Toronto Business Directory, Local Search and Community Info



Toronto. FoundLocally.com covers Toronto south of Eglinton, beteen the Humber River onteh west to Victoria Park in the east.

THERE'S MORE TO "TORONTO" THAN TORONTO! Other GTA areas covered are Scarborough, North York, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville, Oshawa, and the York Region.

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view listing for Gateway NewstandsFeatured ListingGateway Newstands

Gateway Newstands are specialists in daily merchandise for over 43 years, including newspapers, reading material, snacks, beverages, candy, cards, tobacco, lottery tickets, and other impulse items.

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view listing for Greenwood Subway Station (TTC)Featured ListingGreenwood Subway Station (TTC)

This station of the TTC Bloor-Danforth Subway Line serves the TTC Greenwood Yard, St Patrick Secondary School, and Monarch Park

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view listing for RE:Style StudioFeatured ListingRE:Style Studio

Toronto's only interior design studio featuring DIY furniture workshops and special decor events such as learn to re-upholster, make your own headboard and wedding prep classes.

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view listing for McKinley SolutionsFeatured ListingMcKinley Solutions

Clubjobs is the premium job search site and career portal built specifically for the Canadian Club Industry.Golf Course Jobs ~ Sports Club Jobs ~ Yacht Club Jobs ~ Restaurant Jobs ~ Culinary Jobs

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view listing for Gateway NewstandsFeatured ListingGateway Newstands

Gateway Newstands are specialists in daily merchandise for over 43 years, including newspapers, reading material, snacks, beverages, candy, cards, tobacco, lottery tickets, and other impulse items.

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If your business is not already in the FoundLocally directory (try the SEARCH box at the top), and you would like to be featured (randomly), add yourself to the Free Listings!

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Toronto Community Information, Articles & Links

Toronto Sports

Fall is the start of the hockey season, and time for other indoor sports like basketball which help keep you in shape over the coming winter, for recreational pursuits (like skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, or hockey).

Our Sports section has lots of good information about many sports, and our event calendar includes the schedule for the local professional and/or Junior A hockey teams.

Skier under blue skies The ski season is soon underway. FoundLocally posts the Southern Ontario ski reports each Thursday, so you can plan your weekend. We also have ski hill info & snow reports for resorts across Canada.

See info on Ski Hills and the Weekly Ski Reports plus all the other winter sports and activities.


Toronto Travel Tourism

Brasserie Frisco

Once called "Toronto the Good", Toronto now has a diverse cultural life with both movies and live theatre. It also has thousands of restaurants, bars, and coffee shops, representing the tasttes of teh most ethnically diverse city in the world.


Toronto Business

Flatiron Building with downtown office towers

Once called "Toronto the Good", Toronto now has a diverse cultural life with both movies and live theatre. It also has thousands of restaurants, bars, and coffee shops, representing the tasttes of teh most ethnically diverse city in the world.

Businesses and self-employed individuals are welcome to add themselves to our FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and job opportunities. FoundLocally has lots of tips and information for businesses, and their staff and managers.


Toronto Shopping

View of Eaton Centre Atrium

Toronto is a shopper's paradise. It has everything from inexpensive bargains, to malls, to shopping districts full of unique one-of-a-kind stores and services, ethic zones, and the best luxury shopping in Canada.


General Photo Credits: Toronto photos by Patrick Stieber and William Chen. Etobicoke photos by Alexey Stockah, and some Pearson Airport and Eglinton Ave photos by Mark Ruthenberg, with others as credited.