The New Where
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 where.ca/Toronto 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