Discover LUZIA, where a waking dream transports you to an imaginary Mexico. Experience a wondrous world that inspires you to explore your senses, enveloped in light and nurtured by rain.
It its annual migratory journey from Canada to Mexico, the monarch embodies the deep connection between two sister countries. Spreading its butterfly wings, the Running Woman personifies the legendary speed of the fleet-footed Tarahumara people.
Mexico shines with its monumental avant-garde architectural wonders. In a nod to highly modern structures, the 300 mirrors on each of the swimmers’ costumes sparkle in the limelight.
These characters with hummingbird head and wings are straight out of Aztec mythology. They are part of LUZIA’s surreal menagerie where it is perfectly normal to encounter a woman wrapped in an iguana shawl, a man gobbled up by a fish, or a guitarist with a crocodile head.
A demigod of rain emerges from the pristine waters of a cenote, a naturally occurring sinkhole the Mayan believed was a gateway to the afterlife. He gains the trust of a magnificent jaguar, an iconic figure in Mayan and pre-Hispanic mythology.
From breakfast, lunch, dinner, to late night eats, restauranteur and MasterChef Canada judge Michael Bonacini goes on a gastronomic journey to discover and experience the best places to eat in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and St. John’s.
Get to know what makes Barrie so special by visiting popular local hangouts, and dabble a bit into their history on Barrie Life.
How has Toronto continued to evolve to be able to accommodate the influx of people entering the city, while still being sustainable?