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City-living is expensive, and having a little extra cash in your pocket can make a huge difference. These Toronto part-time jobs are flexible enough to do in your spare time.
From grocery shopping to reviewing candy bars, there are some unique ways to earn some extra dough. Some positions even let you choose your own hours.
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Salary: $30 per hour
Company: Candy Funhouse
Why You Should Apply: This job sounds too good to be true. You can actually get paid to taste and review candy from home. There are part-time and full-time positions available.
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Salary: Up to $30 per hour
Company: Inabuggy
Why You Should Apply: You can make some extra dough just by grocery shopping. This position allows you to choose flexible hours, and all you have to do is shop for groceries and deliver them to homes.
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Salary: $14.25 per hour
Company: Toronto Film Extras
Why You Should Apply: You can make some extra cash by becoming a background performer. Toronto Film Extras will set you up with roles around the city. You’ll need to become a member by submitting some photos and paying an annual membership fee.
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Salary: Up to $3250 per month for part-time
Company: TopStack Resume
Why You Should Apply: If you have some experience in resume writing or areas such as human resources, this position might be for you. The job offers very flexible hours so you can choose what times work best with your schedule.
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Salary: $19 per hour
Company: Scrubbi
Why You Should Apply: Set your own schedule by becoming a housecleaner at Scrubbi. You can choose from part-time or full-time hours and must possess a valid driver’s licence for the job.
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Salary: $15 – $18 per hour
Company: Afarin & Co. Realty Inc. Brokerage
Why You Should Apply: Do you have some experience in social media? This position requires just four hours of work per week, so it’s easy to fit into your schedule. Candidates must have a degree in marketing or a related field.
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Salary: $20 per hour
Company: Waggr
Why You Should Apply: Spend your day with dogs and get paid for it, too! This position requires around 20 hours a week, and candidates must have owned a dog for at least two years.
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With Ontario’s recent COVID-19 restrictions, we are all aware that concerts in Toronto are a no-go — for now, at least. But with boosters rolling out in Ontario, there is a glimmer of light at the end of this pandemic-shaped tunnel.
One of the things that has kept my spirits up during all of this is making fun plans for the future. We all need something exciting to look forward to, right?
Well, one of those plans includes seeing the Listeso String Quartet play a Taylor Swift tribute concert by candlelight. With 14 of her greatest hits reimagined by the swells of string instruments, you’ll get to enjoy an hour of uninterrupted T-Swift. I mean, how dreamy and wonderful does that sound?!
If restrictions are lifted and all goes as planned, it’ll take place at Toronto’s Metropolitan Community Church, where, might I add, some of the world’s first same-sex marriages occurred (pretty cool, huh?).
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I was lucky enough to see two candlelight concerts at the same venue prior to lockdown 4.0 and can vouch for the ambiance, musical professionalism and literal tears of joy both performances brought me (they were the first concerts I’d been to since 2019, so, the feels were real).
The concert is scheduled to have shows on three dates: February 2 and 4 and March 19, with performances scheduled for 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. each evening. Tickets range from $30 to $60, depending on the seats you choose.
Of course, it’s uncertain whether or not we’ll actually be able to attend the Taylor Swift tribute concert in February or March, but just in case we are, tickets are available now on Fever Up.
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You can enjoy the dreamy string-quartet renditions of your favourite Taylor Swift songs by candlelight this winter. The 60-minute show will consist of hits like “You Belong With Me”, “All Too Well”, “Cardigan” and “Wildest Dream”. The show will take place February 2 and 4 and March 19 at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. EST, as long as public health restrictions in Toronto are lifted by then.
Just because gyms are closed doesn’t mean you have to put your workout plans on hold.
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With Ontario gyms shut down due to COVID-19 concerns, it looks like your next sweat sesh will have to be at home. Luckily, a few independent fitness studios are offering free or discounted virtual classes this month.
If you’re interested in implementing healthy habits, learning a new exercise or committing to a month-long training program, there’s no better time to start than right now! Living in such a huge city like Toronto means you have a lot of options out there.
Here are four places in Toronto that are offering free online workout classes or discounts on fitness programs.
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Nuevo Fitness is a Latinx-owned fitness company that launched during the pandemic. The owner, Liliana Dominguez, tells Narcity she strongly believes fitness encourages positive mental and physical health which is why she wants to provide that feeling to people regardless of their financial capacity or accessibility to a gym.
In addition to free virtual consultations, Nuevo Fitness is offering Narcity readers a 15% discount on training programs with the code NARCITY15. Programs are super affordable as is, starting at just $25.
The fitness company A Sculpt Body, founded by Alessia Scauzillo, has always been online-only. Right now it’s running a three-week program for those looking to create a solid morning routine that they can actually stick with.
The program includes access to free live classes, weekly workout schedules, supplement recommendations and discounts and weekly check-in calls. The last part is great because, as we all know, exercising can often be a challenge and a good pep from a pro talk can go a long way.
It’s totally free if you sign up for a seven-day trial. After that, it’s $15.99 a month but you get 50% off the first month with the code BACKTOBASICS.
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If you’ve already been to 6ix Cycle or 6ix Flow and enjoyed the experience, you can continue to sweat it up at home with a free seven-day trial of 6ix On Demand. When you sign up, you’ll get an all-access pass to all the spin, HIIT, lift and flow classes the brand is known for.
After the free trial, it’s only $19.99 a month which is pretty affordable. Classes offer a variety of instructors, lengths, music and are open to all levels.
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Another physical fitness studio that keeps rolling with the punches is Sweat and Tonic. Despite all the closures, the studio is offering over 50 virtual classes per week (live streamed in 4K!) so you can spin, box, train or practise yoga from the comfort of your own home.
If you’re new to the studio, you can try your first live class for free. This offer is for first-time users only and expires on Wednesday, January 12. Once you sign up and activate the offer, you have seven days to attend the class.
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Some even offer free shipping! 🙌
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With Ontario’s most recent COVID-19 measures officially in place, it might seem a little less appealing to pop in and out of your shops in Toronto.
While retail stores are still permitted to be open at a 50% capacity, the option to shop locally online is also available. Some small Toronto businesses even offer same or next-day delivery and in some cases, free shipping, too.
If you’re itching to shop local but would prefer to keep your distance, check out these super cool local Toronto shops that are currently offering delivery.
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This Toronto shop is located in Little Portugal and offers a variety lifestyle products that celebrate Portuguese design. If you’re a fan of rustic housewares, you’ll definitely want to check out their Casa Cubista collection. They carry some really cute cocktail glasses and accessories, too. Delivery is free if you spend $100 or more.
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You can find stunning artisanal treasures at this local Toronto business in East York. Featuring authentic Moroccan decor and homeware, you can find beautiful rugs, lanterns, glassware and more. Delivery is free if you’re shipping within Toronto.
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Just a few blocks east of Lansdowne subway station, you can find everything you’ll need for any kind of tabletop gaming. The Sword & Board specializes in board games, RPG’s, CCG’s and miniature wargames of all kinds. You can get same-day local delivery for $9.99.
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Calling all green thumbs! Mika is a super cute plant shop located in Little Portugal. From plant sets to ceramics, they also carry handmade items from other Toronto artists. Standard shipping is around $15, but you can also order online and do curbside pickup if you’re in the neighbourhood.
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The Dog Next Door is your one-stop pet supply shop for cats and dogs in Bloordale Village. With a focus on Canadian brands of food, treats, supplements, and accessories, there are plenty of products to choose from. Local delivery is free if you spend over $39.
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Located on the edge of Little Italy, Proprlifestyle carries a wide range of award-winning Korean skincare products that the beauty lovers in Toronto adore. From best-sellers like COSRX Master Patches to more luxurious products like these pear soothing pads, there’s a lot to browse. Free shipping is available if you spend $65 or more.
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Based in Scarborough, eco+amour is a beauty refillery shop that prioritizes eco-friendly living. Check out their best sellers to browse environmentally-conscious products you’ll appreciate. Shipping is free if you spend $100 and but you can also opt in for local delivery starting at $10.
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You can find Hanji Gifts nestled in the heart of Toronto’s Koreatown. For anyone on your list who is a fan of stationery, this shop is a must. They offer tons of cute stickers, arts and crafts supplies, illustrated cards and more. Shipping is free if you spend over $100.
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Just a few blocks away from Mika, Rose City Goods is a female-run business that has become a staple in Little Portugal. From puzzles and games to decorative doodads, you’ll be tempted to add everything you see to your cart. Local same-day delivery is available for $9.99.
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Pretty Clean Shop is just on the edge of The Junction and has a huge selection of zero-waste beauty and home products. From delicious teas to compostable products, you’ll appreciate what this Toronto shop has to offer. Delivery is $6 if you live in the GTA, but if you spend $175 or more shipping is free.
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Located in the heart of Toronto’s Greektown, Moss is a Canadian store that specializes in indoor and outdoor living. From fairy lights to daily sales, there are a ton of cute products to check out. City-wide delivery is free if you spend $100 or more.
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Just a hop, skip and a jump away from Mika and Rose City Goods, Three Fates Shop is a great place to find stylish jewelry and apparel, either new or vintage. Local delivery is free.
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Located in Toronto’s Distillery District, Blackbird Vintage Finds is always an interesting shop to browse. From men’s apothecary to vintage finds, you’ll want to check it all out. Standard delivery is $15, but you can also shop online now and pick up your items curbside later.
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If you’ve ever been to Kensington Market, chances are you’ve wandered into Blue Banana Market. With games, funky decor, bar accessories and more, this place has a ton of cute things to shop. Free next-day local delivery is available if you spend $50 or more.
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This Leslieville-based athletics shop offers apparel, shoes and other cozy finds, like this super cute fleece pullover. If you’re shopping online, free shipping is included on orders over $75.
They say he posed as a private mortgage broker.
If you’ve ever watched Catch Me If You Can, this real-life warning by the Toronto Police Service may sound familiar.
According to TPS, a Toronto man has allegedly pretended to be a private mortgage broker while using other people’s identities to swindle over $5 million in mortgages since August 2020.
Toronto Police Service Financial Crimes have released photos of the man and are asking for help identifying him. He’s described as 25 to 30 years old, with black hair and a “thin build.”
According to a news release, the man went by the name of Lucas when he visited multiple law firms with a focus on real estate in the GTA. While there, he allegedly set up a guise with fake “lenders, borrowers and companies in order to obtain private mortgages.”
Once he got the private mortgages police say “he then used fake identities of real people in order to place the fraudulent mortgages on the victims’ homes without their knowledge.”
So far, the man has managed to get over $5 million in mortgages involving several law firms across the GTA.
He’s currently wanted for conspiracy to commit an indictable offense, fraud exceeding $5,000, and uttering forged documents.
“Investigators are advising the public – especially those in the mortgage and legal professions – to scrutinize all identification and be vigilant in confirming the identities of individuals in real estate transactions.”
Police are warning those in the field to be aware of tardiness, inconsistency in times and appointments, online applications, unknown referrals from mortgage brokers, and urgent matters.


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