A YELLOW DUCK WAS THERE & SO WERE 1000’S OF TORONTONIANS CELEBRATING CANADA’S 150TH

On July 1st this year people seemed especially patriotic – maybe because of what’s happening around the world – and turned out in droves for Canada’s 150th birthday party. Nowhere more so than on TORONTO’s waterfront, where thousands spent Canada Day, dressed up in red and white.

That yellow duck was no cheap date. But it gave a needed boost to restaurants, water taxis, arts and crafts people, bars, public transit, and the tourism industry in general.

If you’re planning a visit to Harbourfront this summer, be sure to check out ‘The Milliner’s Daughter’, curated by YDESSA HENDELES, at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. Ms. Hendeles, a star curator, never fails to put on a great show, and it’s free. Until September 4/2017. Allow plenty of time.

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