Doug O'Neill

Writer/content producer/guest blogger

Location icon Canada

I'm a Toronto-based writer, content producer and frequent guest-blogger about all things Torontonian.

I've written heaps about my city – which is one of the most energetic, multicultural cities to explore while travelling.

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2018 Toronto Magazine

Go behind the scenes for insider looks at top restaurants, exciting festivals and major league sports in Canada's Downtown. PLUS fashion finds, unexpected architecture and neighbourhood discovery.

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Top Cycling Routes in Toronto

You'll still hear Torontonians refer to the Waterfront Trail by its former name, the Goodman Trail. There are basically three sections of the Waterfront Trail: Etobicoke in the west, Scarborough in the east and Toronto, which forms the central part of the trail through Harbourfront and along Queen's Quay, where you'll find the newly-minted two-way bike lane.

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2017 Toronto Visitor Guide

Find your way around Toronto's fascinating neighbourhoods, learn about Toronto Treasures and much more.

Urban Guides Canada
02/20/2018
The Rebirth of Gerrard Street East: A Tasty Rejuvenation in an East-End Neighbourhood

They say you can never go home again. Meh. I don't agree. I had an unexpected "homecoming" on the 506 Streetcar in Toronto's east-end a few months ago when it passed through my old neighbourhood of Gerrard and Broadview, also known as Chinatown East, prompting me to get off and explore what had once been my home turf.

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Enjoy Toronto - On the Water!

It's doubtful that surf instructors Duke Kahanamoku and Leroy and Bobby AhChoy could have predicted that Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) - which they invented in Waikiki in the 1940s - would be trending seven decades later in Toronto.

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2018 Toronto Magazine

Go behind the scenes for insider looks at top restaurants, exciting festivals and major league sports in Canada's Downtown. PLUS fashion finds, unexpected architecture and neighbourhood discovery.