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Entries in Toronto (94)


Microsoft doubles down on Canadian investment with downtown Toronto HQ announcement

Microsoft Canada announced it will move its Canadian headquarters to a new space in the heart of downtonw Toronto in 2020. The new facility on Bay Street will be located at the new CIBC Square and will span four floors in the 132,000 square-foot space. 

The future home will also include a new state-of-the-art Microsoft Technology Centre that will serve partners, customers as well as a learning centre for school-aged youth. The move is just one of a series of significant investments Microsoft is making. These investments will enable an expansion of Microsoft's Canadian operations, including increasing staff, modernizing its real estate, and growing its research lab in Montreal that is focused on artificial intelligence. 

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Report: Video game arcades are making a comeback in Toronto

Video game arcades were the preferred hangouts of gamers in the 70's and 80's but were slowly killed off by home gaming consoles as well as the advent of networked gaming and the Internet. A new report finds that gaming arcades are making a comeback in Toronto.

"Toronto is experiencing a full-blown arcade and pinball machine renaissance, fueled by communities of players who share a love for the coin-op experience. Though a trickle of new machines continue to emerge on the scene, retro arcade and pinball machines make up the bulk of today’s “barcades” — the slang term for establishments that serve alcohol alongside retro-gaming goodness," states a report from

To celebrate the arcade revival, Zolo News has created 416cade, a map of all public-facing arcade and pinball machines across Greater Toronto. To find out where these pinball and games are at check out their maps here.


Dell Canada raises awarenes on World Ocean's Day with stunning art installation

Dell Canada is raising awareness on World Ocean's Day by collaborating with mixed media artist Anna Mielniczek, who used reclaimed and recycled lastic bags, strings, bottles and other non-biodegradeable waste to create an immersive interpretation of the sea.

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Car-sharing service Car2Go ceases service in Toronto over prohibitive parking regulations

Car2Go is considered one of the most recognizable and popular car sharing services which has allowed many Canadians to get by without owning a car, which can be expensive in a city like Toronto where most of the parking spaces have been converted into high-rise condos.

Car2Go, which has 80,000 customers in Toronto, announced it is shutting down operations in the downtown core due to what it calls prohibitive parking permit fees. The familiar blue and white SmartCar vehicles will soon disappear from 350 parking spaces in Toronto.

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