Blog Posts - St Lawrence



Toronto for First Time Visitors

A Quick Guide to Toronto’s Neighborhoods + Travel Tips Financial District We were based in Downtown Toronto, at the InterContinental on Front Street in the Financial District, in close proximity to most of the city’s biggest draws. The...
by The Traveling Scholar on May 31, 2016

Montreal Sightseeing Tours

It’s really easy to go on vacation and totally forget about the tours that are offered. You go on a trip with great big ideas about what you want to do and see, and in your rush to do it all, forget... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my w...
by Travel on Jan 18, 2015

Bruce Bell: Toronto’s Rockstar Historian

One of Toronto’s most prominent historians, Bruce Bell’s walking tours are not to be missed. Bruce Bell conjures ghosts and resurrects historical buildings with his vivid storytelling. It wouldn’t surprise one to learn… Contin...
by City By Heart on Oct 28, 2014

I AM NOT A FOODIE: The Return to G… for Gelato and Espresso Bar!

As father to an infant, my expectations shot through the roof for my dining experience compared to where they were a year ago.  Now that my evenings away from home have plummeted in frequency, I want every time I’m out to be an amazing on...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Sep 3, 2014

I AM NOT A FOODIE: The Return to G… for Gelato and Espresso Bar!

As father to an infant, my expectations shot through the roof for my dining experience compared to where they were a year ago.  Now that my evenings away from home have plummeted in frequency, I want every time I’m out to be an amazing on...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Sep 3, 2014

I AM NOT A FOODIE: The Return to G… for Gelato and Espresso Bar!

As father to an infant, my expectations shot through the roof for my dining experience compared to where they were a year ago.  Now that my evenings away from home have plummeted in frequency, I want every time I’m out to be an amazing on...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Sep 3, 2014

Brief notes on my lodgings in Jersey St Lawrence 1

July 2007 - September/October 2007 -apologies if the pictures don't load, technical problem.St. Lawrence. Well my first lodgings were in St.Lawrence, I had a nice yellow attic room in the roof of the bungalow, it was cheerful and looked out on the ga...

Canadian Shipwrecks

Sunken Ships/ShipwrecksAs long as man has gone to sea, there have been shipwrecks. A frequent cause in earlier times was simply losing one's way and running aground; but the failure of man's technology when pitted against the unforgiving sea also acc...
by scubascoop on May 13, 2014

Malbaie VI Shows Sleek Elegance And Breathtaking Views

Malbaie VI Shows Sleek Elegance And Breathtaking Views We can consider Malbaie VI the sequel of Malbaie V. The same Mu Architecture designed this stunning project completed in 2011 and located as well in Cap-à-l’Aigle, Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada.

Community events highlight Bike Month 2013 in Toronto

Toronto-News.Nettwork May 24, 2013 Community events highlight Bike Month 2013 in Toronto Toronto’s Bike Month, from May 27 to June 30, will feature more than 100 events that promote cycling, including rides, guided bike tours, art shows and fil...
by News-Canada.network on May 24, 2013

I AM NOT A FOODIE: G… for Gelato and Espresso Bar

G… for Gelato and Espresso Bar Seating: Around 30 Address: 75 Jarvis St, Toronto, ON Location: Jarvis/Adelaide Neighbourhood: St. Lawrence Food type: Italian fare and gelato [hr width="90%" border_width="1px" ] Shant Behesnilan is a man whoR...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Mar 22, 2013

Bruce Bell – Historian and Legendary Tour Guide

Bruce Bell – Historian and Legendary Tour Guide 01/05 by Liana Voia | Blog Talk Radio.

Old Montreal

A visit to Montreal won't ever be complete without walking on the cobblestoned streets of Old Montreal where the first arrivals of the city settled, minutes walk from the St. Lawrence River where a port was established and is still serving the locals...
by The Sojourner on Nov 5, 2012

Life in 1812 was an Adventure – Live Yours in Eastern Ontario

The War of 1812 Bicentennial is creating some unique opportunities to explore the past in Eastern Ontario. For most people residing in Upper Canada in 1812, daily life was an adventure. Imagine living on a frontier two hundred years ago, carving a ho...
by theplanetd on Jul 7, 2012

The St Lawrence Market Ranked Worlds Best Food Market

Our very own St Lawrence Market has been voted the Worlds Best Food Market according to a report on the CBC. I can't disagree! My office is about 10 steps from the market so I often pop in for lunch or to grab some groceries, the sights and aromers...
by Toronto Realtor Blob on May 24, 2012

Map of ST. Lawrence River Pictures

Map of ST. Lawrence River PicturesThe Saint Lawrence River (French: fleuve Saint-Laurent; Tuscarora: Kahnawáʼkye; Mohawk: Kaniatarowanenneh, acceptation "big waterway") is a ample river abounding about from southwest to northeast in the boilerplate...

Investor Alert! Kings Court Condo Available

Check out this great Toronto Condo Building  Kings Court, at 230 King St East Toronto. The Kings Court The BBQ Area The Entrance To "The Kings Court" Condos A great investment property for anyone. Rob Mills is a Realtor wo...
by Toronto Realtor Blob on May 14, 2012

The St Lawrence Market Ranked Worlds Best Food Market

Our very own St Lawrence Market has been voted the Worlds Best Food Market according to a report on the CBC. I can't disagree! My office is about 10 steps from the market so I often pop in for lunch or to grab some groceries, the sights and aromers...
by Toronto Realtor Blob on May 7, 2012

Investor Alert! Kings Court Condo Available

Check out this great new listing in the Kings Court, at 230 King St East Toronto. The Kings Court The BBQ Area The Entrance To "The Kings Court" Condos A great investment property for anyone. Rob Mills is a Realtor working in the GTA...
by Toronto Realtor Blob on Apr 24, 2012

New Listing in the Mozo - 333 Adelaide St, Toronto

Check out this great new listing in The Mozo, 333 Adelaide St. only steps to the St Lawrence Market. Its a 1 bedroom with den, parking and a locker only $435,000. Check here for your mortgage calculataor to work out your payments.  Message me for...
by Toronto Realtor Blob on Apr 10, 2012


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