Plan your trip for the Canadian Community Newspapers Association’s 2008 Conference, Ink & Beyond, and take in some of the unique sights and experiences that Toronto has to offer.
Visitors are normally told that when coming to Toronto they must see the CN Tower, the Eaton Centre, Casa Loma and the Toronto Zoo, but those sites are just the start of what makes Toronto a great place to visit. As Canada’s largest city, and one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world, Toronto gives travelers a unique chance to see the world, all within a few neighbourhoods.
From The Beaches and Greektown, to Queen West, or Little Italy, Toronto has culture around every corner, and something for every interest. Whether visiting to try the food, take in the crowds, or find that special souvenir, the neighbourhoods of Toronto are a treat for every age and style.
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Shopping and Dining
Take your pick ÔÇô Toronto has malls, markets, department stores, outlets, shops, boutiques. If youÔÇÖre looking for a real Toronto shopping centre experience, check out the Toronto Eaton Centre located in downtown Toronto. With over 250 shops, department stores, restaurants and services, youÔÇÖll be sure to score more than just one bargain.
Looking for a market experience? Don’t miss the Kensington Market, which is also one of the most multi-cultural neighbourhoods in the city, and the St. Lawrence Market, boasting over 60 vendors and great food.
Satisfy your cravings at any of Toronto’s 7,000 restaurants. You can find cuisine from all over the world in this city. Whether you’re in the mood for something upscale, home style, or cheap and cheerful, Toronto’s eateries are sure to please.
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Places to see
In a city full of talent, culture, and history, don’t forget to visit the Royal Ontario Museum where youÔÇÖll discover galleries and exhibits showcasing history from all over the world. Take a look at the works of amazing artists at the Ontario College of Art and Design. Let your mind marvel at the innovation and creativity at the Ontario Science Centre where you can participate in hands-on activities and learn about developments in technology.
Explore what you want to see and do:
About “Ink & Beyond”
Register and make travel plans now for the 2008 conference, dubbed ÔÇ£Ink & BeyondÔÇØ and taking place at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel in Toronto from May 7 to 9. Join over 400 of your colleagues from community media and daily newspapers at the industry event of the year. Visit www.inkandbeyond.cafor more information.