Toronto residents have a new hang out on the web.










(PRWEB) July 25, 2003

Are you one of those hundreds of thousands of Canadians that love a good discussion on the ‘net? If so, you probably want to check out the recently opened website: http://www.talktoronto.com Topics for everyone in Toronto, and from the rest of Canada as well.

“We’re new to the scene, so we’re trying to motivate people to become active on our site. We offer free new release movie rentals each time you hit 100 posts” says Derek Malloy who opened the site.

“And that’s all out of pocket, I just want people to come to the site and have a good time”.

Although the site is geared to individuals 18 and over, the online community is free, and all are welcome.

“We started off just aiming at folks from Toronto, but we’ve added areas for everyone in Canada to speak their mind if they choose”

Derek is referring to topic rooms created with names like:

Oral in Ottawa, Windy in Winnipeg, Roaring in Regina, and Vocal in Victoria.

“We’re hoping to expand the service and purpose of the site very soon, with weather information, lottery results, news feeds and horoscopes” he adds.

So if you’re a message board lover, and discussions about news, dance clubs, nightlife, and other Toronto events get you excited, you’ll want to swing by http://www.talktoronto.com


















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