When it comes to unique breakfast spots to brunch it up with your friends, there's absolutely no shortage of places in Toronto. But BAM! Breakfast and Bistro is one that definitely stands out from the crowd.
The comic book themed breakfast joint located on Queen St. E. will transport you into a nerd oasis, and since nerd is most definitely the new cool, you'll not want to miss out on your chance to eat the delicious offerings of this place.
The restaurant is decorated inside and out with old style graffiti and the words 'whoosh' and 'splat' and 'pop' scattered across the walls will make you feel like you literally stepped inside your favourite comic book to eat breakfast.
It's not just the appearance of the bistro that makes it so amazing. The menu is stacked with amazing food offerings such as their Metropolis breakfast and their Chicken Champ.
Although it has breakfast in the name, this place is an every meal kind of bistro and you can get all your comfort food favourites here. You could even rent out the place for a private event! There are also take-out options available but as soon as you step inside this place you're not going to want to leave.
Photos of the cast and crew hard at work in Hamilton have been popping up on social media over the past several days. Elliot Page kicked things off by posting a selfie from what looks like to be the inside of a trailer — the telling sign is the post-it note tucked right under his mirror.
Page and his co-star Emmy Raver-Lampan were snapped on set in this photo posted on Tuesday afternoon.
Elliot Page seen for the first time back on set of The Umbrella Academy. https://t.co/fr2Qa8Wo8G
The job posting states that it is looking for people 18 years of age or older from Ontario of any ethnicity and gender who have a "unique look." The best part is, you don't need camera experience to apply.
Anyone looking to apply should submit before the cutoff date, May 19, but if you want to increase your chances, it's recommended you apply ASAP.
Company: Milo Casting
Who Should Apply: Anyone who is comfortable on a skateboard or roller skates.
"As you know, many young people will require parental consent to have that vaccine or not. If the parents do not wish to have their son or daughter vaccinated, and that approval is required, it won't be forced upon them," she stated.
"We encourage people very strongly to receive the vaccine as soon as it's their time to protect themselves and their loved ones, but at this point, it will not be compulsory."
Health Canada has approved the Pfizer vaccine for children 12 and up. In a technical briefing on Wednesday, the Ontario government announced that they are looking to start getting children vaccinated by June.