Each of the Lunch Dates episodes is hosted by one of The Social who brings the other co-hosts to a Toronto restaurant of their choice. The featured “host” of each Lunch Date does everything from pick the location, to choose the menu and of course provide all of the topics that are discussed over lunch. From Lainey’s episode at R&D featuring Chinese/Canadian cuisine where they talk about Hollywood gossip to Cynthia’s relationship focused episode that takes place at a Burlesque dinner theatre, each host brings their various interests, backgrounds and experiences to offer five totally unique Lunch Date shows.
LUZIA™ takes you to an imaginary Mexico, like in a waking dream, where light quenches the spirit and rain soothes the soul.
The original construction plans for Toronto’s Union Station dated back over 20 years, and has been a long and challenging process. Watch the construction work in action, and meet the people who made it happen.
See interviews, movie showcases, event highlights and more – starting September 26, catch all 10 episodes hosted by your favourite etalk reporters including Ben Mulroney, Danielle Graham, Traci Melchor and more.
Kap Oneoh explores Toronto with local music artists to discover where their most favourite and memorable spots are, where they started, and what they have in store next for their fans.
We are farmers from Holland Marsh, the most fertile agricultural land in Canada! We grow food that feeds the nation. In order to stand, it needs to eat. Meet the farmers and learn why they are so vital to our well-being.
Ottawa is enjoying a major make-over. High-end shopping and eye-catching fashion are now staples on busy street corners and evening galas. Katrina Turnbull takes you to exclusive events and talks to some of the most head-turning trend setters in the city.
Get to know some non-traditional local comics that are making a name for themselves in your very own city.
The life of a paramedic can be exciting and even scary, but for Morgan, he takes every moment to make those awkward moments hilarious.
Members of Toronto's El-Tawhid Juma Circle meet to find spiritual sanctuary from Islamophobia, homophobia and misogyny in the form of a makeshift mosque. Step inside their mosque and meet some of their members.
Nick and Dan taste amazing food at local Toronto restaurants, and then go head to head in the kitchen to see who can make the tastiest replication. May the best chef win!
IRL (In Real Life) is a series about the intersection of social media with contemporary life.