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Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013

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In studio:

  • Kardinal Offishall: 15th-annual ‘Free the City Party’
    Kardinal Offishall, rapper/producer
    The 15th Annual Christmas Party “Free The City” takes place Thursday, Dec. 19 at Muzik Nighclub in downtown Toronto.
    www.freethechildren.com/freethecity
  • Planning calories with Rose Reisman
    Rose Reisman, nutritional guru
    www.rosereisman.com | Twitter: @rosereisman

    Click to buy the book at Amazon.ca.

    Click to buy the book at Amazon.ca.

  • Ontario SPCA iAdopt for the holidays
    Kallie Milleman
    The Ontario SPCA wants you to take home a furry friend for the holidays.  The Ontario SPCA is holding first annual “iAdopt for the Holidays” adoption campaign in hopes of sending you home with a furry friend this season.
    www.iadopt.ca
  • Cocktail recipes that are good for you too!
    Frankie Solarik, mixologist
  • Design tips to keep the holidays from becoming a burden
    Jo Alcorn, design specialist
    www.whitewashco.ca
  • Unique recipes using Purdy’s Chocolate
    Gary Mitchell, Purdy’s Chocolatier
    www.purdys.com | Twitter: @PurdysChocolate

Be part of the BT Spirit of the Season Christmas party:

The Sheraton Centre Toronto hotel is offering Breakfast Television viewers a great rate for a stay, while helping raise funds for Daily Bread Food Bank, too.  The Sheraton Centre’s ‘Elevator’ rate of $139 per night includes a $10 donation to Daily Bread.

Stay on the evening of Thursday, Dec. 19 before BT’s Spirit of the Season show, broadcasting live from the hotel’s lobby.

To book, visit www.sheraton.com/tospecials, or you can call 1 (866) 716-8101 and ask for the ‘Elevator’ Breakfast Television special  rate at the Sheraton Centre Toronto.

And this special rate with donation to Daily Bread is valid for many other dates in December, so BT viewers can enjoy being in the heart of the city during the festive season.

Leave the coats and boots in your guest room as the Sheraton is directly connected via the PATH to the Toronto Eaton Centre and all of the stores and services in the underground PATH network.