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5 Things to Do in Toronto This February

From Ai Weiwei's new exhibit to plant-based pizza, discover the top activities in Toronto this month.


Shuvinai Ashoona, Creatures, 2015

Shuvinai Ashoona, Creatures, 2015 (Photo: courtesy of the artist and Dorset Fine Arts, Feheley Fine Arts)

Mapping Worlds

Shuvinai Ashoona’s vivid pencil drawings infuse scenes of everyday Inuit life in the North with the colourful dynamism of comic book illustrations.

The Power Plant, through May 12

Apolonija Šušteršič, Light Therapy, 2018

Apolonija Šušteršič, Light Therapy, 2018 (Photo: courtesy of MOCA Toronto)

Light Therapy

This installation by Swedish artist Apolonija Šušteršič invites visitors to tackle seasonal affective disorder communally, thanks to a shared light room.

Museum of Contemporary Art, through April 30


Ai Weiwei, Coloured Pots, 2006

Ai Weiwei, Coloured Pots, 2006


Chinese multidisciplinary artist Ai Weiwei’s dissident pieces, including an antique urn emblazoned with a Coca-Cola logo, are among the ceramic works on display.

Gardiner Museum, February 28–June 10


Newfoundland Store

Photo: Hector Vasquez, blogTO

East is Eden

Got a hankering for salt beef but can’t hop on a plane to the East Coast? The Newfoundland Store has you covered. This new Parkdale shop stocks specialties like fish cakes, hard bread and tinned meats galore, as well as trinkets for homesick Newfoundlanders and fervent fans of the Rock.

Food & Drink

Virtuous Pie

Photo: Stephen Townsend

Vegetable Patch

At West Coast transplant Virtuous Pie, creamy cashew mozzarella offsets tangy pesto on the Ultraviolet pizza, and almond parm complements squash and maple on the Harvest pie – combos so tasty you’ll forget they’re entirely plant-based.