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October’s Very Own (OVO) & Canada Goose partner for what promises to be another winter ready collaboration with their limited edition Bomber. Aside from slight design changes, the limited-run collection returns with a familiar all-black motif, in satin, with tasteful gold accents. For the first-time ever, the collaboration includes the iconic Canada Goose Chilliwack Bomber for women, as well as the Men’s OVO Foxe Bomber, which features a removable shearling collar, along with an OVO Ball Cap.


Only 300 units of the Chilliwack and Foxe Bomber were produced. Each piece features a label numbered from 1 to 300, making them exclusive keepsakes and collectors items. You can shop the collection online at CanadaGoose.com and in-stores at the following retailers: OVO Flagship Store Toronto, Opening Ceremony in the US, Harvey Nichols in the UK, Colette in France, and Opening Ceremony in Japan.



Previously: Canada Goose x Wings + Horns: The Decade Parka

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Toronto-based brand Beaufille comes from the fashion design sister duo Chloé and Parris Gordon, who’ve made quite a name for themselves and their brand over the past few years. Their latest release is a dreamy stylized film highlighting their latest Spring 2016 Collection. Watch it now!


For more info visit: beaufille.com

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Roots Canada has partnered with Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson to create and release a custom Roots Blue Jays Award Jacket. With the entire city jumping on the bandwagon, there’s no better time to support your home team with some Canadian made merch, including customized leather bags, exclusive apparel and accessories and of course the Award Jacket. The collectors edition jacket is made from 24 oz. Canadian melton wool at the Roots state-of-the-art factory in Toronto, and features the brand’s signature Baseball Tribe Leather sleeves along with authentic chenille cresting marking the 2015 season and baseball saddle stitching.

“I’m glad to be a part of Roots,” says Josh. “This is something that I feel very happy about and excited to be a part of.”


Shop online at JaysShop.ca and roots.com

Photo by Ilich Mejia

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Toronto-based electro-pop duo Once A Tree just release their newest video “For You,” off their current “Thousand Lives” EP. The video premiered on MTV.com and features actors Maggie Mae Taylor and Brendt Thomas Diabo who play a young couple deeply in love, but battling alcohol and drug addiction. The video was produced and directed by Once A Tree and shot in Toronto.

“The video shows a young couple, each battling their own inner demons. It’s a struggle we all face in our own lives, whether it be in a romantic relationship, friendship, or otherwise. But instead of perpetuating self-loathing and worthlessness, we’re hoping to relay a message of self-love and empowerment.” – Jayli Wolf (Once A Tree)


For more music: onceatreemusic.com

Previously: Once A Tree – “Take Me” (Official Video)

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Too Black Guys x Ebbets Field


Once again, Toronto’s Too Black Guys continues to impress us, this time with an exclusive collaboration with the vintage Ebbets Field line. After almost 24 years, the popular TBG Baseball Jersey, most known for it’s appearance on Mary J. Blige in her “Real Love” video, is being re-released. This time the classic piece is made with Ebbets Field 100% wool flannel and hand made authentic replication of the 1946 Montreal Royals jersey, which is the one that Jackie Robinson wore in his first MLB game. The jersey is paired with an all suede, adjustable-back baseball cap to match.




The collection drops on Monday, exclusively at tooblackguys.co

Previously: Too Black Guys Release ‘The Power Collection’

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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


The Dying Arts just dropped a new video for “Liar”, and it’s a pretty crazy video if we do say so ourselves. The single debuted on 102.1 and the band recently played a killer set at Riot Fest here in Toronto. Their second EP titled “You Had It Coming” will be out later this month on October 23rd on their new label Culvert Records, which is going to be followed by a cross Canada tour alongside Motorleague.


Previously: The Dying Arts – “Bed Spins” (Official Video)

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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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Brendan Philip – “Ghostface”

Toronto-based singer/songwriter Brendan Philip releases a new experimental record entitled “Ghostface”. With electro-ambient sounds, accompanied by R&B, Soul, and hip hop elements, Brendan creates a unique sound for a different kind of listening experience. Ghostface is the first single off his upcoming EP ‘Culture Power’, which is expected to drop this Fall.

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