Next Generation Car Travel Planning System

Beta version

Hi everyone! Our new project innoWayTour can help you plan an adventurous car trip, using real-time events & local attractions in the quickest and most effective way. For now, you can create a unique route in Ontario only.

This is the beta version of the website. After testing, we plan to launch full-options, a mobile-friendly website and an app.

Please, help us improve innoWayTour.

  1. Go to the site innoWayTour.com
  2. Plan your trip
  3. Then answer a few questions.

It takes not more than 5-10 minutes. Thanks for your help.

innoWayTour Recommends | WHERE TO GO TOMORROW

innoWayTour Recommends | WHERE TO GO TOMORROW Location: Harbourfront Centre | 235 Queens Quay W., Toronto ON Day/Time: Thursday, October 18 | 12 am The Toronto International Festival of Authors is an eleven-day celebration of words and ideas, for curious readers of every kind. Mark your calendar for the 39th edition, taking place October 18-28, 2018 at Harbourfront Centre. Author Talks & Mystery Library Hear from an outstanding lineup of authors and grab a free book from the Festival’s mystery library in the West Wing…Continue Reading “OCT 18: Toronto International Festival of Authors 2018”

The Small Town in Me

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There is a small town in each and everyone of us. Even if we have never lived in a small town, or traveled through one, we have been touched by the memories, experience and humour of a friend or a relative who has grown up in such a community. Many of our own ancestors came to our country from small towns across the globe. <...>

David Suzuki, Scientist, TV Host:

"I believe elders play a very important role of reminding people what the world was like when they were young"

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Read essay of David Suzuki for The Small Town in Me project specially after relaunching of 1000 Towns website

Humans of Small Towns

Every town is proud of notable citizens. We are proud to share their stories.

Events In and Around

The place where town's people and tourists would meet and help each other

Under construction

Float Your Fanny Down the Ganny River Race
Santa Claus Parade
Candlelight Christmas Walk & Lighting Ceremony
Port Hope Farmers’ Market

Float Your Fanny Down the Ganny River Race

10 am - 3pm To commemorate a devastating flood that inundated Port Hope’s downtown in 1980, the annual Float Your Fanny Down the Ganny river race is an exciting ten-kilometer race on the Ganaraska River, drawing crowds of up to 15,000 spectators. Participants range from serious paddlers navigating the cold, fast moving water in kayaks and canoes, to the very entertaining “crazy craft” paddlers, floating any combination of materials down...
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Santa Claus Parade

A spectacular cavalcade of festive sights and sounds featuring a host of exceptional bands along with floats from many local businesses, clubs and community groups. Watch out for the postal workers along the parade route collecting those all-important letters to Santa. Port Hope’s annual Santa Claus parade features an exceptional procession of bands, floats and displays from many local businesses and community groups. Join Santa and kids of all ages...
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Candlelight Christmas Walk & Lighting Ceremony

Friday, 24 November 2017 | 7:00 pm The walk begins at 7pm at Our Lady of Mercy Church, 155 Walton St. and continues to Memorial Park. Participants and spectators alike will sing along to carols as the candlelight procession makes its way down Walton Street. Bring your own lantern or receive a battery operated candle in exchange for a non-perishable food item for the Fare Share Food Bank. Contact 905-885-2004
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Port Hope Farmers’ Market

Open: every Saturday from 8am - 1pm behind Town Hall (56 Queen St.) every Wednesday afternoons from noon - 5pm at the Home Hardware parking lot (177 Toronto Road). Watch for special event days. Contacts 905-396-9832
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The Town's Webpage for Each Small Town

1000 Towns Newsletter

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- October 17, 2018

innoWayTour Recommends | WHERE TO GO TOMORROW OCT 18: Toronto International Festival of Authors 2018 Location: Har… https://t.co/purKpypjgc
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- October 16, 2018

innoWayTour Recommends | WHERE TO GO TOMORROW TIFF Special Effects Make-Up Workshop Location: Main Street Library |… https://t.co/LcvKbDHLJT
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- October 15, 2018

innoWayTour Recommends | WHERE TO GO TOMORROW An Evening with RICKY SKAGGS & Kentucky Thunder Location: The Burling… https://t.co/uZlFFjnwbp
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- October 14, 2018

EVENT OF THE WEEK Oakville Historical Society Ghost Walks Location: 110 King Street, Oakville, ON Day/Time: Monday,… https://t.co/ra0ns95TGe
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- October 13, 2018

EVENT OF THE WEEK Ice Cream Lab Grand Re-Opening Location: 212 Main Street East, Milton, ON Day/Time: October 14,… https://t.co/Hww5nJtyXx
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