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Everything becomes creepier at night. Even some of Toronto's most popular and frequently-visited locations like Fort York can become devilishly eerie when the sun goes down. 

As Toronto's most notorious battlegrounds, Fort York is known for its long and bloody history, something that is often forgotten while attending festivals or concerts on its grounds during the sunny days of summer.

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Every area of Toronto comes with a reputation: King Street is pretentious, Ossignton is so hip it hurts, Yorkville is for the designer purse crowd, and CityPlace... well, CityPlace is known as the University Residence for those no longer in University. You can't throw a stone two feet in any direction without hitting a young good looking human still kegging like it's first year, and residents over the age of 50 are all but extinct.

Here are some telltale signs you've found yourself living a vibrant, youthful existence in a condo somewhere in the Spadina and Fort York area.

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So... Summer is almost over. And we're all pretty miserable about it. For those of us who are students, school's back and that means no more sleeping in until noon (unless you're lucky enough to not have any morning classes). You're going to see the annual "wake me up when September ends" tweets all over your Twitter timeline soon enough. On the bright side, there are a ton of free events happening this month to keep your mood up! Fall foliage is also coming soon and that means gorgeous walks and pretty Instagram pictures.

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It doesn’t take an expert to tell you that Toronto is filled with history. The thing is, most of us don’t learn about a lot of the city’s history in school, and literally every single day, we pass by buildings and areas that we know nothing about. What is that fancy looking building on the corner over there? Where did Liberty Village get its name? What used to be in the famed flatiron building? Here are some of your questions answered about things you may pass by every day.

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Summer is finally here in Toronto and we are so damn excited. The weather's beautiful, the city is filled with new and exciting events, and everything is just so wonderful. This summer, Toronto is going to be bustling in arts, film, music, and plenty of food.

From PANAMANIA to Caribana to numerous food festivals, there are so many amazing things happening in the month of July. It can get a little difficult to keep track of all the summer events happening, so we've prepared this list to help you keep track of what's happening this month. Attend one, attend them all. Make this your best summer yet and cross all of these events off your list!

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