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TLTV Ep 113 – Path To The Airport

Along the Etobicoke Creek is a little-known path that leads to Pearson International Airport, Canada’s largest airport. It’s hard to believe that such a massive airport could be right next to such a nice tree-covered path, but it’s there. You can walk right up to the airport’s fence and watch airplanes take off right over you. At this point in the year, the path is lined with tons of purple flowers. Check it out…

Along the Etobicoke Creek is a little-known path that leads to Pearson International Airport, Canada’s largest airport. It’s hard to believe that such a massive airport could be right next to such a nice tree-covered path, but it’s there. You

TLTV Ep 112 (Boxing – Ringside For Kids) is now online!

Episode 112 is made up of photography we provided for CESBA’s (The Canadian Emergency Services Boxing Association’s) 2011 Police Memorial, known as “Ringside For Kids”. At this annual event, held in Mississauga, Police and Peace Officers from across Ontario step into the boxing ring against each other to raise money for charity, in honour and remembrance of the brave officers who lost their lives in the line of duty while protecting their communities and our nation. To find out more about CESBA, please visit www.CESBA.ca.

Proceeds from this event went to support of Camp Oochigeas, a camp for children affected by childhood cancers. Camp Ooch provides fun and meaningful experiences to approximately 680 children affected by cancer each year at no cost to their families. This is all made possible by the generous support of donors and volunteers. For more information on Camp Ooch, please visit www.Ooch.org.

Music: “Eye Of The Tiger” by Survivor (© Volcano Entertainment III, LLC)

Episode 112 is made up of photography we provided for CESBA’s (The Canadian Emergency Services Boxing Association’s) 2011 Police Memorial, known as “Ringside For Kids”. At this annual event, held in Mississauga, Police and Peace Officers from across Ontario step

TLTV Ep 111 (Fashion Week in Toronto) is now online!

Fashion Week took place in Toronto recently. Simply put, it blew us away! It is a completely different experience being in attendance at a runway show than seeing it on tv. The atmosphere in the room can be downright electric, and it makes for some incredible videography. In addition to filming many runway shows we also interviewed a great designer backstage and interviewed numerous interesting people we met at the show. The full videos of these shows and interviews can be found on the YouTube page of our friends from “The I On Fashion”. You can check it out at www.youtube.com/user/theionfashion.

In this video we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from Fashion Week, including the models getting made-up backstage and then strutting their stuff in some of the best runway shows of the week. Enjoy!

Fashion Week took place in Toronto recently. Simply put, it blew us away! It is a completely different experience being in attendance at a runway show than seeing it on tv. The atmosphere in the room can be downright electric,

TLTV Ep 11- – Royal Winter Fair (Part 2)

We’re back for more at The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Canada’s most prominent agricultural event and the world’s largest indoor agricultural and international equestrian competition.
We’ll see the immense cow section where a huge number of cows are getting washed and shaved for judging. Then it’ll be onto the bird-judging area, for a look at all manner of fowl. Finally we’ll finish with a look at some of the other interesting exhibits at the fair, including some giant pumpkins.
Enjoy!

We’re back for more at The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Canada’s most prominent agricultural event and the world’s largest indoor agricultural and international equestrian competition. We’ll see the immense cow section where a huge number of cows are getting washed

TLTV Ep 109 – Royal Winter Fair (Part 1)

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is an annual fall fair in Toronto which takes place over two weeks every November on the grounds of the CNE. Inaugurated in 1922, it is Canada’s most prominent agricultural event and has become the world’s largest indoor agricultural and international equestrian competition.

The fair brings together over 300 vendors, 340,000 visitors, elite Canadian and International breeders, growers and exhibitors, over 4,500 large and small animals, a large petting zoo, the President’s Choice SuperDogs show, shopping, dining and – of course – The Royal Horse Show.

For those of us who grew up nowhere near a farm, the Royal Winter Fair is a blast! It is so interesting to see farm folk displaying their animals (horses, cows, sheep, pigs, ducks, geese, chickens, turkeys, llamas, and much more) and their crops — and all this happens very near Toronto’s downtown core. There is so much to do and see, and it is the prefect spot for families and school groups. Everywhere you look you will find wide-eyed children, squealing with happiness, as they see and touch so many different farm animals.

In this first of two episodes from the Royal Winter Fair we’ll visit an equestrian jumping event in the Ricoh Coliseum and then head into the sheep & goat areas to watch a lamb-judging competition. From there we’re off to watch kids excitedly enjoying the petting zoo and watching a mother pig feed her babies. The it’s off to the Horse Building where we’ll see riders practising their equestrian skills and we’ll wander around the massive amount of horse stalls that are full of these amazing animals.

In part 2 from the Royal Winter Fair, we’ll head to the immense cow section where a huge number of cows are getting washed and shaved for judging. Then it’ll be onto the bird-judging area, for a look at all manner of fowl. Finally we’ll finish with a look at some of the other interesting exhibits at the fair, including some giant pumpkins. Stay tuned!

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is an annual fall fair in Toronto which takes place over two weeks every November on the grounds of the CNE. Inaugurated in 1922, it is Canada’s most prominent agricultural event and has become the

TLTV Ep 108 – Nature’s Emporium

Nature’s Emporium is a huge holistic market located in Newmarket, Ontario — about a 30 minute drive north of Toronto. Toronto Life Magazine called Nature’s Emporium a “50,000-square-foot organic grocery utopia” and “a sumptuous testament to the new heights of our food obsessions”.

Everything you need for healthy living is under one roof — organic products and meats, gluten-free products, superfoods, raw foods, pre-made meals, a juice bar, and a wide selection of vitamins, supplements and herbs, and much more — all at great prices.

Along with all these great products, they also offer an extensive wholistic reference library, complete with healthy recipes, Alive magazine and wholistic news. The staff is incredibly knowledgeable, friendly and willing to help.

In this video we’ll visit many of the sections of the huge store and will talk with various staff members about their role in the store, what trends they are noticing these days, and what new products they are excited about. Check it out!

Nature’s Emporium is a huge holistic market located in Newmarket, Ontario — about a 30 minute drive north of Toronto. Toronto Life Magazine called Nature’s Emporium a “50,000-square-foot organic grocery utopia” and “a sumptuous testament to the new heights of

TLTV Ep 107 – Cheltenham Badlands

Looking distinctly like Martian topography, the Cheltenam Badlands are a bizarre and extremely rare geographical spectacle that lie hidden in the Caledon Hills. The cause of this phenomenon was poor farming practices and overgrazing in the 1930’s that lead to soil erosion and exposed the underlying shale.

This site is now an Earth Science Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI) and is part of the local UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. It was acquired by the Ontario Heritage Foundation in 2000 and is under the care of the Bruce Trail Association. Unfortunately, visitors to the site often walk all over the formations, hastening their erosion and eventual demise.

In this episode we’ll get a look at The Badlands on a weekday when there are very few people visiting the site. We’ll view the unique red and white hills (from a respectful distance) that make up this amazing place.

Looking distinctly like Martian topography, the Cheltenam Badlands are a bizarre and extremely rare geographical spectacle that lie hidden in the Caledon Hills. The cause of this phenomenon was poor farming practices and overgrazing in the 1930’s that lead to

TLTV Ep 106 – Mount Nemo

The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest footpath in Canada. It runs almost 800km, from the Niagara region in the south to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula at Tobermory in the north. Along the way it passes incredible old growth forests, high cliffs, caves, and more.

In this episode we’ll join the Bruce Trail on the path up to the top of Mount Nemo, in the town of Milton, about a 30 minute drive from Mississauga. Mount Nemo is one of the higher spots on the Bruce Trail. The trip includes a climb up a wooden ladder to the top of the cliffs. Then we’ll walk the path through glades and forests brimming with autumn colours, all the way to the Brock Harris Lookout. You’ll see plenty of families enjoying the trail and all the colours and sites on this nice autumn day. The views from atop the cliffs are dramatic — you can see all the way to Toronto and Mississauga. This is a great place for families and casual hikers!

The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest footpath in Canada. It runs almost 800km, from the Niagara region in the south to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula at Tobermory in the north. Along the way it passes incredible

TLTV Ep 106 is almost ready!

TLTV’s 106th episode is almost ready and should be online by the end of the week!

Episode 106 focuses on Mount Nemo.  Never heard of it?  You will be surprised!  It is part of the Bruce Trail as it runs through Milton, about a 30 minute drive from Mississauga.  It is easily accessed at either Walker’s Line or Appleby Road and the trail takes hikers and families past some incredible views of the countryside, a golf course, a small airport, and all the way to Toronto and Mississauga in the distance.  The trail also passes the entrances to some interesting caves, and the cliffs are a haven for tethered rock climbers.  It’s an amazing place with some of the most spectacular views in Southern Ontario.

Stay tuned!

TLTV’s 106th episode is almost ready and should be online by the end of the week! Episode 106 focuses on Mount Nemo.  Never heard of it?  You will be surprised!  It is part of the Bruce Trail as it runs

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