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This fall, Fort Henry is invaded by ghosts, zombies and vampires who take control of the garrison! Dark tunnels will be filled with frightening players and new special effects designed to create fear and cries! It will make you scream as you wander through haunted hallways and dark ditches.
Fort Fright brings back favourites including: The Vortex and the Coffin Ride: be buried alive!
One night only! On October 4th Toronto artists, cultural and educational institutions, museums, galleries and neighbourhoods produce one-of-a-kind projects that transform the city.
Discover more than 80 independent projects by Toronto's art community and four curated exhibitions featuring 48 projects produced by the City of Toronto.
Discover the story behind every door. Communities open the doors to some of Ontario's most intriguing and charming heritage sites.
This weekend, October 4, Bradford West Gwillimbury will showcase and celebrate the finest heritage, historical and culturally significant buildings and sites invites you to step through their doors.
Celebrate Ontario is an annual program that helps new and existing festivals and events enhance their programs, activities and services. The program also supports bid and event hosting costs of major one-time events and festivals attracting out-of-province visitors through the Blockbuster category.
From agriculture and antiques to crafts and carnival games, more than 50 Fall Fairs are taking place in communities across the province this fall. Ontario's vast array of fall fairs offer fun, educational and affordable activities for residents and visitors to discover.
Read the mandate letters Premier Wynne wrote to each Cabinet Minister, outlining the key priorities for their ministry.
Ontario celebrated the winners of the 2014 Premier's Awards for Excellence in the Arts at a gala event at Roy Thomson Hall on Septembre 16, 2014. The annual awards program honours Ontario's outstanding artists and arts organizations.
Lee Maracle, a critically acclaimed poet, novelist, performance storyteller and scriptwriter, is the winner of the Individual Artist Award. Maracle is currently a Traditional Teacher at the University of Toronto's First Nations House and an instructor at the Centre for Indigenous Theatre.