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5 Things to Do in Toronto This June

From veg-centric restaurants to Brian Jungen's new exhibit, discover the top activities in Toronto this month.


Planta Queen

Photo: Steven Lee

Planta Queen

The latest extension of chef David Lee’s plant-based empire combines a host of Asian cuisines – come for dumplings galore, beef-free bulgogi and astonishing feats of sushi.

Animal Liberation Kitchen

Animal Liberation Kitchen

This long-time favourite on the local festival and event circuit has opened a pint-sized storefront in Riverside, serving up pulled-jackfruit sliders, burritos and other tasty snacks.



Photo: Michael Muraz

Luxe Life

The expansive, expensive new Valentino flagship – the brand’s first freestanding boutique in Canada – fills 4,600 square feet in Yorkdale Shopping Centre with chic leather goods, covetable footwear and ready-to-wear fashion.


Jean Vong, Brian Jungen, Owl Drugs, 2016. Nike Air Jordans, brass

Jean Vong, Brian Jungen, Owl Drugs, 2016. Nike Air Jordans, brass (Photo: courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York)

Friend Zone

Artist of Indigenous and European heritage Brian Jungen draws on his Dane-zaa roots and eye for trends to create multimedia works that focus on tribal icons and allegiances across cultures. He’s known for using sports gear (Air Jordans and jerseys) to fashion totem poles and headdresses, but his solo exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Brian Jungen: Friendship Centre, showcases large-scale sculptures and 3,000 images from the artist’s archives.

June 20–August 25,