The New Where

Where Toronto - - EDITORS’ NOTE -

Since 1982, Where Toronto has led vis­i­tors to the best ex­pe­ri­ences the city has to of­fer. Toronto has changed a lot since Where started— ex­pand­ing its unique hive of neigh­bour­hoods, each with a dif­fer­ent char­ac­ter—so we’ve to­tally re­designed the magazine in an easy-to-read, on-the-go for­mat to pro­vide more in­sight on the amaz­ing pock­ets in the city.

Start­ing with Where/ What/How (page 7), we’ve high­lighted the best cul­tural events, as well as the new­est and most con­sis­tently ex­cel­lent places to eat and drink. We tell you ev­ery­thing we love about Toronto—in­clud­ing the free, city-wide Con­tact Pho­tog­ra­phy Fes­ti­val and a spate of lo­cal shops where you can buy the coolest sou­venirs.

The Guide (page 14) fea­tures top picks for the sum­mer sea­son from the ed­i­tors of our sis­ter pub­li­ca­tion,

Toronto Life. In this is­sue, they’ve se­lected their favourite warm-weather hide­outs, in­clud­ing a list of hid­den beaches, out­door fes­ti­vals and bar­be­cue hotspots to make your trip truly mem­o­rable.

In Ex­plore (page 26), you’ll find our roundup of five key neigh­bour­hoods—Ossington, the An­nex, the En­ter­tain­ment Dis­trict, the Junc­tion and Les­lieville—filled with ex­pert rec­om­men­da­tions for shop­ping, din­ing and sight-see­ing, plus tips from our res­i­dent in­sid­ers.

Fi­nally, Only in T.O. (page 46) high­lights the R.C. Har­ris Wa­ter Treat­ment Plant, a unique and beau­ti­ful des­ti­na­tion with a very prac­ti­cal pur­pose, which opens to the pub­lic dur­ing the Doors Open Toronto fes­ti­val.

Even when you’re not in town, keep up with us at or find us on Face­book, Twit­ter (@where­toronto) or In­sta­gram (@where­toron­to_­mag). We hope you en­joy the new

Where. Have a won­der­ful stay! —The Where team

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