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Trip Tips: Toronto, the Great White North’s summer surprise

TORONTO, July 18 (Reuters) – Perhaps most famous for having
a mayor who has admitted smoking crack cocaine, Toronto has much
more than salacious headlines to offer the intrepid visitor,
especially when snow is far from the collective consciousness.

With a winter that can send recent immigrants into shock,
Toronto is best visited between May and September, when it is
awash with festivals and events, and patios are jammed with
locals enjoying a long-awaited outdoor pint.

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      "Canada tech, media and telecoms reporter based in Toronto, with emphasis on Research In Motion and including coverage of Rogers, Bell Canada, Telus, the new mobile entrants and the tech companies filling in the gaps. Previously spent two years in Cairo bureau chasing Orascom Telecom's Naguib Sawiris. Prior to that, spent a year learning the ropes in London."
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