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Located at the east end of Toronto on Danforth and Woodbine, Accuserv has been serving our community for all their HVAC needs for over 20 years. We pride ourselves in customer satisfaction and have been getting a steady stream of loyal customers as our reputation begins to spread. Whether you’re just around the shop, down at the beaches, downtown, North York or all the way in the west bordering Mississauga we’re your local HVAC specialists for your heating, cooling and air quality needs.
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Happy New Years Everyone! We hope 2014 will be filled with success and laughter :)
Hello Everybody! As everyone here should know we had a fundraiser event on Dec 3/13 to raise funds for Abilities Ministry. We offered $2 for every like we got on Facebook. We got overwhelming support with people wanting to participate. Unfortunately our Ipad devices couldn't connect to the internet so lost a lot of people weren't able to like us. It was very discouraging for us but we still managed to get 15 likes at the end of the campaign! Still a very good number considering we weren't expecting any likes after the technical difficulty. So all and all we raised $30 for Abilities Ministry. But we really don't feel satisfied with that number so we want to rounded that number "UP" to $100 ;) So thank you for those 15 people that helped support us despite the troubles we encountered and for everyone else please stay tuned on how AccuServ will try to find other ways to support its community!
Hello Everybody Due to some technical difficulty getting our iPads to connect on the internet so we can have our guests like us on Facebook. We have decided to extend the deadline for the fundraiser till this Friday. Please encourage your friends to like us and help raise funds for abilities Ministry!
We are looking forward to attending the Abilities Appreciation Dinner and Awards Ceremony this evening and supporting the GTA community of people with disabilities. http://accuservheating.com/accuserv-heating-and-air-conditioning-inc-sponsors-december-3-abilities-dinner-and-awards-event/
Calling all sweet tooths! Get your chocolate and cardio on during one of Toronto’s most delectable tours.
Anyone locals with an insatiable sweet tooth will love Tasty Tours, a walking confectionery tour in Kensington Market. Each tour begins with a walk around a Toronto neighbourhood, starting near Nassau/Spadina and ending in the heart of Kensington Market on Augusta Ave.
Because long queues of patrons with candy on their minds are expected, it’s always wise to book your tour ahead of time. Stroll King and Queen West while making pit stops for chocolate taste tests—all while learning about the history of chocolate. Historical research never tasted so good!
In the mood for a walking adventure? Look no further than one of Toronto’s
most entertaining—and delicious—tours!
The Culinary Adventure Company is a popular hub that offers walking tours dedicated to sumptuous eats. As well as sampling mouthwatering food and libations from the colourful vendors you meet, the CAC tour will regale you with tales about Toronto’s history, architecture and local residents. Food tours range from afternoon samples ‘n’ strolls to evening dinner tours —whatever you fancy!
**To book a tour, visit their website for more information.**
In search of cheap eats in Queen West? Look no further than these budget-friendly foodie hotspots!
Arepa Cafe is a tasty menu that includes a variety of subs, quesadillas, and kabobs for extremely reasonable prices. If you find yourself wandering along Queen West during lunchtime, it’s definitely worth a drop in.
416 Snack Bar (between Queen and Bathurst) is a cozy, tapas-style restaurant and bar with some seriously delicious eats. With an ever-changing menu of bite-sized morsels like sliders, empanadas, and sushi pizza, this is a place that brings tapas to another evel.
Banh Mi Boys serves up some of the tastiest banh mi in Toronto. A meat-filled baguette served with cucumber, cilantro, pickled carrots and daikon – this is so much more than your average sandwich.
In search of cheap eats, downtown? Look no further than these budget-friendly foodie hotspots!
Salad King in Downtown Yonge has been serving mouthwatering and affordable Thai food for the past two decades. Located across the street from Ryerson University, the restaurant is a satisfying hub for students on a budget (yes — you can get quality Thai food for under $10!).
Another local Toronto hotspot, Burrito Boyz, is a foodie lover’s paradise that’s always lined up during lunchtime. With countless burrito options between $5 and $10 (including all the works), it’s easy to understand why. You’d be hard pressed to find a better-priced burrito, anywhere.
In terms of price, quality, and diversity, Ritz Caribbean boasts some of the best Jamaican food around. With a large selection of Caribbean-style fixings for under a tenner, you can’t go wrong. Satisfy your spicy palate with Ritz’s savoury, budget-friendly options.
Can’t get enough of live music? You’ll love the indie scene here in Toronto!
While major Toronto stadiums like the Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre regularly attract A-list acts like Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, dedicated music scene aficionados know that the smaller venues provide a more intimate experience for a more reasonable price.
Did you pack your skinny jeans? If so, you’ll be at home at the Cameron House, a no-cover venue, known for hosting a variety of local indie acts. Blue Rodeo and The Barenaked Ladies have all performed on the Cameron’s stage, in addition to countless others throughout the years. Come any night of the week to catch some local bands and discover potential favourites!
Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus…
Need an indication that Christmas is on its way? Toronto’s official tree arrived at city hall on Nov. 8; a festive reminder that the holiday season is almost here! This behemoth badboy – standing at a staggering 18 metres – was delivered to Nathan Phillips Square early Saturday morning, and serves as the glittering centerpiece for the 48th annual Cavalcade of Lights. A longstanding Toronto tradition, this holiday event begins with a brilliant tree lighting ceremony that is followed by musical guest performances, and topped off with a colourful fireworks display. Cavalcade of Lights will take place on November 29, 2014 at 7:00 pm. Come celebrate our city’s local charm with this holiday-inspired event!+-
Toronto’s federal by-election is just around the corner! Don’t forget to do your civic duty and cast your vote.
There are only four days left before it’s time to head on over to your local polls and place your vote. The 41st Canadian Parliament by-elections will be held on November 17, 2014, which means it’s more important now than ever to narrow down your preferred choice of running candidates.
Do you know who you’re going to vote for, and where? For general voter registration information, including district poll locations and parties, visit ElectionsCanada.ca, today. Every ballot counts, so make sure your voice is heard as you do your part to vote for change.
Stop for a moment to relish some of Toronto’s natural beauty.
A glittering combination of natural beauty and metropolitan appeal, Toronto has a vibe and culture that appeals to everyone. Situated across the steely gray waters of Lake Ontario, our metropolis combines historical landmarks with hospitable charm; delivering an unrivaled experience every time you venture outside.
From iconic architecture to eclectic eateries, T.O. isn’t just a city that delivers a good time; it’s a reinventing landscape that us locals can always enjoy. The outdoors were meant to be explored —experience the natural beauty this city has to offer.