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Kitchener is a Canadian city situated south-west of Ontario. Formerly known as Berlin from 1914-1916, the name Kitchener was chosen as an homage to Herbert Kitchener, a Secretary of State during the First World War. The population of Kitchener is 204, 668 comprised of people of German, English, French, Polish, Dutch, Portuguese and Italian descent.
German culture is honoured during Kitchener-Waterloo’s Oktoberfest, one of the biggest festivals to take place in the city. This encompasses the city’s dynamic and lively community, economy and culture. It is the biggest Bavarian festival in the world apart from Germany. The Kitchener Blues Festival is equally renowned, bringing in over 65,000 visitors every year.
The New Kitchener Market is a must-see. Offering a wide range of fresh products (fruits, vegetables, cheese...) it is a multicultural center and a highly reputed destination for tourists. Downtown’s Victoria Park offers a relaxing break away from the bustle of the city. Kitchener celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2004.

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Whether you’re looking to decompress, bring some more calm into your day or enhance your creative juices, meditation classes in a group sitting may offer the perfect recipe. From a mindfulness centre, a group meditation circle, hybrid classes to the traditional, these are some of the best spots in Toronto to go within.
Mother’s Day weekend calls for experiences that are above average. Veer off the well-travelled restaurant path and check out these local spots to give your mom that extra bit of ambience and pampering. Whether it’s a five-star high tea, buttermilk biscuits, an iconic diner, or plenty of pie and high-grade fare, here’s our top picks for brunch and sweet treats fit for a queen.
Downton Abbey may have made having high tea all the rage, but you don’t have to dress like Countess Violet to tuck in for some creamy Earl Grey. There are plenty of cafés, shops, and restaurants across Toronto that are offering casual high tea experiences that are just as scrumptious as their fancier counterparts. Here are some places you can sip without having to put your pinkie up!

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