Toronto

Laura Bilotta – Single in the City, Dating & Relationship Blog

laura Bilotta on the radio - Chorus - AM640 - Single in the City

Laura Bilotta is a popular radio and TV host, dating coach and author who resides in Oakville, Ontario.  She is the founder of a successful speed dating and matchmaking business, Single in the City. Although this gregarious woman is incredibly busy, she still finds time to write good compelling stories on her blog, and publish…

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Full Stack Resources Blog for Remote Workers

full stack resources blog, web development in toronto

Styled as a helpful guide for remote workers that orbit the growing web development company, Full Stack Resources Blog is filled with insightful posts for all Canadian technology workers. The entries in their journal detail their specialties and various on-demand staffing service models. The posts showcase projects that require key organizational elements like information architecture,…

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Sharing Toronto Magazine

A popular urban lifestyle magazine, Sharing Toronto is a news site that focuses on telling the stories most relevant to the people of Toronto.  Their journalism hopes to create an active and informed online community. The founders of the magazine have a great attitude-  unlike other Toronto based organs of the press, which try desperately to…

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Street Chic Canada, Street Fashion Magazine

street chic in Toronto

There are many style magazines on the internet, and while many fashion blogs do a good job reporting on local events and clothing designers in their city, Street Chic street fashion look book has a mandate to publish posts displaying the way people dress in cities and towns all across Canada.  This is a national…

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Anum Khan and James Rubec, PB&J Mag in different parts of Canada

Anum Khan

Like the sandwich that is its namesake, this is a quick, tasty and unpretentious blog.  Its bulk – or the bread is in its commitment to quality content which chronicles local/world events and lifestyles in a down to earth tone. The protein – or peanut butter – is the hearty substance behind provocative articles like…

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Deb Lewis Blogs About Events in Toronto

deb lewis at Spoke club 2010

  Deborah Lewis runs an upscale event planning business in downtown Toronto. On average she designs, promotes and executes between thirty five and fifty of the city’s biggest and most memorable occasions each year, and she blogs about it and posts pictures on Twitter, Flickr and Facebook. Her blog gives readers the pertinent details and…

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Nora Camps, Business Storyteller in Toronto

nora camps, crazy for you

Nora Camps is a graphic designer, web marketing strategist and fine arts painter living and working in Toronto, Ontario. She is one of the two principals of Duo Strategy and Design, a cost effective business storytelling company with a green mandate; they’re bent on changing the world one project at a time. Nora’s blog is…

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Mark Goodfield, The Blunt Bean Counter

Mark Goodfield, The Blunt Bean Counter

Mark Goodfield is a Canadian income tax expert who shares his insights and knowledge about the Income Tax Act, and that makes him rather unique. There are countless consumer blogs and political pundits and even a few good government blogs, but Mark is the first income tax expert blogger I’ve come across. More accurately, he’s…

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Michael Nus, Holy Trinity of Happiness

Michael Nus in Toronto

Michael Nus is a bearded blogger with a big heart. Known as the gentleman blogger, his informative posts are chock full of philosophical meaning, commentary about staying classy, and SEO and Social Media advice. More than anyone else, Michael includes his friends and colleagues in his posts. He references the work of his contemporaries when…

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Erin Bury’s Random Musings in Toronto

Canada Blog Friends, Erin Bury at Sprouter

Erin Bury is a twenty something year old blogger who writes with confidence and originality. Her blog posts are insightful and thought provoking. She stands out in an age of repeaters, because her writing is easy-to-read and uniquely informative. Less than two years after graduating from Carleton University in Journalism, and after interning at some…

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