LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Cheap tickets to Toronto shows are not as hard to get as you might think if you’re under-30 or aren’t afraid to wait until a last minute deal.Here’s how to get cheap tickets to the opera, ballet, symphony and shows at some of the poshest performance venues in Toronto.NATIONAL BALLET OF CANADAAh, the ballet. So glamorous and expensive. Except, then it isn’t, especially if you’re under 30. This is because of the NBoC’s Dance Break program. If you’re between the ages of 16 and 29, you can sign up for a membership (it’s free) and get access to tickets starting as low as $35.Dance Break performances can be purchased online starting at 12 a.m. the night before the performance, which means no lining up or moving from the couch required.NBoC also offers rush tickets 50 per cent off the original price—$40 and up—starting at 11 a.m. on performance day.If it’s something like a mixed programme of contemporary works that isn’t as popular, there can be tons of these available. Get them online using the promo code RUSH.Also available the day of the performance are a limited number of standing room tickets. It sounds hilarious (standing at the ballet?) but at the same time, you do it at concerts. And here’s the best part: the tickets are only $12. Facebook Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Twitter
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APTN National NewsA well know northern reality star could be trading in his 18-wheeler for a pickaxe and shovel.Ice road trucker Alex Debogorski recently got permission to explore for diamonds at Drybones Bay, which sits 50 kilometres southeast of Yellowknife.The review board said that the project “will have no significant adverse impacts on the environment or be a cause for public concern.”But First Nations in the area are still opposed to the idea.Drybones Bay holds great spiritual significance to the Yellowknives Dene and is home to traditional hunting and burial grounds.
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