Happy #TBTsquared to a visit to Cabbagetown's Riverdale Farm Toronto on September 2, 2013. A little bit of farm life in the city.

Happy #TBTsquared to a visit to Cabbagetown's Riverdale Farm Toronto on September 2, 2013. A little bit of farm life in the city.

Organic farms near Toronto are just about to hit their stride for the summer growing season. Good things grow in Ontario, and with more of us choosing local and organic food options, there's no shortage of places near Toronto to find freshness and quality. If you're up for an afternoon...

Organic farms near Toronto are just about to hit their stride for the summer growing season. Good things grow in Ontario, and with more of us choosing local and organic food options, there's no shortage of places near Toronto to find freshness and quality. If you're up for an afternoon...

PEOPLE: Toronto Necropolis is the final resting place of Toronto’s first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie. William began his career as a journalist and was eventually elected as the very first mayor during the same month that the township of York officially changed it's name to "Toronto". March 1834 was a big month for our little city and its mayor.

PEOPLE: Toronto Necropolis is the final resting place of Toronto’s first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie. William began his career as a journalist and was eventually elected as the very first mayor during the same month that the township of York officially changed it's name to "Toronto". March 1834 was a big month for our little city and its mayor.

Who says nothing interesting ever happens beyond the Don? Over the last century or so, Toronto's east end neighbourhoods have provided the setting for some of the city's ugliest history: capital punishment in the form of public jailhouse hangings, and the isolation of "idiots" and "the idle" in jail-like buildings...

Who says nothing interesting ever happens beyond the Don? Over the last century or so, Toronto's east end neighbourhoods have provided the setting for some of the city's ugliest history: capital punishment in the form of public jailhouse hangings, and the isolation of "idiots" and "the idle" in jail-like buildings...

Tango Palace Coffee , 1156 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1L2

Tango Palace Coffee , 1156 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1L2

Florabunda Toronto - leslieville florist

Florabunda Toronto - leslieville florist

Desmond & Beatrice - Bakeshop and Cupcakery

Desmond & Beatrice - Bakeshop and Cupcakery

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