Monthly Archives: March 2011

Toronto to Japan

Here, at Toronto Bakes for Japan, we couldn’t even think about doing what we’re doing without your support. You’ve come together as a city, and as a community in ways we didn’t, and couldn’t possibly imagine. Everyday, you blow us … Continue reading

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Graydon James and the Young Novelists

Tea: with its healing power and soothing effects, it has the ability to provide comfort, uplift the soul, and bring people together. However, it is only once all of the individual components are brought together that tea’s effects are fully … Continue reading

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Little-Miss-Bakes-A-Lot

Our poster is up and ready. Do you like Little-Miss-Bakes-a-Lot and her friends, who are working so hard to bring you some fabulous treats? Well, then you need to spread the word around – we have our bakers; we now … Continue reading

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Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market

The Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market features the best of the season, with a fabulous assortment of fruits, vegetables, wild fish, meat, cheese, milled flours, eggs and oils—all from local farmers.  It is now indoors for the winter, which means … Continue reading

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A Heartwarming Tale – Amaranto Café

We can’t imagine what the world would be like if everyone was as passionate about what they do, and as caring and committed to the greater good as Elizabeth Rumebe and her family. Amaranto Café is the most recent venue … Continue reading

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Our newest location – Yoshi’s Sweets in the Beaches!

Yoshiʼs Sweets is a Beaches neighborhood bakery where all products are baked fresh, onsite daily.  You will find a large selection of bars and cookies, and their own,  highly  acclaimed gluten-free line of bread, Queen St. Gluten Free,  awarded the “Best … Continue reading

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Note of Appreciation – Cafe Diplomatico

Almost 40 years ago, two brothers came together to create a comfortable, unpretentious space, where their countrymen and locals could gather and share coffee and a sense of community. Today, Cafe Diplomatico is still a place to find community. This … Continue reading

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Thank You, Liberty Noodle!

Arshad Merali knows a lot about making people feel comfortable, and about doing the right thing. These two qualities define the experience at Liberty Noodle, our first venue. Arshad and his staff have been incredible supporters of Toronto Bakes for … Continue reading

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Wear the ‘Toronto Bakes for Japan’ badge

Are you eager to show your support and spread the word on this worthy cause? Then proudly wear the ‘Toronto Bakes for Japan’ badge. You can download (right-click and save) any of the logos given below and display them on … Continue reading

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We have our second venue!

Nothing says Toronto, quite like the Rivoli. This is why we are so thrilled to have their support as one of our venues on Sunday, April 10. In its 27 years, the Rivoli has become a Queen West institution. How … Continue reading

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