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Steam Whistle Brewing

All natural, craft brewed, Canada’s Premium Pilsner. Do one thing really, really well. The Steam Whistle story begins in the spring of 1998 when three friends were on a canoe trip in the Ontario heartland. Greg Taylor, Cam Heaps and Greg Cromwell had all been colleagues at one of Canada’s premier microbreweries producing quality beer in the late 1980’s and 90’s – before it was bought out by a national brewer and closed down. As they sat around the campfire, the self-named “Three Fired Guys” dreamed of running their own brewery one day.

Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund

This event has been financially assisted by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund a program of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, administered by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund Corporation.

Above Ground Art Supplies

We began in a tiny, windowless second story location, just down the street from the Ontario College of Art & Design, now known as OCAD University. After a couple of months we moved to a street level space around the corner and continued to expand over the next 15 years, until we had 3000 square feet and nowhere else to grow. Above Ground specialized in hard to find items, quickly becoming a haven for art students and professional artists alike. The quest to have the greatest selection continued, and the need for a new larger location quickly followed.

Skale Developments

SKALE is a boutique development company involved with premier projects in single and multi-family homes. SKALE understands that the delicate interplay of all the moving pieces, that every element that goes into creating a final product – must always be underscored with humanity.

Aangen

Aangen is a Supportive Community Centre; a non-profit organization that proposes to facilitate independence and cause community. We also aim to provide personalized emergency relief to those in disadvantaged life situations, by providing unconditional support and wraparound services.

West Queen West BIA

Established in 2005, West Queen West is an eclectic retail area specializing in fashion, design and style. It houses a variety of boutiques, interior design shops, antique and vintage stores, a selection of distinctive and enticing restaurants, and is home to the largest concentration of galleries in the city. Located on Queen Street West, between Bathurst Street and Gladstone Avenue, the area has over 400 businesses. With restoration of major landmarks like the Drake Hotel and Gladstone Hotel, West Queen West is currently experiencing an infusion of new activity and investment, creating one of the most vibrant commercial areas in the City.

Celebrate Ontario

Funded by the Government of Ontario and Celebrate Ontario.

The Epoch Times

Epoch Times is an independent voice in print and on the web. We report news responsibly and truthfully so that readers can improve their own lives and increase their understanding and respect for their neighbors next door and around the globe. In our approach and in our content, we uphold universal human values, rights, and freedoms. We are a business that puts our readers’ interests first, in all that we do.

Toronto School of Art

Toronto School of Art (TSA) is the city’s longest-running independent art school. For over 40 years, TSA has provided a positive environment for aspiring artists to attain a quality visual arts education. At TSA, artists teach students of all levels with both traditional and contemporary approaches, offering an array of courses to choose from that will further develop students’ artistic vision and ability at any level.
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Higgins Event Rentals

The Higgins business is a mainstay in the Toronto Event Rental industry. While some of the large event rental businesses in Toronto are owned by private equity firms, this family business is here to stay. It has grown to 2 locations, 3 warehouses, 10 five ton trucks and 75 staff in the summer-time peak. Inventory now boasts over 1,800 event products.
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Toronto Blues Society

The Toronto Blues Society (TBS) was formed in 1985, by Derek Andrews, David Barnard and John Valenteyn. They wanted to ensure that blues music, an indigenous North American art form, was guaranteed a continued presence in Toronto

The Printing House

The Printing House Ltd (TPH) is proudly 100% Canadian owned and operated, saving you time, trouble, and money since 1961. Our team of experienced print specialists are standing by with over 70 Canadian printing locations in major cities across Canada including Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Halifax and Calgary.

Terroni

Terroni is rooted in traditional Italian cuisine, wine, and culture and we work tirelessly to give our customers a distinctly southern Italian experience.

Sud Forno

We appreciate the importance of good bread as a cornerstone to any proper Italian meal so much, we decided to open our own bakery. A few doors east of Terroni Queen, Sud Forno is the perfect option to grab a bite on the go, with a daily selection of sliced pizza, prepared sandwiches and salads along with pastries and gelato (did we mention pastries?!).
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Blank Canvases

Blank Canvases specializes in introducing youth, children and adults to local contemporary Toronto Artists while inspiring them to produce their own work with imagination and authentic studio methods. Taught by local Artist Educators, their lessons push development of creativity and imagination in their students

CAMH

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada’s largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world’s leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health. CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion to help transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues.

Indie88

I. We. Together, we’re Indie88.
And we put music first.

OCAD U

Founded in 1876, OCAD U is dedicated to art and design education, practice and research and to knowledge and invention across a wide range of disciplines. OCAD U continuously builds on its traditional, studio-based strengths, adding new approaches to learning that champion cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration and the integration of emerging technologies. In the Age of Imagination, members of the OCAD U community are uniquely qualified to act as catalysts for the next advances in culture, technology and quality of life for all Canadians.