LIFESTYLE




Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors Arrives At The AGO On March 3, 2018

  Mark your calendars art lovers, AGO is the only Canadian stop for the much anticipated Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirrors exhibition! From March 3rd to May 27th 2018, the 87-year-old Japanese artist will be making a stop in Toronto as she embarks on her most significant North American Tour in 20 years. With only three […]

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Incredible Must-See Winter Waterfalls Across Canada

  We’ve all heard TLC sing “don’t go chasing waterfalls,” but when they’re as enchanting as Canada’s frozen waters it’s hard to resist! For those non-skiers and boarders who prefer to stay off the hills this winter, Canada has no shortage of jaw-dropping, towering waterfalls that will leave you in awe. From the tall mountains […]

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Montreal Festivals To Hit Up This Winter

  Montreal offers locals and visitors European flare and old school charm. With its horse-drawn carriages on cobblestone streets, grand architecture and boutique shops, the vibrant city is alive with endless activities. While it’s known for its dynamic arts and internationally renowned culture scene, Montreal is also recognized as the North’s very own sin city […]

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7 Top Canadian Female Athletes To Keep An Eye On At The 2018 Winter Olympics

Even though the 2018 Winter Olympics don’t begin until Friday, February 9th, people have already started talking about the Canadian athletes and their chances for medals in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Year in and year out Team Canada stands tall and this year should be no exception. Here are some of our favourite female athletes to keep on eye on this year.

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7 Canadian Male Athletes To Watch At The 2018 Winter Olympics

  The 2018 Winter Olympics are almost here! Kicking off on February 9, Canadians across the country are more than ready to cheer on their athletes in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Canada has a very strong delegation at the games and the athletes representing Team Canada will compete against some of the world’s best, and we […]

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Hot New Book Releases To Keep You Occupied All Winter Long

  We hope you asked your family and friends for a new bookshelf this past Christmas, because as of this month, a number of hot new book releases are hitting the stores. Although many of us prefer a good read by the beach while on vacation, cozying up on the couch with a cup of […]

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Vancouver Festivals To Hit Up This Winter

  With its scenic views, picturesque landscape and rather mild climate, Vancouver is one of Canada’s top destinations to visit – especially in the winter season. Whether you’re a local or just passing through, the bustling city offers loads of festivals and events that showcase the town’s cultural diversity, artistic community and widely popular outdoor […]

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The ROM Presents Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art

  On the January 27th debut of their original exhibition on Black culture and identity, the ROM seeks to answer the question of “what comes to mind when you think of Canada or Canadian art?” Through nine feature artists, The Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art installation uniquely explores areas of race, exclusion […]

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Winterlicious 2018 Runs From January 26 To February 8

Toronto foodies can officially mark their calendars (and prepare their stomachs) for yet another year of Winterlicious, the city’s twice yearly culinary celebration of affordable local dining. From January 26 to February 8, Winterlicious returns to town for another two weeks, and encourages community members to indulge in diverse cuisine from more than 200 local restaurants.

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Brodsky/Baryshnikov At Toronto’s Winter Garden Theatre Is A Poetic Masterpiece

For the Canadian premiere of Brodsky/Baryshnikov, iconic ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov is performing at Toronto’s Winter Garden Theatre and reading the poems of the late Russian poet and Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky. Real Style was at the opening night of the one man show, and had a chance to watch the elegant and lithe Baryshnikov from the front seats.

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Canada’s Best Wow Factor Destinations To Visit This Winter

Putting a twist on your classic skating parks and skiing and tubing trails, Canadian cities offer majestic, fairytale-like landscapes that will without a doubt capture your heart. Whether you are travelling to Ottawa or to Vancouver this winter, look no further than these must visit True North destinations for some frosty wintertime fun. 

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Enjoy High Tea At These Chic Tea Rooms Across Canada

Rest assured, you don’t have to travel to London, England to experience the elegance of an afternoon tea ritual. Canada has a number of exquisite tea rooms that are guaranteed to make you feel like royalty through their authentic British vibes. From elaborate hotels in Toronto to traditional lounges in Vancouver, here are a few tea rooms to help you warm up in style this winter. 

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Hit Up These Winter 2018 Festivals In Toronto

If you’re lucky enough to reside in the 6ix, you already know that the city offers a plethora of festivals, regardless of whether the weather is warm or cold. The weeks ahead will see a number of Toronto festivals taking off, all with the intention of connecting us to our proudly Canadian roots. If you’re ready to embrace the beauty of the winter season, check out these outdoor festivals for the best in arts, ice sculptures and much more. 

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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Named Canada’s Flag Bearers

When you think of Canadian figure skating, you can’t help but think of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. The duo have been part of the Olympics since the 2010 games in Vancouver where they won gold, and with this possibly being their final games the pair will get the ultimate honor. They will be the Canadian flag bearers for team Canada for the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Olympic games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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Hottest Concerts Across Canada This Winter 2018

Whether you’re a fan of soulful tunes, alternative rap or electronic beats, there is something to draw every Canadian out of winter hibernation. From big tour debuts to intimate showings, you won’t want to miss an opportunity to jam out with some of the hottest up-and-coming names in the industry. Here is Real Style’s roundup of Canadian concert stops to keep in mind in the weeks ahead.

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