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Innis Town Hall

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2 Sussex Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1J5, Canada
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Mar 14, 2018
Defiently enjoyed using the facilities. Used the space for Canadian International Faith and Family Film Festival CIFF, and it was great! It is easy to get to and find. Walking distance right off of St. George Station. Looking forward to using the the space again this year. It was perfect to be able to have two different films going at the same time throughout this event. And the outdoors added an extra touch for the red carpet feel.

Oct 30, 2017
Hosted a conference at Innis Town Hall in October 2017. It was the most successful conference we ever ran. Innis Staff (Eyan Logan, Max, Ariel, Sarah and Erika) were incredibly helpful, professional and easy to work with. I highly recommend Innis Town Hall for any event. They are a pleasure to work with and the space is exceptional.

May 8, 2018
Clean comfortable theater for lectures.

Sep 22, 2017
Had a few classes here! Seats were really good... There was no bad seats!

Apr 12, 2017
A great place to catch free movies that are shown here on Fridays during the university school year!

INDUSTRY BLOGS

Creating Magic in a Barrel: A Step-by-Step Guide to Crafting Traditional Whiskey

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Hello, whiskey lovers and budding distillers alike! Today, we're taking a fascinating journey into the heart of the distillery to uncover the meticulous step-by-step process of creating...

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The Pivotal Role of Women in the Temperance Movement Leading Up to Prohibition in North America

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Historically, women have played an indispensable role in societal transformation. One such transformative movement was the Temperance Movement in North America leading up to Prohibition....

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The Earliest Instances of Whiskey in World History

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The history of whiskey, or whisky as it's spelled in some countries, is long and somewhat shrouded in time. While the exact origins of whiskey are unclear, we can trace its ancestry...

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Female Bootleggers of Prohibition: Stories of Defiance

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Prohibition, the legal enforcement banning alcohol sale and consumption in the United States from 1920 to 1933, was a unique period that saw a rise in illegal activities designed...

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Prohibition and the Transformation of Women's Social Status and Behavior in the 1920s

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The 1920s, often referred to as the "Roaring Twenties," were a time of significant social and cultural change in the United States, particularly for women. One major element of...

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Whisky Wonders: An Expedition Across Regions

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There's a world of difference between sipping a peaty Scotch, an earthy Irish whiskey, or a sweet and smoky American bourbon. These variations are not merely due to the distilleries'...

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Single Malt vs. Blended Whiskey: A Comprehensive Guide

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Whether you are a whiskey connoisseur or a casual enthusiast, understanding the nuanced world of whiskey can be a delightful pursuit. Two terms that often spark curiosity are...

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Famous Women and the Repeal of Prohibition: Evolving Perspectives

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While women were instrumental in initiating the Prohibition era, they also played a significant role in its repeal. The societal and cultural shifts during the 1920s and early...

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