The Toronto Chinatown is at Spadina and Dundas and extends outward from this point. Growing at a rapid pace, it has come to represent a large number of Asian cultures through its shops and restaurants. MORE...
The CN Tower, reaching to a height of 553.33 metres, holds the title of “Worlds Tallest Free Standing Structure”. This is not to be confused with the titles “Worlds Largest Building” (for things like the Empire State Building) and “Worlds Tallest Structure” MORE.
Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is an annual event held at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The CNE grew out of an annual late summer fair at a time when Toronto was the centre of a farming community. MORE...
In downtown Toronto Canada there is a place that has been saved from the ravages of time and progress. The Distillery District, near Parliament and Front Street, has been revitalized as a shopping dining destination. MORE...
One of the fastest changing and growing cities in North America, Toronto is the largest city in Canada. Experiencing enormous growth due to immigration, over 10% of the city’s population is ethnically Chinese. MORE...
Montgomery's Inn was constructed in 1830. It is one of the finest examples of Loyalist or late Georgian architecture in Ontario. The building's original owner, an Irish immigrant named Thomas Montgomery (from whom the Inn gets its name). MORE...
It opened for its first day of governance in September of 1899; it was meant to be a complete governing complex containing a Council Chamber, courtrooms and municipal offices. Today it is a courthouse for the Province of Ontario. MORE...
Often mistakenly called the "Princess Gates", the Princes' Gates were officially opened by two English princes: H.R.H. Edward, Prince of Wales, and Prince George on August 31, 1927, during that year's CNE. MORE...
Saint James Cathedral is the main churche in the city of Toronto. Like the old City Hall it is built in neo gothic style of architecture and it is located near Front Street; one Toronto's historic neighborhoods. MORE...
There is a shrinking number of historic buildings in the city of Toronto. In the Summerhill neighbourhood in Toronto, their lies a Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) store build from the remains of an old train station. MORE...

Additional Sections Of Toronto - Canada

BCE Place
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Canadian Aboriginal Festival
Canada Life Building
Captains Pier
CBC Headquarters
Central Tech
City Hall
Dept Of Household Science
Eaton Center
Eglington Theatre
Fort York
Gay Pride Parade
Gladstone Library Branch
Gooderham And Warts Building
High Park
Hockey Hall Of Fame
Honest Eds Emporium
Islington Village
Lakeshore Village
Little Italy
Manulife Headquarters
Mimico Village
Mississauga City Hall
Queens Park
Royal Ontario Museum
Royal Winter Fair
Royal York Hotel
Roy Thompson Hall
Runnymede Library Branch
Runnymede Theatre
Santa Clause Parade
Sherway Gardens
St. Marys Parish
St. Pauls Basilica
Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion
Taste Of The Danforth
The Beach
Toronto Islands
Union Station
University Avenue
University Of Toronto

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