Institute member, Alex Ho, Finance Manager at Teranga Gold Corporation, shares recommended spots for your next business trip to the provincial capital of Ontario, Canada
Have lunch at...
Little India is a family-owned restaurant on 255 Queen Street West in Toronto. A lunch buffet is available everyday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., which includes meat, seafood and vegetable options, with options of mild, medium and hot spices and desserts. “It is one of my favourite restaurants. Its butter chicken is one of the best I’ve had, and their service is great – they recognized me even though I hadn’t visited in a year!” says Ho. More details can be found at www.littleindia.ca.
Martin Goodman Trail
“If I ever need to clear my mind, I take a walk or bike along Toronto’s waterfront on the Martin Goodman Trail. The trail sits on the edge of Lake Ontario and extends all the way from the busy downtown to the scenic views of the Scarborough Bluffs,” says Ho. The 56-kilometre path is named in memory of the former president and editor-in-chief of the Toronto Star who passed away in 1981. The Humber Bay Arch Bridge, pictured below, is part of the trail.