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What do runners do with the extra hour on the day the clocks go back? We #runmore!

Adidas Canada has launched an exciting new 10k run in Toronto, happening on November 1st at 1am (yes, that’s right… 1am)! The clocks go back an hour at 2am on November 1st, so there’s no excuses about not having ‘enough time’ to be active. We’re encouraging as many runners as possible to join @1LOVETO & @AdidasCanada on what promises to be an incredible night of community and fitness all in support of the Canadian Olympic Fund.

Register here: runmore10k.ca



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The entire city and possibly all of Canada is rooting for our hometown Blue Jays this playoff season, and after 22 years the excitement kicks off this Thursday, October 8th at the Rogers Centre (Skydome for those of us who remember) against the American League West-Champion Texas Rangers. In true Canadian fashion, what’s a baseball game without a beer or maybe six of them?! The fan-favourite Budweiser Blue Jays #6IXPACK Rally Pack is now available exclusively at the LCBO for a limited time only.


Another highlight Budweiser is bringing to the playoffs this season is the introduction of the Red Light, exclusively for the Jays! For the first time ever, Red Light owners will be able to update their app which syncs with every Toronto Blue Jays home run during the playoffs. After each home run the official Blue Jays home run horn will sound to help spread the playoff celebrations across the country.

For more info: budweiser.ca/redlight



We got very lucky thanks to the good folks at Glenmorangie as we got to squeeze in one last round of golf before the weather changed! On Thursday, September 24th 1LOVETO was invited to the inaugural Glenmorangie Cup at the beautiful Piper’s Heath Golf Club. The tournament profits raised were donated to help send children to Camp Oochigeas for two memorable weeks. We’ve had the pleasure of raising funds for Camp Oochigeas in previous years, and we were happy to get involved again!






For more info: glenmorangie.com

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Hyena Road (Trailer)

This year was a milestone year for our favourite film festival and we got the chance to talk to Karl Campbell, star of Paul Gross’s new film, Hyena Road, which premiered this year at TIFF with an amazing reception from the public and industry bigwigs.

The film is not your typical war flick. It actually started off as a documentary Paul was filming in Afghanistan. While there, he discovered there were stories not being told. “It’s three stories in one, exploring the local, smaller conflicts” Karl explains. “Before we started shooting, we spent time at a military base in Winnipeg… we camped out and lived a solider’s life.”


The film is based on a true story which follows a troop of Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan who are trying to construct a pivotal highway link while weathering Taliban attacks. Karl plays an African-Canadian soldier in a sniper squadron. He says truly respected how emotionally invested Paul was in this film and wanted to do justice to the story. “That guy (Paul) is so incredible… I came away with the utmost respect for what soldier’s do, that selflessness, that sacrifice, it’s amazing.”

So it was crucial to Karl on a professional and personal level, to execute the role to the best of his ability. He was taught everything from how to properly hold weapons to a soldier’s mindset. “Acting is a reflection of real life under imaginary circumstances so with every place I’ve traveled to, its helped me to understand more of the human condition.”

Hyena Road is out in theatres, October 9, 2015!

For more info about the film CLICK HERE.

Posted by Samira

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SummerWorks Festival 2015


The performances at this year’s SummerWorks festival had us seriously wowed with the intricate range of artistic abilities, techniques and perspectives. The festival, which celebrates four key components: Music, Dance, Theatre and Live Art, packed an extra punch for their 25 year milestone. It was hard to pick a few favourites but we’ve narrowed down our most memorable shows in each category.


Music: LAL / All You Can Hold
You can’t box this Toronto-based collective as simply ‘Canadian electronica’ because they’ve found a way to infuse those beats with a fiery, unique voice and a mandate which “bridges the art with social justice.” Vocalist, poet and activist, Rosina Kazi alongside producer and sound engineer, Nicholas “Murr” Murray seduced the audience into a trance. It was a dreamy rhythm but also had heads bobbing to the bass and electronics at the same time. The vibe was so powerful and positive, it was almost tangible.

Director / Designer / Costumes by Ange Loft (Cult of Kateri); Dance performances by Ill Nana and Victoria Mata; Live Digital Painting by Sonny Bean; Projections by Matt Maaskant

Dance: Forgetting Remembering
This performance is described as a “relational sensory song and dance, modulating frequencies of experiences to empty time from mind.” It was cool because it was like choreographed chaos, a freestyle with a note of structure which played out a purpose. The strobe lights and rhythmic moves, voices and projected visuals created an immersive experience as they sprawled themselves among the audience. There was a lot of the same, yet we were still left guessing ‘what was next?’

Created by Robert Kingsbury; Performed by Niomi Cherney, Francesco Gagliardi, Danielle Baskerville, Julia Male, Brian Solomon, Claire Turner Reid, Jasmin McGraw, Winnie Ho


Theatre: That Syncing Feeling
This project had our hearts racing more than once. This was an experiment which consisted of two parts. Both examined our relationship with technology, our cellphones in particular. We were asked write our phone numbers on a piece of paper which were then mixed up and handed out to the audience. Then, we had to call that number and leave a random message. At one point we all had to put our phones in the middle of the floor. The unease on everyone’s face was reason enough to conduct these exercises which were re-teaching us how to communicate.

The second part was an experiment conducted by a woman in a doctor’s white coat. Half of us were given a number to text of someone in the room and an iPod loaded with instructions. We ended up sharing deep connections with these strangers and left never knowing who they were. We definitely got a dose of ‘that syncing feeling’ and currently, re-examining how we engage with technology, ahem, I mean, humans.

Written by Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe; Directed by Simon Bloom; Performed by Alex McCooeye and Nicola Elbro; Produced by Mitchell Cushman; Stage Managed by Bryn McLeod

Live Art: Wildlife
Wildlife was an awesome collection of skits and monologues which tapped into heavy themes like, race , religion and Drake vs. Meek Mill; hilarious but in a real thought-provoking way. For example, one skit was a depiction of Eve eating that fateful apple. She starts off sweet and innocently ( as I’m sure lots of us imagine) but then she gets really into this new found taste. It turns subtly sexual, then comedic. These nuances forced us to re-visit this famous imagery in a way we never thought to consider it.

A collaborative performance produced by Events In Real Time; Conceived of by Liz Peterson; Written by Amy Lam and Liz Peterson with Hannah Cheesman, Lindsey Clark, Onyeka Igwe, Sean O’Neill, Aliya Pabani, Matt Smith




Special Presentation: HYPER_
This performance was an intersection of ‘visual and digital arts…a combinations of UV lights, body paint and video projections’. It was a dance which used all these facets to produce a trippy expansion of our periphery. The colours were wild and the movements were full of conviction and strength. You know you’re in for a hell of an experience when you’re handed 3D glasses upon entry.

Performed and Created by Freya Björg Olafson; Lighting Design by Hugh Conacher; Music by Ghostigital, Davíð Þór Jónsson, Kippi Kaninus [Guðmundur Vignir Karlsson], LE1F, Dubbel Dutch

SummerWorks is the largest, curated performance festival of theatre, dance, music, and live art in Canada with a strong focus on Canadian works. Can’t wait for next year’s line-up! For more info visit: summerworks.ca

Photos by Dahlia Katz

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The Rogers Cup Experience


This Saturday we were invited to experience the Rogers Cup and watch some WTA US Open Series action by Peroni. Not only were we there to spend the afternoon watching an amazing match, we were able to get out on the courts as well.


As thousands of tennis fans made their way to the Aviva Centre on the west end of York University, a group of us were already out on the courts in our tennis whites for a morning clinic. Coach Mike and his team of trainers put us and our new Wilson Burn racquets to work and spent time working on improving each of our games. Groundstrokes, serves, volleys and the game itself were taught and rediscovered as we confused onlookers with some very amateur tennis on the Aviva Centre side courts. As the clinic came to a close most of us would have likely been content continuing to work ourselves into a sweat, but Peroni had a better proposition.



We freshened up and made our way up to the Peroni Suite, where a delicious spread of panini sandwiches, salads, charcuterie and more was served for lunch. Excited conversation about the clinic buzzed around the suite as the players warmed up on Centre Court and we filled our plates. Washing the warmth and food down with cold Peroni, we eventually made our way to our seats to watch some mesmerizing points between Simona Halep and Sara Errani. The strong Romanian presence in the stadium certainly helped Simona en route to the 6-4, 6-4 victory.

As someone who has been at the Rogers Cup almost every year since it was sponsored by du Maurier, and even Players, I didn’t think it was possible to experience something new here. The day with Peroni showed otherwise as they treated us to an unforgettable country club experience.

A huge thank you to the team at Peroni, and the team of coaches on the courts with us for a truly amazing day at the Rogers Cup. And congratulations to Belinda Bencic, who went on to win the tournament on Sunday.

Photos by @erinsimkinphoto

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“We Are Disorderly” Web Series


Last year we blogged about a Toronto-based web comedy series entitled “We Are Disorderly”, about three best friends who never pass up an opportunity to tease each other relentlessly and prey on one another’s deepest insecurities. The show was created, written by and stars Al Mukadam, Mazin Elsadig and Jonathan Malen, and directed by Samir Rehem and produced by Paula Brancati and DHX Media. Guest stars include Cristine Prosperi, Ashley Leggat, Lara Jean Chorostecki, Sergio Di Zio and Wendy Crewson.


For more info visit: wearedisorderly.com

Previously: “Disorderly” Web Series

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Toronto’s only Filipino Festival is back to celebrate their 10-Year-Anniversary of Kultura on August 5-9th, 2015. The Philippine inspired festival is spearheaded by Kensington Market-based, youth-led Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture and supported by community volunteers. The purpose of the event is to expose Toronto to everything the Filipino community has to offer, from arts, culture, food, entertainment and style. Through a variety of workshops, live shows, and community engagement the festival continues to grow each year, allowing the idea of understanding Toronto’s diverse communities to truly be celebrated.


You can purchase tickets HERE.

For more info, visit: kultura.ca

Photo by Dwayne Fundano

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Toronto’s Caribbean Carnival (Caribana) is less than a week away and 1LOVETO & Guinness Extra Stout are giving you the chance to win your very own ‘Like Ah Boss’ costume designed by Project Runway Winner Anya Ayoung-Chee, plus the opportunity to play mas with Team Saldenah, along side International Soca Artist Machel Montano, co-hosted by Tyrone ‘T-rex’ Edwards and Chantelle Winnie.

Tweet @1LOVETO #GuinnessExtraStout for your chance to win!




The Contest begins on or about Monday July 27, 2015. To play, entrants must have Internet access, a valid Twitter account, a valid email address and a valid phone number. To enter the Contest, entrants must follow the 1 LOVE TO Twitter page (@1LOVETO) and tweet the identified contest tweet that declares “Tweet @1LOVETO #GuinnessExtraStout”. All entries submitted on the 1LOVETO Twitter page at the close of the Contest Period will count as one (1) entry into the Contest by the individual, determined by the Contest Sponsor in its sole discretion. Limit of one (1) entry per individual, per full duration of the Contest Period, and per associated twitter handle and email address for the Contest Period. Entries will be stored in a Contest database and will be drawn in accordance with these Official Rules (Contest database and the site at which these Official Rules are published by Contest Sponsor referred to collectively as “Contest Website”).

The overall Contest commences on or about 12 p.m. Eastern Time (“EST”) on July 27th, 2015 and ends at 5:00:00 p.m. EST on July 28th, 2015 (the “Contest Period”), after which time no further entries will be accepted.

The Contest is open to residents of Canada only, excluding Québec, who are legal drinking age in their province or territory of residence and who are not employees, contractors, agents or representatives of the Contest Sponsor or its parent companies, their subsidiaries, affiliates, agencies, distribution companies, the applicable provincial liquor authorities, participating liquor licensees, prize suppliers, the Contest judge, or any person who is domiciled with any of the foregoing persons. The provincial liquor authorities are not connected with this Contest in any manner whatsoever and are not liable in any way whatsoever in regard to any matter, which relates to this Contest.

There are two prizes available to be won, each consisting of:
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Toronto has always had Kings, but the first official Crown belongs to 1LOVETO!

Four weeks ago we set the tone for what was to come, besting the Anthony Bennett-led CIA Bounce 101-88, behind Player of the Week Brady Heslip’s 44 points. A second week loss only seemed to energize and motivate the whole squad, and we never looked back. Guest player Kelly Olynyk dropped an easy 31 while donning a white 1LOVETO Crown League jersey in Week 3, and the team rallied behind an amazing Final Week MVP performance by Dwayne Smith for the 53-49 Championship W. Leading from the start, we were able to hold off a comeback from the previously undefeated ACE squad en route to being the first team to Claim Royalty in Toronto.

A huge thank you to Nike and Jarvis Collegiate, who were the perfect hosts for the games and provided a fever pitch-like atmosphere for basketball fans from across the GTA. And of course thank you to those fans, who every Friday for a month straight packed into the hot high-school gym to cheer on all six squads and help establish Toronto’s very own Pro-Am Summer League.

Stay connected with Nike Events all year-long, and get ready to cheer us on as we look to defend the Crown next summer.








Photos courtesy of Nike Toronto

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A trip to Morocco, the Raptors in the playoffs and an innate desire to make a difference in the world, is responsible for the conception of the globally conscious, Toronto-based clothing brand, Peace Collec-tive.

It’s made up of a few key players: Yanal Dhailieh, Jordan McDonald, Macaulay Madrigal and Tricka Bi-comong. The cool thing about them is that their merch is close to an incredible cause. For every piece they sell, one child in need will be provided school meals for a month through The World Food Program USA. Yanal (Founder) says, “I believe chasing your passion boils down to two key ingredients: 1. Do what you love, 2. Add value to the world.”


It all started last year when the Raptors made the playoffs. Yanal had designed the now notori-ous, ‘Toronto vs. Everybody’ shirt, and he and Macaulay (Creative Director) wore them to Jurassic Park to watch the game. The positive reactions and feedback they encountered, triggered them to create about six different pieces for both men and women. Inspired by his recent trip to Morocco where Yanal learned about schools which provided two meals a day for students who attended (kind of like an incen-tive), he attached the charitable aspect to his newly minted clothing line which became central to their formula and the driving force behind their success.“Without [the charitable aspect] we wouldn’t exist and we wouldn’t have the loyalty we have now. When customers buy from us, they feel as if they’re join-ing the cause; they are now apart of something more” says Macaulay. But it was by no means easy, “…countless hours spent on research, designs, conversations, folding/packaging, trial and error – a lot of mistakes” but they didn’t allow the hurdles to clutter the vision.


Aside from their awesome designs, all of which are 100% made in Canada, it’s their humanity which makes Peace Collective a leader in the business of fashion. Yanal explains: “Following your passion isn’t unrealistic…Commit to your art, work hard to create value, and cultivate your following. Doing these things creates a positive impact on the world that others will notice. What’s so unrealistic about that?”

For more info: peace-collective.com

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On July 11, glacéau vitaminwater hosted a think+drink+do event at the Coca-Cola Canada headquarters where some of Toronto’s top influential bloggers, social media gurus and likeminded young-small business owners were in attendance. The day was filled with creation and inspiration with some of Canada’s top start-up experts and all-star doers. Guests gathered as they were given invaluable tips on how to grow their personal brands and successfully achieve their business goals with panel discussions and interactive workshops catered to each individual’s path.

The morning started off on a delicious, fresh and scenic note as they enjoyed brunch courtesy of The Food Dudes and Coco and Cowe on Coca-Cola Canada’s rooftop patio that overlooked the east end of the city. Shortly after, guests were led inside the building’s modern and abstract atrium where a series of panel discussions and interactive workshops were held by glacéau vitaminwater’spanelist of start-up experts: Michele Romanow (co-founder of Buytopia and Snapsaves, and the newest dragon on Dragons’ Den), Devon Brooks (co-founder of Blo Blow Dry Bar and entrepreneurial mentor at Futurpreneur), JJ Thompson (principal and commercial photographer at Media Needs), and lastly, Elaine Lui (founder of laineygossip.com, co-host on The Social, and report at eTalk).


The event was interactively organized into three sessions, the first being: 1 idea. 60 seconds. Deliver a pitch on the fly. It was led by Michele Romanow who encouraged guests to show what they got in 60 seconds and receive real-time advice from the think+drink+do experts. The initiative of this exercise was to learn how to deliver the perfect sales pitch by finding your hook, learning what makes a compelling pitch and realize the “so what” factor.

The second session was a breakout session where individuals had two options to choose from: Option A; Personal branding for the creative class, led by JJ Thompson, or Option B; Impact or implode, led by Devon Brooks.

In Option A, JJ Thompson led the group into realizing first-hand how one can visually build and elevate their personal brand. In this session, JJ reviewed the key do’s and don’ts as well as how to showcase their story online by using social media and networking channels to their best advantage.

In Option B, Devon Brooks thoroughly explained how one’s personal beliefs can influence others and the world around them through their hustle. Devon took an entrepreneurial deep dive in this session and explored how one’s business can be a reflection of their values and how they can use them to increase the impact of their overall hustle.


Lastly, for the third and final session, all groups combined for the think+drink+do workshop Q+A with Lainey Gossip. Here, guests took the time to reflect on the day and talk about where they see themselves going further from thereon. In this closing session, Lainey helped uncover and recognize opportunities within life’s “blind items” with a Q+A session, which for once, was gossip-free.

All-in-all guests received invaluable advice from vitaminwater’s entrepreneurial mentors, whose aim is to help you get up, go out, and turn your (day)dreams into reality.

Being that vitaminwater was a start-up story to begin with, they are a huge believer and supporter of helping and encourage young entrepreneurs to “hydrate their hustle” by bringing their business dreams to life with their latest Think+Drink+Do campaign and #TotalBoss contest.


To figure out if your idea is worth doing, you have to start doing it. So from now until September 30th, vitaminwater will help one lucky Canadian bring their next big idea to life with $10,000 and a one-on-one mentorship with a leading Canadian business expert. Canadians can enter by taking a photo of what inspires them, posting it on Instagram and including the hashtag #totalboss and tagging @vitaminwatercanada.

Full contest details can be found here: vitaminwatercanada.ca.

Photos by Becca Lemire

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