While the heat turns up in the city, so do all the fun activities that go hand in hand with hot summer days. Lounging at the beach, bike riding through the city and hitting the road for weekends in the country are all at the top of everyone's to do list.
But all those things wouldn't be the same without the sweet treat of soft serve in your hand. And there's no better place to get a cone than Matcha Tea and Dessert in Toronto.
The 24-k gold and silver ice cream cones are a treat for both the eyes and the stomach and come in 3 flavours. They've got their staple matcha soft serve, their black sesame, and their matcha black sesame twist.
If you love ice cream and seriously instagrammable food, you're not going to want to miss out on getting your hands on one of these delectible treats!
While these establishments are no longer there, one building has remained for over 200 years and with it a mystery that goes back just as long.
In 1815, only several years after its construction, the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse saw the disappearance and rumoured murder of its first keeper, J.P. Radan Muller, a disappearance that remains a mystery to this day.
Officers with the Toronto Police Service basically stumbled upon a mini-IKEA after finding a shipping container filled with more than $120,000 worth of allegedly stolen office and home furniture.
Two Mississauga men have been charged in the incident, which started when a shipping container was stolen from the Jane and Finch area on Thursday, May 13.
According to a statement from TPS, officers found the container at a warehouse just a seven-minute drive away from where the theft took place, recovering a staggering amount of furniture.
Police say they found 193 boxes of office furniture, 97 pieces of home furnishings, 51 boxes of home reno equipment and cabinetry and 10 boxes of bathroom reno merchandise.
Bilal Mohammed, 32, and Hamza Irfan, 30, have both been charged with multiple counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime (over $5,000) and Trafficking in Property Obtained by Crime (over $5,000).
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