Nab major league tickets to a Raptors or Maple Leafs game at Scotiabank Arena. Or get pumped up alongside hundreds of Toronto sports fans in Maple Leaf Square, the outdoor public square where games are broadcast live on the 80 x 50 foot screen.
Savour the Town
When the weather gets chilly it’s time to fuel up and Toronto has some of the tastiest fuel going. The mac daddy of food events is Winterlicious (January 31 to February 13, 2020), the perfect opportunity to indulge in creative cuisine from around the world at great prix fixe value. Don’t forget to feed the ‘Gram with your favourite meals using #SeeTorontoNow!
Art Indoors and Out
Toronto has multiple spectacular outdoor winter displays starting with the Winter Light Exhibition at Ontario Place. The displays is just one aspect of “Winter at Ontario Place”, which includes various winter-themed activities. The Toronto Light Festival artfully illuminates the Distillery Historic District and features works by Canadian and International light artists.
Enlivening the Toronto waterfront and running for five weeks, Ice Breakers is a series of large installations along the stretch of lakeside west of Yonge Street. It’s the offshoot of the original Toronto winter artistic display Winter Stations, which turns lifeguard stations along the eastern Beaches area into imaginative works.
Of course, indoor art is ever-present at major and niche galleries across the city.
Take in a Tradeshow
Whether it’s the high style of the Interior Design Show or its sister event DesignTO, the latest in motoring at the Canadian International AutoShow or getting an early taste of spring at Canada Blooms & National Home Show there are dozens of huge public tradeshows held in Toronto each year where you can ogle that shiny new thing, get ideas for your next project or just while away the hours. Check the schedules at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Enercare Centre or International Centre for the one that fits your niche.