It’s a good day to be a Toronto sports fan. Toronto FC announced this Friday that the club has changed the start time of their game against Kanas City at the BMO Field from 8:00 PM to 7:00 PM tonight. They'll keep the stadium open after the match to allow fans to watch the BMO Field Raptors Game 4 viewing party. The best part is that lots of cheap tickets are still for sale!
On Ticketmaster, general admission tickets for the event start at just $25.25 CAD, which is a complete steal, especially when you compare it to what you’d be paying to sit in the nosebleeds of the Raptors game. Who can say no to seeing two Toronto sports teams play for the price of one?!
Here's a look at your seating options:
“With all the excitement the Raptors have generated with their run to the NBA Finals, we thought it would be great for our fans to have the opportunity to celebrate watching the game together on Friday night after our match,” said Toronto FC President Bill Manning.
“Fans can cheer on TFC, stay in their seats, and not miss a second of Game 4. We’re also planning some special giveaways and guest appearances. It’s going to be a memorable night for Toronto sports fans.”
ALL FOR ONE + WE THE NORTH
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Ontarians will have the chance to book Sunwing flights to sunny getaway destinations this upcoming winter.
The airline has announced that it's resuming trips to popular vacation spots like Varadero, Cancun, and Punta Cana starting in December 2021.
London International Airport and Thunder Bay International Airport will have weekly flights to all three of these tropical places until mid-April 2022. Residents of Windsor will get to jet off to Cayo Santa Maria and Varadero, and Waterloo International Airport will have weekly trips to Cancun.
Plus, Sunwing is resuming flights between North Bay and Cancun, as well as Sudbury and Varadero each week from December to April.
The airline told Narcity that "winter schedules for Hamilton and Toronto's [Pearson Airport] are currently being finalized and more details will be announced soon."
Air Canada is also announcing the start of non-stop flights to Hawaii that will take off this December from Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver.
One local resident is bringing the nightlife of Toronto to your screens, but not in the way you might think.
Jason Leaver, a local filmmaker, is taking on the task of creating a raccoon video game that lets you experience the life of a trash panda in the 6ix.
In clips of the game, which he calls Trash Panda, Leaver showcases how you can walk down the streets of the city and knock over trash bins throughout the night, which is every raccoon's dream.
"The idea [for Trash Panda] struck me one evening when I was taking out the trash! I think earlier that day I was playing around that fantastic raccoon character asset that I purchased quite some time ago. So, when garbage night and a cute animated raccoon came together in my mind, it felt like a eureka moment," Leaver continued.
The game, which he hopes could be out in time for summer, was partly inspired by Reaver's own run-ins with the city's infamous critters. When asked about his experience with the Toronto animals, Leaver told Narcity that his "daughter's favourite one is probably the time a mother raccoon and her two cubs took up residence under her treehouse."
While it is still in the works, Leaver states he wants to make it as "Toronto as it can be."