Boxcar Harbourfront : A Vibrant Home for the Culture of Our Time

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Boxcar Harbourfront : A Vibrant Home for the Culture of Our Time



The boxcar harbourfront opened in 2016. The Boxcar is located in the Harbourfront Centre, on Toronto’s waterfront. The Harbourfront is an innovative not-for-profit cultural organization that creates events and activities of excellence that enliven, educate and entertain a diverse public. You can find restaurants and coffee shops, it’s a great place to stay.


The boxcar is a coffee shop they offer pastries, breakfast, charcuteries, lunch and dinner food,  also you can find good wines, beers or whiskeys for the lovers of spirits.


Capacity of 200 and a patio overlooking Lake Ontario

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BoxCar Harbourfront

235 Queens Quay West

Toronto, Ontario

Canada M5J 2G8

805 STUDIO : The best place to impress people for your event

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 805 STUDIO : The best place for your event



805 studio offers studio space for your next event, the space also hosts many special events like Weddings, Baby and Bridal Showers, Milestone Birthdays, Social/Networking, Family Gatherings, Studio Space, Corporate Events, Meetings, Fundraisers, Concerts Workshop/Seminars, Filming, Engagement Parties, Release Parties and Holiday Parties. You can also customize your budget for your special event and work with the 805 studio team.


The  805 Studio offers Studio Space bookings by the hour, Monday through Friday. From noon until 9:00pm


Studio Space : The open space is ideal for private classes, workshops, seminars and meetings. This comfortable venue comes equipped with an in house AV system and video display, allowing you to offer a full production experience and additional visuals and sounds for your guests. You can find more information about this open studio space on the website.


Services you can incorporate into your special event :

  • DJ Services  
  • Video
  • Event Planner
  • Specialty LED Lights  
  • Podium
  • Staging  
  • Draping
  • Dining Tables  
  • Wait Staff  
  • Coat Check



Capacity : The capacity of The 805 Studio is 150 standing.

The venue has lounge banquette seating for the comfort of guests without affecting the standing capacity. Sitting capacity is a maximum of 80 people.


Address : 805 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto, ON M6H 2X4


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Instagram : 805studio

Kasa Moto Summer Series – Pre Canada Day Celebration

Kasa Moto Summer Series – Pre Canada Day Celebration

Join us before the long weekend for a fun social / event on the patio. The party will be on the rooftop.


Back by popular demand, we are proud to co host the Kasa Moto Patio as part of their 2017 Summer Series on Wednesdays!!!


This event offers an answer to every social need whether it be a formal dinner, some casual bits paired with a glass of wine at the bar, or a nighttime lounge vibe, all on the beautiful backdrop of yorkville!


Date: Wednesday, June 28 at 5 PM – 11:59 PM

Location: Kasa Moto, 115 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, Ontario M5R 1C1

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Hosted by CityEvents and ShannyintheCity



For patio dinner or hightop reservations contact:

Deb Lewis:

Shanny in the City:


Matt Dales

647 338 5915


Chris Zownir

416 306 0031


Adam Julian M

647 999 223

Slow Down and Smell the Culture: Taste of Little Italy

May 10, 2017 by  
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Every year thousand of Torontonian descend upon College St. W.,  between Bathurst St. and Shaw Ave., to enjoy the sight, smells and flavours of Little Italy.


This year from June 16th – 18th anyone who joins the celebration has a chance to win a round trip for two to where it all originated, Italy!


Come hungry , with over 50 amazing restaurants along the strip guests are sure to taste exquisite, authentic Italian and international fare. Relax on one of the many extended patios with a fragrant glass of vino, or mosey around and discover more than 20 international performers throughout the weekend.


Admission is free for all, as they say, “la mia casa e la tua casa.”


For festival line ups and vendors please visit:


Woman in PR: Support, Share, Grow, Succeed Together.

May 10, 2017 by  
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On Thursday April 27th, 2017, the Toronto Chapter of  The Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations (Women in PR Canada) was officially launched. To introduce the organization to Toronto, there was an exclusive event held at the Sony Centre of Performing Arts with speeches from industry leaders addressing the question ‘What’s Next for Women in Canada’s PR Industry?’.


The evening was moderated by Vanessa Morcom, Owner and Publicist, Morcom Media; PR Leas, ME to WE and Speakers included: Christine Faulhaber, President & CEO, Faulhaber Communications;  Chitra Aanand, Doctoral REsearcher and Professor; Scott Evens, General Manager, Edelman Toronto; Daniela Kelloway, Founder and CEO, ClutchPR; and Bunmi Adeoye, Vice-President, NKPR Inc.

Over the course of the evening we were reminded by Faulhaber that we need transparency, interns need more information and opportunity to shine and feel the chance to ‘manage up’ instead of being asked. She spoke of how risk taking never stop in the PR industry and we should take those risks to grow and share. “Fostering a community of collaboration versus competition is so important and often overlooked in our industry.”

Chitra Aanand spoke to the issues of quality and how woman must become leaders in business. She spoke powerfully about how we each must find out narrative, our own unique power and to figure out the messages we send to ourselves and no never lose those things in the ace of adversity. Aanand said, “Women dominate the PR industry; we are in a very opportunistic place in this industry.  What is most important for women in any industry is to be bold, be provocative in your thinking, take risks and surround yourself with people that believe in our vision”.

One of the few males of the evening, Scott Evans, let us know that the issues at hand are recognize, that women do have male counterparts willing and ready to see and help the change happen. He also reminded us that not everyone has the same goals, we are as unique in our goals are we are on our paths to those goals. He said, “We are all responsible for talking openly and creatively about how we can continue to push for environments where women can lead and succeed.”

Daniella Kalloway took the stage, full of life, to let us know that in the future of the PR industry, we are going to have to go back to our root. I stark reminder of the technological advances being made in our lifetime will vastly change how we head forward. Bring back the human element, connect with each other, face-to-face, collaborate and share ideas, this is how we will protect the women and industry. “To be part of an industry full of inspiring entrepreneurs and professionals is a hugely rewarding experience and I feel a duty to support and mentor other women in our field. If we support each other we will all rise together.”

The last speaker came out strong and a message of the present issues, PR in a Time of Protest. Bunmi Adeoye told of her observations on the current global situation, how we need to really open our eyes and ears to what is happening because if not, missing the mark will happen. To achieve this , we must be will to learn to grow personally and to set examples and be inspiration for others. The more we know and open ourselves to, the more we can be supportive, empathetic in chaotic times.“Every time, a person has an opportunity to see a capable, competent, hardworking and inspiring leader, it’s a chance for others to envision a future where they can guide others in their own unique way with their own unique gifts.”

Canadian Women in PR was developed for women (and men!) to share ideas, contacts, experiences and advocacy. “One of our main goals when forming this organization was to provide a place for women to thrive earlier in their careers and to strengthen the capabilities of established leaders in the PR industry,” said Talia Beckett Davis, Chairwoman and President, Woman in PR Canada.


Women in PR Canada is the only organization in the country theat is dedicated to advancing women in the PR field. On the website,, you can find all kind of amazing and inspiring information, sign up to become a member and get access to job listings, online courses,  networking events and more.

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