FYI: the cherry blossoms in High Park are finally bloomin’.
Toronto-resident Matthew Vienneau is using the powers of the internet to help find his sister Nicole, who has been missing in Syria for the last 37 days. Matthew is calling upon anyone with friends or family in Syria to help him find her whereabouts, and has a blog dedicated to the mission.
Talk about paranoid: army contractors from the U.S. Department of Defense filed an espionage report after noticing those “poppy quarters” while traveling in Canada. They said that the coins seemed “filled with something man-made that looked like nano-technology.” Bahahaha. The coins commemorate Canada’s war dead.
The Globe runs an interview with Lynn Crawford, Executive Chef of the Four Seasons Toronto. I’ve been wanting to give this woman a high five since watching her p0wn a cocky young chef for calling her “babe” on HGTV’s Restaurant Makeover.
What you missed this weekend: the 14th annual Paddle the Don, laughter yoga in High Park, and the very first Jane’s Walk.
Photo courtesy of Lord Darth Vader.