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November to-do list: Three things not to miss this month

On our radar: Watch a live debate with troublemaker Caitlin Moran, be inspired by the Guggenheim Collection, and get your butt in gear.

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Discuss: Are men obsolete? 

Our favourite troublemaker, Caitlin Moran, is teaming up with intellectual gal pal Camille Paglia to argue against author Hanna Rosin (The End of Men) and New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd at the Munk Debates in Toronto. Can’t score a ticket? The debate will be live-streamed. So gather your favourite ladies, take everyone’s votes and see who’s been swayed by the end. To watch, send your email address to munkdebates.com/livestream-info-sign-up

Be It Resolved Men Are Obsolete, November 15, 7 p.m. ET

 

Explore: Great artists

Picasso, Kandinsky, Matisse, oh my! Take advantage of the rare opportunity to see all the greats under one roof. With nearly 70 carefully curated works of art from New York’s Guggenheim Museum on display at the Art Gallery of Ontario, this is unmissable.

The Great Upheaval: Modern Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Collection, AGO, November 30, 2013, to March 2, 2014

 

Go: Get your butt in gear

The cooler months and prime-time television offerings have led to a few too many hours spent vegging out. Thankfully, Sports Day in Canada has a countrywide lineup of activities like walk-and-talks, try-it sports days (speed skating, Nordic skiing, karate) and fun runs that have inspired us to wake up from our seasonal coma. Click on this interactive map of Canada to find out what’s happening in your ’hood.

Sports Day presented by Participaction, CBC and True Sport, November 30