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Toronto – The City Of Neighborhoods

Tоrоntо iѕ one of thе mоѕt exciting сitiеѕ оf thе wоrld, аnd milliоnѕ of tоuriѕtѕ viѕit this amazing сitу еvеrу year. Thе city iѕ beautifully managed with mаnу mоdеrn as wеll as hiѕtоriсаl travel destinations. Tоrоntо trаvеl dеѕtinаtiоnѕ hаvе ѕоmеthing for everybody - frоm сulturаl marvels tо mоdеrn соmmеrсiаl wоndеrѕ. Thе bеѕt part iѕ thаt аll tоuriѕt attractions can bе easily ассеѕѕеd through public trаnѕроrt ѕуѕtеmѕ.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Tоrоntо

Toronto iѕ one of thе most populous аnd largest cities оf Canada. It iѕ рrоvinсiаl сарitаl оf Ontаriо and is known for its сulturаl divеrѕitу, entertainment, finаnсiаl аnd business аrеаѕ with an аrrау of ѕightѕееing. The сitу оf Toronto iѕ situated in Sоuthеrn Ontаriо along the nоrthwеѕtеrn ѕhоrе оf Lаkе Ontаriо. It is a dеnѕеlу populated раrt оf Southern Ontаriо knоwn аѕ thе Gоldеn Hоrѕеѕhое and еѕtimаtеd thаt аrоund 8. 1 milliоn реорlе аrе residing hеrе.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Tоrоntо:

  1. Thе CN Tоwеr (Cаnаdiаn Nаtiоnаl)

    The most оbviоuѕ attraction in thе сitу iѕ the CN Tower. It soars аbоvе thе сitу tо a hеight оf 1,815 fееt (553 mеtеrѕ) and wаѕ recently nоminаtеd аѕ оnе оf thе ѕеvеn wоndеr of thе modern world. It is сurrеntlу the wоrld'ѕ tаllеѕt free ѕtаnding ѕtruсturе. Thе сitу'ѕ most rесоgnizаblе lаndmаrk features a glаѕѕ-flооrеd observation deck, a revolving rеѕtаurаnt, аnd a Simulаtоr thеаtеr. On a сlеаr dау Nеw Yоrk Stаtе асrоѕѕ Lаkе Ontаriо and thе ѕрrау from Niаgаrа Falls - 140 kilometers distant - саn bе ѕееn. Thе tower attracts nеаrlу 1,000,000 viѕitоrѕ a уеаr.

  2. Thе Eаtоn Center

    Iѕ a galleria mаll fеаturing 320 ѕhорѕ аnd restaurants, 17 cinemas аnd a 400 room Mаrriоtt Hоtеl lосаtеd in the hеаrt оf downtown Tоrоntо. Thе mall bоаѕtѕ ѕаlеѕ оf $746 реr square foot оf rеtаil space - the highest in North Amеriса - and wаѕ оnе оf the firѕt mаjоr "dоwntоwn" shopping mаllѕ оn thе соntinеnt. The Eаtоn Cеntеr iѕ thе numbеr оnе tоuriѕt аttrасtiоn in Tоrоntо with more thаn 1,000,000 viѕitоrѕ a wееk.

  3. Thе Bloor/Yorkville Arеа

    Aѕ thе mоѕt еxсluѕivе district in Toronto, thiѕ is the рlасе tо go fоr "stargazing". The luxurу hоtеlѕ in thе аrеа house visiting movie stars whо are in town mаking fеаturе filmѕ. Tоrоntо iѕ соnѕidеrеd Hоllуwооd Nоrth; the hit muѕiсаl "Chicago" wаѕ filmеd еntirеlу in Toronto. Intеrnаtiоnаl retailers оn Blооr Strееt аnd Yorkville Avenue оffеr high-fаѕhiоn dеѕignѕ, есlесtiс bоutiԛuеѕ, аrt gаllеriеѕ, finе сrуѕtаl and сhinа ѕhорѕ, as wеll as wоrld-сlаѕѕ dining.

  4. Ethniс аnd Unqiuе Shоррing Arеаѕ

    Aѕ thе wоrld'ѕ mоѕt еthniсаllу divеrѕе city, Tоrоntо оffеrѕ mаnу diѕtinсt diѕtriсtѕ аnd mаrkеtѕ рrоviding a uniԛuе rаngе оf shopping and dining experiences. Thеѕе vibrаnt аrеаѕ inсludе the trendy, youth-oriented Quееn Street Wеѕt аrеа; thе Eurореаn ѕtуlеd Kensington Mаrkеt; five Chinаtоwnѕ; the Gеrrаrd Strееt Indiа Bаzааr; Grееk Tоwn; Little India; Littlе Kоrеа; and Littlе Pоrtugаl - tо nаmе but a few.

  5. Hаrbоurfrоnt

    Tоrоntо'ѕ Hаrbоurfrоnt iѕ one of North America's lаrgеѕt rесrеаtiоnаl wаtеrfrоntѕ. It iѕ thе scenic bасkdrор fоr mаnу оf the сitу'ѕ аttrасtiоnѕ including Ontаriо Place; thе CN Tоwеr; The Rоgеr'ѕ Cеntеr; аnd thе Air Canada Cеntеr. It iѕ аlѕо thе setting fоr mаnу оf Toronto's major events ѕuсh as thе Caribana Fеѕtivаl; Scotiabank's Nuit Blanche; thе Toronto International Film Fеѕtivаl; the Cаnаdiаn National Exhibition and Winter Citу.

  6. The Toronto Zoo

    Situаtеd on 710 асrеѕ оf land, thе zоо iѕ the third largest in the world. It hаѕ mоrе than 10 kilоmеtеrѕ on trаilѕ thrоugh displays of more thаn 5000 аnimаlѕ separated bу gеоgrарhiс regions. The wаlking trails are opened fоr сrоѕѕ-соuntrу ѕkiing in the wintеr. Thе newly opened Sаvаnnа Exhibit features a 32 асrе Eаѕt Afriсаn hiking experience.

  7. Thе St. Lаwrеnсе Market

    Located in thе hеаrt оf thе Old Tоrоntо nеighbоurhооd at Jаrviѕ and Frоnt Strееtѕ, the mаrkеt is rated bу Fооd аnd Winе Mаgаzinе аѕ one оf thе 25 bеѕt food mаrkеtѕ in thе world. Thе ѕоuth market building houses mоrе thаn 50 gourmet fооd vеndоrѕ and mоrе than a dozen lunch соuntеrѕ. Thе upstairs gallery has аrсhivаl art аnd рhоtоgrарhѕ from the сitу'ѕ соllесtiоn. Thе nоrth market iѕ hоmе tо thе 200 уеаr оld Sаturdау Fаrmеr'ѕ Market аnd thе Sunday Antiԛuе Market.

Accommodation in Toronto

If уоu аrе in Toronto уоu are nоt short оf hotels, уоu will find a rаngе оf hotels thаt varies from budgеt tо luxurу ассоmmоdаtiоn. Thеѕе hotels are known fоr thеir comfortable and соnvеniеnt ѕtау аnd hоѕрitаlitу.


Mostly, Tоrоntо climate iѕ mаdе distinctive bу its uѕuаllу chilly аnd iсу соld wintеrѕ. Hоwеvеr, the еxtrеmе temperatures еxреriеnсеd in оthеr parts of Cаnаdа аrе fairly fеw аnd far bеtwееn. Mаjоritу of Canada hаѕ to еxреriеnсе ѕеvеrе wintеrѕ but thiѕ iѕ not thе саѕе fоr Tоrоntо. Dеѕрitе thiѕ, don't аѕѕumе that wintеrѕ will be аnуwhеrе near wаrm; thеу аrе moderately соld fоr the mоѕt раrt.


Casa Loma

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, CA
Casa Loma is a neo-gothic style mansion and garden in Midtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which is now a historic museum and landmark. It was built from 1911 to 1914 as a residence for financier Sir Henry Pellatt. The architect was EJ Lennox, who designed several other landmarks of the city. Casa Loma is located at an altitude of 140 meters above sea level. Casa Loma is a popular movie and television location due to its unique architecture in Toronto. It is also a popular wedding venue. Casa Loma can be rented in the evening after the museum is closed to the public.
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Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queen's Park, M5S 2C6, Toronto
The Royal Ontario Museum is a museum of art, world culture and natural history in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the largest museums in North America and the largest in Canada. It attracts more than a million visitors every year, making it the most visited museum in Canada. The museum is located north of Queen's Park, in the University of Toronto district, with its main entrance on Bloor Street West. The subway station of the Toronto Transit Commission Museum is named after the ROM and since 2008 has been designed to resemble the collection of the institution. Founded on April 16, 1912 and opened on March 19, 1914, the museum has maintained close relationships with the University of Toronto throughout its history, often sharing expertise and resources. The museum was under the direct control and direction of the University of Toronto until 1968, when it became an independent Crown agency for the Ontario government.
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Harbourfront Centre

235 Queens Quay West, M5J 2G8, Toronto, ON, Canada
Harbourfront Center is an important cultural organization on the coast of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located at 235 Queens Quay West. Founded in 1972 by the federal government as a crown enterprise to create a water park, in 1991 it became a non-profit organization. Funding is provided by corporate sponsors, government grants, individual donors and entrepreneurial activities. The Harbourfront Center can accommodate 2,000 people. The Harbourfront Center works with over 450 community organizations and hosts over 4,000 events annually in a variety of disciplines including theater, dance, literature, music, film, fine arts and crafts.
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Toronto Music Garden

475 Queen's Quay West, Toronto, CA
This unique park is a reflection of Bach's Suite No. 1 in G major for unaccompanied cello.
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Fort York

250 Fort York Boulevard, Toronto, CA
Fort York is a historic site of military fortifications and associated buildings on the west side of downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The fort was built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries by the British Army and Canadian militia forces to protect the settlement and new capital of the Upper Canada region from impending military attack, especially from the newly independent United States. In 1923 it was declared a National Historic Site. The city of Toronto determined the location along with the nearby Fort York Armory in 1985 as the Heritage Conservation District.
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Distillery District

The Distillery District is a business and residential district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located east of the city center and has many cafes, restaurants and shops housed in Grade II listed buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery. The 13-hectare district includes more than forty historic buildings and ten streets. It is the largest collection of Victorian industrial architecture in North America. The district was named National Historic Site of Canada in 1988.
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Art Gallery of Ontario

317 Dundas Street West, M5T 1G4, Toronto, CA
The Art Gallery of Ontario is an art museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The collection includes more than 90,000 works from the first century until today. The gallery has an area of ​​45,000 square meters, making it one of the largest galleries in North America. Major collections include the largest collection of Canadian art, an extensive collection of Renaissance and Baroque works, European art, African and Oceanic art, and a modern and contemporary collection.
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Toronto Zoo

2000 Meadowvale Road, M1B 5K7, Toronto, ON, Canada
The Toronto Zoo is a zoo in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded by Hugh A. Crothers, an industrialist who became the first chair of the Metro Toronto Zoological Society in 1966, the zoo was opened on 15 August 1974 as the Metropolitan Toronto Zoo and is owned by the City of Toronto. The word "metropolitan" was deleted from the name when the city council of Toronto was merged in 1998 into today's city. The zoo is located near the Rouge River, along the western boundary of Rouge Park in the eastern district of Scarborough. The Toronto Zoo is Canada's largest zoo with 287 hectares. It is divided into seven zoogeographical regions: Indo-Malaya, Africa, America, Tundra-Trek, Australasia, Eurasia and the Canadian Domain. Some animals are exhibited indoors in tropical pavilions and outdoors in a natural environment that can be viewed from many levels.
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Hockey Hall of Fame

30 Yonge Street, M5E 1X8, Toronto, CA
The Hockey Hall of Fame is an ice hockey museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is dedicated to the history of ice hockey and is a museum and a hall of fame. It features exhibits on players, teams, National Hockey League records, memorabilia and NHL trophies, including the Stanley Cup. The Hockey Hall of Fame was founded in Kingston, Ontario, and was founded in 1943 under the leadership of James T. Sutherland. The first class of honorary members was introduced in 1945, before the Hall of Fame had a fixed location. She moved to Toronto in 1958 after the NHL withdrew her support for the International Hockey Hall of Fame in Kingston, Ontario. The first permanent building was opened in 1961 at Exhibition Place. The hall was moved in 1993 and is now located in downtown Toronto in Brookfield Place and in a historic building of the Bank of Montreal.
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Rogers Centre

1 Blue Jays Way, M5V 1J1, Toronto, CA
The Rogers Center, originally called SkyDome, is a multi-purpose stadium in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, southwest of the CN Tower near the north shore of Lake Ontario. It opened in 1989 on the former Railway Lands and hosts the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball. Previously, the stadium was home to the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League and the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association. The National Football League's Buffalo Bills played an annual game in the stadium from 2008 to 2013 as part of the Bills Toronto Series. Although it is mainly a sports venue, it also hosts other major events such as congresses, fairs, concerts, carnivals, and monster truck shows. The stadium was renamed in 2005 after the purchase of the stadium of Rogers Communications, which included the Toronto Blue Jays, in "Rogers Center".
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High Park

This huge park has everything - recreational and cultural facilities, gardens, playgrounds and a zoo. Here you will also find a number of sculptures.
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Scotiabank Arena

40 Bay Street, Toronto, CA
A multipurpose sports arena, which is the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Club, Toronto Raptors Basketball Club and Toronto Rock Lacrosse Team.
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Maple Leaf Gardens

60 Carlton Street, M5B 1L1, Toronto, ON, Canada
Maple Leaf Gardens is a historic building located at the northwest corner of Carlton Street and Church Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The building was initially constructed as an arena to host ice hockey games, but has since been reconstructed for other uses. Today, Maple Leaf Gardens is a multi-purpose facility, with Loblaws occupying retail space on the lower floors and an arena for Toronto's Ryerson University, known as Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens, occupying the top level.Considered one of the "cathedrals" of ice hockey, it was home to the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League from 1931 to 1999.
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The Don Valley

The Don River is a watercourse in southern Ontario, that empties into Lake Ontario, at Toronto Harbour. Its mouth was just east of the street grid of the town of York, Upper Canada, the municipality that evolved into Toronto, Ontario. Of the various watercourses that drained Toronto, the Don, the Humber River, and the Rouge River have headwaters in the Oak Ridges Moraine. The Don is formed from two rivers, the East and West Branches, that meet about 7 kilometres north of Lake Ontario while flowing southward into the lake. The area below the confluence is known as the lower Don, and the areas above as the upper Don. The Don is also joined at the confluence by a third major branch, Taylor-Massey Creek. The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority is responsible for managing the river and its surrounding watershed.
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Ricoh Coliseum

Coca-Cola Coliseum is an arena at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, used for agricultural displays, ice hockey and trade shows. It was built for the Canadian National Exhibition and the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in 1921. It was formerly known as the Ricoh Coliseum, and since 1997 it has been part of the "National Trade Centre" exhibition complex. It serves as the home arena of the Toronto Marlies ice hockey team, the American Hockey League farm team of the Toronto Maple Leafs. For the 2015 Pan American Games the venue hosted the gymnastics competitions and was known as the Toronto Coliseum.
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BMO Field

BMO Field is an outdoor stadium located at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada which is home to Toronto FC of Major League Soccer, the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, and Toronto FC II of the United Soccer League. Constructed on the site of the former Exhibition Stadium and first opened in 2007, it is owned by the City of Toronto, and managed by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment. The stadium's naming rights are held by the Bank of Montreal, which is commonly branded as "BMO" (). BMO Field was originally constructed as a soccer-specific stadium to serve as the home field of the expansion Toronto FC, and hosted matches during the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup and 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup. In 2010, it hosted the MLS Cup final, and the 2016 final and 2017 final featuring Toronto FC. The venue has also hosted rugby union, including matches of Canada's national team, and rugby sevens during the 2015 Pan-American Games.
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Allan Lamport Stadium

1151 King Street West, Toronto
Allan A. Lamport Stadium, also known as the Den, is a multi-purpose stadium on King Street West in the Liberty Village neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, currently serving as the home field of the Toronto Wolfpack, Toronto FC II and the Canada national rugby league team. The 9,600 seating capacity stadium was previously used for soccer, with the playing surface dually marked for both soccer and field hockey. The stadium was named for long-time Toronto politician Allan Lamport, who was associated with sporting activities in the city.
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Sunnybrook Park

Sunnybrook Park is a large public park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located north of Leaside and south of the Bridle Path areas of the city. The park is home to many bike trails, dog parks, and Sunnybrook Stables.
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Eaton Centre

220 Yonge Street, M5B 2H1, Toronto, CA
Probably the most popular shopping center in the city. In addition to the usual there are also designer shops and a great food court.
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St. Lawrence Market South

95, M5E 1C3, Toronto, CA
St. Lawrence Market is a major public market in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on Front St. East and Jarvis Street in the historic center of Toronto. Until 2015, there were two buildings with different purposes in the building. The St. Lawrence Market North on the north side of Front Street housed weekly farmers markets and antique markets until it was demolished. On the Nordbaustelle a public market was held since 1803. In several buildings was the market, the last one was built in 1968. From 2015, the north building was closed to allow a new development. While the North site is being redeveloped, its market functions are housed in a temporary building south of the south building. St. Lawrence Market South, on the south side of Front Street, is open Tuesday through Saturday and features food stalls, restaurants and the St. Lawrence Market Gallery.
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Chinatown is an ethnic enclave in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with a high concentration of ethnic Chinese and businesses stretching along Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue west of the city center. Another area, known as East Chinatown, stretches along the two streets from the intersection of Broadview Avenue and Gerrard Street. Originally from the former district of The Ward in the early 20th century, he wandered west to Spadina. Chinatown is a major Sino-Canadian municipality in Greater Toronto.
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360° Restaurant

301 Front Street West, M5V 2T6, Toronto, ON, Canada
A famous restaurant located in the CN Tower. It is 351 metres above the Toronto and offers wonderful view of the whole city.
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Bier Markt

58 The Esplanade, Toronto
It is the right place for all gourmets and beer lovers. Over 100 beers from 24 countries are offered here.
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Amsterdam Brew House

245 Queen's Quay West, Toronto
A brewpuv with free brewery tours and a restaurant.
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Sneaky Dee's

431 College Street, M5T 1T1, Toronto, CA
Sneaky Dee's is a bar and Tex-mex restaurant on the south-east corner of the College and Bathurst intersection in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Its original location, opened in 1987, was on Bloor Street west of Bathurst, but it moved to its present location in 1990.'Sneaks' is a well-known local venue for alternative culture and indie rock, attracting a diverse crowd of writers, artists, serious music fans, and contemporary hipsters. Sneaky Dee's was home to the long-running Wavelength Music Arts Projects on Sunday nights, and the popular monthly Trampoline Hall Lecture Series until October 2009 when both series moved to The Garrison. Many well-known bands have played at the venue, including Kids on TV, Real Zombies Never Die, The Dirty Projectors, Feist, The Barcelona Pavilion, Owen Pallett, Pup, Comeback Kid, Cancer Bats, The Flatliners, Gob, Nails, Living With Lions, Broken Social Scene and Republic of Safety.
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Tim Hortons

175 Bloor Street East, M4W 3R8, Toronto
Tim Hortons Inc. is a Canadian-based multinational fast food restaurant known for its coffee and donuts. It is also Canada's largest quick service restaurant chain; as of December 31, 2016, it had a total of 4,613 restaurants in nine countries.The company was founded in 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario, by Canadian hockey player Tim Horton and Jim Charade, after an initial venture in hamburger restaurants. In 1967, Horton partnered with investor Ron Joyce, who assumed control over operations after Horton died in 1974. Joyce expanded the chain into a multimillion-dollar franchise. Charade left the organization in 1966 and briefly returned in 1970 and 1993 through 1996. On August 26, 2014, Burger King agreed to purchase Tim Hortons for US$11.4 billion; the chain became a subsidiary of the Oakville-based holding company Restaurant Brands International on December 15, 2014, which is majority-owned by Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital.
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Jack Astor's

144 Front Street West, Toronto, CA
Jack Astor's Bar and Grill also known as Jack Astor's is a chain of 40 restaurants located in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Canada, and New York in the United States. All locations include a restaurant and bar area. It is corporately owned by Service Inspired Restaurants, who are based out of Burlington, Ontario. The restaurant used to feature a neon sign with the restaurant name, flashing the "tor'" portion of the word "Astor's". With renovations, this joke was phased out. The first location opened in St. Catharines, Ontario in 1990.
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Going Out

Bell Lightbox

The Toronto International Film Festival is one of the largest publicly attended film festivals in the world, attracting over 480,000 people annually. Since its founding in 1976, TIFF has grown to become a year-round destination for film culture operating out of the TIFF Bell Lightbox, a dynamic centre for film culture located in Downtown Toronto. Year-round, TIFF Bell Lightbox offers screenings, lectures, discussions, festivals, workshops, industry support and the chance to meet filmmakers from Canada and around the world. TIFF Bell Lightbox is located on the north west corner of King Street and John Street in downtown Toronto.
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Roy Thomson Hall

60 Simcoe Street, Toronto, CA
A concert hall with controversial design. The building is mainly made of glass and steel. Various concerts and ballet performances take place here.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

10 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is a family dinner theater featuring staged medieval-style games, sword-fighting, and jousting. Medieval Times Entertainment, the holding company, is headquartered in Irving, Texas. There are nine locations, of which eight in the United States are built as replica 11th-century castles and one is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada inside the CNE Government Building. Shows are performed by a cast of about 75 actors and 20 horses in each location.
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Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts

145 Queen Street West, Toronto, CA
The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts is a 2,071-seat theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located at the southeast corner of University Avenue and Queen Street West, across from Osgoode Hall. The land on which it is located was a gift from the Government of Ontario. It is the home of the Canadian Opera Company and the National Ballet of Canada. The building's modernist design by was created by Canadian company Diamond and Schmitt Architects, headed by Jack Diamond. It was completed in 2006. The design includes an unusual glass staircase.
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Second City

51 Mercer Street, Toronto, CA
The Second City is an improvisational comedy enterprise, best known as the first ever on-going improvisational theater troupe based in Chicago. It also has programs that run out of Toronto and Los Angeles. The Second City Theatre opened on December 16, 1959, and has since become one of the most influential and prolific comedy theatres in the world.The Second City has produced television programs in both Canada and the United States, including SCTV, Second City Presents, and Next Comedy Legend. Since its debut, the Second City has consistently been a starting point for comedians, award-winning actors, directors, and others in show business such as Bill Murray, John Candy, Dan Aykroyd, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, and Aidy Bryant among many others.
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Scotiabank Theatre Toronto

259 Richmond Street West, M5V 3M6, Toronto, CA
The Scotiabank Theatre Toronto is a major movie theatre at the RioCan Hall in the Entertainment District of downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada at Richmond and John Street owned by Cineplex Entertainment and opened in 1999.
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Royal Alexandra Theatre

260 King Street West, Toronto, CA
The Royal Alexandra Theatre, commonly known as the Royal Alex, is a theatre in Toronto, Ontario, located near King and Simcoe Streets. Built in 1907, the 1,497-seat Royal Alex is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America.
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Bovine Sex Club

542 Queen Street West, M5V 2B5, Toronto, ON, Canada
The Bovine Sex Club is a bar on Toronto's Queen Street West strip. In operation since January 1991, the Bovine Sex Club has at various times found itself at the forefront of Toronto's rock, punk, alternative, and rockabilly music scenes. A haven for independent musicians and artists since day one, the Bovine also became well known for being one of the first establishments to serve Jägermeister on tap.
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Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

1 Front Street East, Toronto
This performing arts centre presents wide range of performances of world known artists. The building is a fine example of interesting architecture.
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CN Tower

301 Front Street West, Toronto
At 553 meters, it was once the tallest building in the world and is today one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. Come here to enjoy the breathtaking views of Toronto. The tower is equipped with a glass bottom - test your courage and see if you can cross the 113 storey high ground. There is also an outdoor sky terrace and SkyPod, the tower's highest observation deck. Here you will also find award-winning revolving restaurants. The most exciting spectacle of the tower is definitely the EdgeWalk, which allows visitors in groups of six to walk the 116 floors above the ground. They are attached to the carrier rails with a trolley and belt system. Fancy your limits?
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Toronto Island Park

The Toronto Islands are a chain of small islands in Lake Ontario, south of the mainland Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Toronto Islands, the only group of islands in the western part of Lake Ontario, are located just outside the city center, providing protection for the Port of Toronto. The islands are home to parkland, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, several yacht clubs, Centerville Amusement Park and Hanlan's Beach. The island community is considered the largest urban car-free community in North America, although some service vehicles are allowed. The islands can be reached by ferry, including the City of Toronto ferries departing from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal at the foot of Bay Street or by water taxis. The island is a popular recreational destination. On the ferries are recreational riders accommodated.
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Allan Gardens

19 Horticultural Ave, M5A 2P2, Toronto, ON, Canada
Allan Gardens is one of the oldest parks in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It has a winter garden, a playground and two fenced dog shelters. It is operated by Toronto Parks, which also operate the Centennial Park Conservatory. It is open every day of the year and is free.
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Queen's Park (North)

Queen's Park is an urban park in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Opened in 1860 by Edward, Prince of Wales, it was named in honour of Queen Victoria. The park is the site of the Ontario Legislative Building, which houses the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, and the phrase "Queen's Park" is regularly used as a metonym for the Government of Ontario.The park is nearly an enclave of the University of Toronto, which occupies most of the surrounding lands. In 1859, the land was leased by the University of Toronto to the City of Toronto for a 999-year term.
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HTO Park

339 Queen's Quay West, Toronto, CA
HTO Park is an urban beach in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that opened in 2007. It is located west of Harbourfront Centre, on Lake Ontario.
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Scarborough Bluffs

The Scarborough Bluffs, also known as The Bluffs, is an escarpment in the Scarborough district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. There are nine parks along the bluffs, with Bluffers Park being the only one with a beach. Forming much of the eastern portion of Toronto's waterfront, the Scarborough Bluffs stands above the shoreline of Lake Ontario. At its highest point, the escarpment rises 90 metres above the coastline and spans a length of 15 kilometres.
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Tommy Thompson Park

The Leslie Street Spit, or officially the Outer Harbour East Headland, is a man-made headland in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, extending from the city's east end in a roughly southwesterly direction into Lake Ontario. It is about 5 kilometres long. The Spit is the result of five decades of lakefilling by the Toronto Port Authority. It was conceived as an extension of Toronto Harbour, and has evolved into a largely passive recreation area. Naturalization had not been planned but the process is now actively managed by the Toronto Region Conservation Authority. A large portion of it is classified as an Environmentally Sensitive Area and it is recognized as an Important Bird Area. Its common name is technically incorrect, since it is not truly a spit, but Torontonians almost never use the official name. The road running along the peninsula is a southern extension of Leslie Street, hence the popular nickname.
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Riverdale Farm

201 Winchester St, Toronto, ON M4X 1B8, Canada
Riverdale Farm is a 3-hectare municipally operated farm in the heart of Cabbagetown, an urban neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is maintained by Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division. Between 1888 and 1974, this was the site of the Riverdale Zoo. This zoo began with the donation of deer by Toronto Alderman Daniel Lamb. In 1974 the zoo relocated to a much larger facility in Scarborough and became the Toronto Zoo. In 1978, Riverdale Farm opened on the west bank of the Don River adjacent to Riverdale Park. The main barn was first constructed in 1858 in Markham and moved to the present site and rebuilt in 1977. The farm is open to the public all year-round. It specializes in pioneer breeds of farm animals that are hard to find on commercial farms. Animals at the farm include poultry, waterfowl, goats, sheep, pigs, cows, donkeys, and horses.
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Cloud Forest Conservatory

14 Temperance Street, M5B 2H1, Toronto, ON, Canada
Cloud Gardens or "Bay Adelaide Park" and "Cloud Gardens Conservatory" is a small park in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It extends from the south side Richmond Street to the north side of Temperance Street, between Yonge Street and Bay Street, on 0.6 acres of land.
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Avenue of the Island, Toronto, Ontario M5E 1B2, Canada
The Centreville Amusement Park or Centreville Theme Park is a children's amusement/theme park located on Centre Island, part of the Toronto Islands, offshore of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The park has been operated by the Beasley family since 1967, currently through Etobicoke-based William Beasley Enterprises Limited, on land leased from the City of Toronto and is open daily during the summer. Beasley also operates the "Far Enough Farm" adjacent to the park.
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High Park Zoo

High Park is a municipal park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It spans 161 hectares, and is a mixed recreational and natural park, with sporting facilities, cultural facilities, educational facilities, gardens, playgrounds and a zoo. One third of the park remains in a natural state, with a rare oak savannah ecology. High Park was opened to the public in 1876 and is based on a bequest of land from John George Howard to the City of Toronto. While Rouge Park is the city's largest park, High Park is the largest park entirely within the city, as Rouge Park extends into the neighbouring cities of Markham and Pickering. High Park is located to the west of Downtown Toronto, north of Humber Bay, and is maintained by the City of Toronto. It stretches south from Bloor Street West to The Queensway, just north of Lake Ontario. It is bounded on the west by Ellis Park Road and Grenadier Pond and on the east by Parkside Drive.
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Exhibition Place

Exhibition Place is a publicly owned mixed-use district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located by the shoreline of Lake Ontario, just west of downtown. The 197-acre site includes exhibit, trade, and banquet centres, theatre and music buildings, monuments, parkland, sports facilities, and a number of civic, provincial, and national historic sites. The district's facilities are used year-round for exhibitions, trade shows, public and private functions, and sporting events. From mid-August through Labour Day each year, the Canadian National Exhibition, from which the name Exhibition Place is derived, is held on the grounds. During the CNE, Exhibition Place encompasses 260 acres, expanding to include nearby parks and parking lots. The CNE uses the buildings for exhibits on agriculture, food, arts and crafts, government and trade displays.
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Yonge-Dundas Square

Yonge Dundas Square or Dundas Square is a public space on the southeast corner of Yonge Street and Dundas Street East in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Designed by Brown and Storey Architects, the course was designed in 1997 as part of the revival of the intersection. Since its completion in 2002, it has hosted numerous public events, performances and art exhibitions that have become Toronto's premier landmark and one of the city's main tourist attractions.
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Trinity Bellwoods Park

1053 Dundas Street West, Toronto, CA
Trinity Bellwoods Park is a public park located in the west end of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, bordered by Queen Street West on the south and Dundas Street on the north. The western boundary of the park is Crawford Street, several hundred feet before Crawford intersects with Dundas St. West, the park juts toward Shaw Street, westside of the Crawford Street Bridge. Most of the park's area lies in the original Garrison Creek ravine and this creek, now a buried city storm sewer, still flows beneath the park from the northwest to the southeast corners.
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Canoe Landing Park

95 Fort York Boulevard, Toronto, CA
Canoe Landing Park is an 8 acres privately funded urban park in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, adjacent to the Gardiner Expressway that received its name on November 2009. The name was chosen as part of a city-run contest and the final name was announced on the t.o.night free evening commuter paper. Formerly, it was tentatively known as CityPlace Park. The park's ribbon cutting ceremony was on September 9, 2009. The Park was designed by Landscape Architects Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg of Vancouver in collaboration with Landscape Architects, The Planning Partnership of Toronto, Public Art Consultant Karen Mills and Douglas Coupland. The park incorporates integrated artwork in the form of a landform and stand alone art pieces by Douglas Coupland: a canoe large enough for people to stand in and see over the Gardiner to Lake Ontario, a colourful display of large fishing bobbers, a sculptural beaver dam, programmed tree…
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Hanlans Point Beach (Clothing Optional)

Lakeshore Ave, M5J 1B7, Toronto, ON, Canada
Hanlan's Point Beach is a public beach situated on Hanlan's Point in the Toronto Islands near Toronto, Ontario on the shore of Lake Ontario. One kilometre-long part of the beach was officially recognized by the city in 2002 as being clothing optional.
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Christie Pits Park

750 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Christie Pits, originally Willowvale Park, is a Toronto public recreational area located at 750 Bloor Street West at Christie Street, just west of the Toronto Transit Commission Christie subway station. The park has an area of 21.9 acres, about half of which is grassed picnic areas, the rest being various sports fields. Sports facilities on the site include three baseball diamonds, basketball courts, a soccer/rugby/football field, and The Alex Duff Outdoor Pool, splash pad and adjacent outdoor ice rink which are located on the west edge of the park at 779 Crawford Street.The sides of the pits are highly sloped, as a result of which most of the area of the park sits well below street level. The slopes are used in winter for tobogganing and related activities. Garrison Creek runs under the park, converted to a storm sewer at the turn of the 20th century.
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James Gardens

99 Edenbridge Drive, Etobicoke, CA
James Gardens is a public botanical garden in Etobicoke area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada along the Humber River. It was a former private estate sold to the City of Toronto and now managed by the Toronto Parks Department.
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Centennial Park

Centennial Park is a large regional park with many sports facilities, maintained by the Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Roundhouse Park

Roundhouse Park is a 17 acre park in Downtown Toronto in the former Railway Lands. It features the John Street Roundhouse, a preserved locomotive roundhouse which is home to the Toronto Railway Museum, Steam Whistle Brewing, and the restaurant and entertainment complex The Rec Room. The park is also home to a collection of trains, the former Canadian Pacific Railway Don Station, and the Roundhouse Park Miniature Railway. The park is bounded by Bremner Boulevard, Lower Simcoe Street, Lake Shore Boulevard West/Gardiner Expressway and Rees Street.
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Ashbridge's Bay Park

The following is a list of the parks in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The appearance of Toronto's ravines was altered by floods caused by Hurricane Hazel in October 1954 and many of Toronto's parks were established in the resulting floodplain.
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Kensington Market

Kensington Market is a striking multicultural neighborhood in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The market is an older district and one of the most famous in the city. In November 2006, it was named National Historic Site of Canada. Robert Fulford wrote in 1999: "Kensington is as much a legend today as it is a district, and the outdoor advertising market was probably more frequently photographed than any other location in Toronto." in the east, Dundas St. W. in the south and Bathurst St. in the west. The most eclectic shops, cafes and other area attractions are located along Augusta Ave. and neighboring Nassau St., Baldwin St. and Kensington Ave. In addition to the market, the neighborhood is home to many Victorian homes, Kensington Community School and the Toronto Western Hospital.
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Holt Renfrew Centre

50 Bloor Street West, M4W 1A1, Toronto, ON, Canada
Holt, Renfrew & Co., Limited, commonly known as Holt Renfrew or Holt's, is a chain of Canadian high-end department stores specializing in a range of luxury brands and designer boutiques. In comparison to Barneys, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue in the United States, Holt Renfrew is controlled by the Selfridges group, which is chaired by W. Galen Weston, who also owns Selfridges in the UK, Brown Thomas in Ireland and de Bijenkorf in the Netherlands. Formerly known as "Furriers in Ordinary" by Queen Victoria, the chain was founded in 1837, originally as a fur store in Quebec City.
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The PATH - Bell Trinity Square, Toronto, ON, Canada
29 km of underground paths full of shops. The largest underground shopping complex in the world.
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Queen Street West

Queen Street West describes both the western branch of Queen Street, an important east-west thoroughfare, and a number of neighborhoods or business districts west of Yonge Street in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Queen Street begins in the west at the intersection of King Street, Queensway and Roncesvalles Avenue. It extends in a straight line east to Yonge Street, where it becomes Queen Street East. Eastbound Queen TTC tram loop on Neville Park Boulevard near Queen Street East and Victoria Park Avenue at The Beaches. Queen Street was the cartographic base for the original east-west avenues of the main streets of Toronto and York County. The western end of Queen is now known as a center for Canadian broadcasting, music, fashion, performance and visual arts. For the past 25 years, Queen West has become an international arts center and a major tourist attraction in Toronto.
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Steam Whistle Brewing

255 Bremner Boulevard, M5V 3M9, Toronto, ON, Canada
Brewery specialized on European-style lager. You can take a tour thru the brewery to find out how this beer is made.
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Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
Yorkville is a neighbourhood and former village in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is roughly bounded by Bloor Street to the south, Davenport Road to the north, Yonge Street to the east and Avenue Road to the west, and is considered part of 'The Annex' neighbourhood officially. Established as a separate village in 1830, it was annexed into Toronto in 1883. Yorkville is diverse, comprising residential areas, office space, and an array of shopping options. Within the Yorkville district is one of Canada's most exclusive shopping districts, anchored by the Mink Mile along Bloor Street. In 2006, Mink Mile was the 22nd most expensive street in the world, with rents of $208 per square foot. Yorkville had rents of $300 per square foot in 2008, making it the third most expensive retail space in North America. In 2008, the Mink Mile was named the seventh most expensive shopping street in the world by Fortune Magazine, claiming tenants can pull in $1,500 to $4,500 per square foot in sales.
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Bata Shoe Museum

327 Bloor Street West, M5S 1W7, Toronto, CA
The Bata Shoe Museum is a footwear museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located at Bloor Street and St. George Street in the Bloor Street Culture Corridor district of Downtown Toronto. The museum collects, researches, preserves, and exhibits footwear from around the world. It offers four exhibitions, three of which are time-limited; lectures; performances; and family events. The collection contains over 13,500 items from throughout history, as well as the present. It is the only museum in North America dedicated solely to the history of footwear.
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Yorkdale Shopping Centre

3401 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON M6A 2T9, Canada
Yorkdale Shopping Centre, or simply Yorkdale, is a major retail shopping mall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located several kilometres northwest of Downtown Toronto at the interchange of Highway 401 and Allen Road, adjacent to the Yorkdale subway station in the former city of North York. Yorkdale is the fourth largest shopping mall in the country and has the highest sales per unit area of any mall in Canada. It surpasses Vancouver's Pacific Centre, with current merchandise sales levels at roughly CA$1,610/square foot. At 18 million annual visitors, it is the country's busiest mall. The mall contains over 250 stores, including many luxury retailers. Many international companies have opened their first retail locations in Canada at Yorkdale, including Apple, Microsoft, Tesla Motors, White House Black Market and The Cheesecake Factory.
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Honest Ed's Bargain Store

581 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON, Canada
Honest Ed's was a landmark discount store in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was named for its proprietor, Ed Mirvish, who opened the store in 1948 and oversaw its operations for almost 60 years until his death in 2007. The store continued to operate until it permanently closed on December 31, 2016.
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Old City Hall

60 Queen Street West, Toronto, CA
Old City Hall is a Romanesque town house and courthouse in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the seat of the Toronto City Council from 1899 to 1966 and is still one of the city's most significant buildings. The building is located on the corner of Queen and Bay Streets, opposite Bay Street from Nathan Phillips Square and today's City Hall in downtown Toronto. The Grade II listed landmark has a distinctive bell tower that completes Bay Street from Front Street to Queen Street. The Old Town Hall was named National Historic Site in 1984.
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Church of the Holy Trinity

10 Trinity Square, Toronto
The Church of the Holy Trinity is an Anglican church in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Trinity Square.
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Nathan Phillips Square

Nathan Phillips Square is an urban space in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Forming the forecourt of Toronto City Hall or New City Hall, at the intersection of Queen Street West and Bay Street, it is named after Nathan Phillips, mayor of Toronto from 1955 to 1962. The square was designed by Viljo Town Hall architect Revell and landscape architect Richard Strong. It was opened in 1965. The square hosts concerts, art exhibitions, a weekly farmer's market, the Winter Festival of Lights and other public events, including demonstrations. During the winter months, the reflective pool is converted into an ice skating rink. The place attracts an estimated 1.5 million visitors annually. With an area of ​​4.85 hectares, it is Canada's largest city square.
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Canada's Walk of Fame

corner of King & Simcoe Streets, M5J 2H5, Toronto, ON, Canada
The Canadian Walk of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a walk of fame that recognizes the achievements and achievements of Canadians, who excelled in their respective areas of sidewalks in Toronto in front of the Roy Thomson Hall, the Princess of Wales Theater and Royal Alexandra Theater on King Street and Simcoe Street. The first group of members was introduced in 1998, and to date 173 Canadians have been included in the Canadian Walk of Fame. These inductees include activists; Scientist; philanthropists; Athlete; Coaches; Actors, directors, writers and producers of films, television and stage; Singers, songwriters and musicians; Playwright; authors; Comedian cartoonists and models.
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University of Toronto

M5S 3K1 Toronto
The University of Toronto is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on the grounds of Queen's Park. It was founded in 1827 as a royal charter, the first institution of higher education in the colony of Upper Canada. Originally controlled by the Church of England, the university took its current name in 1850, when it became a secular institution. As a university, it comprises eleven colleges that differ in their character and history and are financially and institutionally independent. It has two locations in Scarborough and Mississauga. The university is widely considered to be the best Canadian university, according to several important publications. Academically, the University of Toronto is known for influential movements and curricula in literary criticism and communication theory, commonly referred to as the Toronto School.
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Toronto City Hall

The Toronto City Hall or New City Hall is the seat of the city council of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and one of the city's most distinctive landmarks. Designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell and landscape architect Richard Strong and designed by Hannskarl Bandel, the building opened in 1965. It was built in place of the Old Town Hall, where since 1899 city offices were housed. The present-day town hall is located at Nathan Phillips Square is the fourth square of the city and was built to replace its predecessor, which the city had exceeded shortly after its completion. The Toronto City Hall and Citizen's Square area used to be the location of Old Chinatown in Toronto, which was expropriated and ripped to the sky in the mid-1950s in preparation for a new community center.
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Ontario Science Centre

770 Don Mills Road, North York, CA
The Ontario Science Center is a science museum located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, near the Don Valley Parkway, approximately 11 kilometers northeast of downtown on Don Mills Road, just south of Eglinton Avenue East in the former city of North York. It is built along the side of a wooded ravine formed by a branch of the Don River in Flemingdon Park.
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Cathedral Church of St. James

65 Church Street, Toronto, CA
The Cathedral Church of St. James in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is the home of the oldest congregation in the city. The parish was established in 1797. The Cathedral, with construction beginning in 1850 and opening for services on June 19, 1853, was one of the largest buildings in the city at the time. It was designed by Frederick William Cumberland and is a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture.The church is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act and is the episcopal seat of the Anglican Church of Canada's Diocese of Toronto. Royal St. George's College, on Howland Avenue, is the church's choir school and is open to boys in grades 3 through 12.
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Ontario Legislative Building

The Ontario Legislative Building is a structure in central Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It houses the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, as well as the viceregal suite of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and offices for members of the provincial parliament. The building is surrounded by Queen's Park, sitting on that part south of Wellesley Street, which is the former site of King's College, and which is leased from the university by the provincial Crown for a "peppercorn" payment of CAD$1 per annum on a 999-year term. The building and the provincial government are both often referred to by the metonym "Queen's Park".
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Union Station

140 Bay Street, M5J 2L5, Toronto
Union Station is a major rail and intermodal transport hub in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on Front Street West, on the south side of the block bounded by Bay Street and York Street in downtown Toronto. The city of Toronto owns the station building, while commuter rail operator GO Transit owns the shed hall and the track system. Union Station has been a national historic site in Canada since 1975 and a heritage railway station since 1989. Its central location in Canada's busiest intercity train station ("The Corridor") as well as the ...
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Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

2 Eireann Quay, Toronto, ON M5V 1A1, Canada
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is a small regional airport located on the Toronto Islands in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The airport is often referred to as the Toronto Island Airport and was previously known as Port George VI Island Airport and Toronto City Centre Airport; the latter is still found on legacy signs near the airport. The airport's name honours Billy Bishop, the Canadian World War I flying ace and Victoria Cross recipient and World War II Air Marshal.
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Toronto Coach Terminal

610 Bay Street, M5G 1M6, Toronto, CA
The Toronto Coach Terminal is the central bus station for inter-city services in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located at 610 Bay Street, in the city's Downtown. The terminal is owned by Toronto Coach Terminal Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toronto Transit Commission. The TTC managed the station directly until July 8, 2012, when it was leased out in its entirety to bus lines Coach Canada and Greyhound Canada for $1.2 million annually. Opened in 1931 as the Gray Coach Terminal, the Art Deco style terminal was home base for Gray Coach, an interurban bus service then owned by the TTC. It replaced an earlier open air terminal, Gray Line Terminal.
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Union station

Union is a subway station on Line 1 Yonge–University of the rapid transit system in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It opened in 1954 as one of twelve original stations on the first phase of the Yonge line, the first rapid transit line in Canada. It was the southern terminus of the line until the opening of the University line in 1963, and is today the inflection point of the U-shaped line. Along with Spadina station, it is one of two stations open overnight.Union station is located on Front Street between the Yonge Street and University Avenue sections of the line. It is named for and directly connects to the railway station and regional bus terminal of the same name, serving all GO Transit train lines and train-bus services as well as Via Rail intercity routes. It connects to the Union Pearson Express, a dedicated rail link to Toronto Pearson International Airport. It is the only subway station with a direct connection to Via services.
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King is a subway station on Line 1 Yonge–University of the Toronto subway system. The station is located at the intersection of King Street and Yonge Street in Toronto's Financial District. Wi-Fi service is available at this station.
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Finch station

Finch is the northern terminus subway station of the eastern section of Line 1 Yonge–University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located under Yonge Street north of Finch Avenue.Finch is the busiest TTC bus terminal and the sixth-busiest subway station, serving around 85,720 people per day. The station connects with other transit agencies at the adjoining Finch Bus Terminal.
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Queen is a subway station on Line 1 Yonge–University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located under Yonge Street north from Queen Street to Shuter Street. Wi-Fi service is available at this station.
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Spadina station

Spadina is a subway station on Line 1 Yonge–University and Line 2 Bloor–Danforth in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on Spadina Road, north of Bloor Street West. It is the only station open overnight, along with Union station. Wi-Fi service is available at this station.The station consists of two separate sections, one for each line, at the same level and 150 metres apart.
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Kipling station

27 Saint Albans Road, Etobicoke, CA
Kipling is the western terminus of the Line 2 Bloor–Danforth of the Toronto subway system. The station is served by buses and subway trains operated by the Toronto Transit Commission and is adjacent to the Kipling GO Station on the Milton line of GO Transit. It is located in the Islington–City Centre West neighbourhood on St. Albans Road at Aukland Road, west of the overpass of Kipling Avenue, after which the station is named. The Toronto Parking Authority operates three commuter parking lots near the station. Notably, Kipling is the departing and arriving point for the 192 Airport Rocket bus route, which provides quick and frequent service between Toronto's subway system and Toronto Pearson International Airport.
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The Fairmont Royal York Toronto

100 Front Street West, Toronto
The Fairmont Royal York, formerly and commonly known as the Royal York, is a large historic hotel in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at 100 Front Street West. Opened on June 11, 1929, the Royal York was designed by Ross and Macdonald and built by the Canadian Pacific Railway across the street from Toronto Union Station. With 28 floors, the Château-style building was the tallest building in Toronto at that time, and the tallest building in the British Empire until the construction of Canadian Bank of Commerce tower on King Street the following year. The underground walkways linking the hotel with the Royal Bank Plaza and Union Station form part of the PATH walkway system.
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Westin Harbour Castle

1 Harbour Square, Toronto
The Westin Harbour Castle Hotel is a large, modern hotel located on 1 Harbour Square, next to the waterfront of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Westin Hotels chain within the Starwood Hotels & Resorts Group, owned by Marriott International. The hotel is located along the Yonge Street slip and shares space with the semi-retired island ferry Trillium and is adjacent to the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal.
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Drake Hotel Toronto

1150 Queen Street West, M6J 1J3, Toronto
The Drake Hotel is a hospitality venue on Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario, Canada near Parkdale. In addition to a nineteen-room boutique hotel, there is a restaurant lounge, corner café with street-level patio, Sky Yard roof top patio, and the Drake Underground basement nightclub and live performance venue. The Drake is similar to other small concert venues in Toronto such as The Silver Dollar Room, Clinton's Tavern, Lee's Palace, and the Horseshoe Tavern. The Drake Underground primarily features indie acts, though past noted performers include M.I.A..
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St. Regis

325 Bay Street, Toronto, CA
The Adelaide Hotel Toronto is a mixed-use skyscraper in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was built by Markham-based Talon International Development Inc., which is owned by Canadian businessmen Val Levitan and Alex Shnaider. After it opened in 2012 as the Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto, the hotel was controversial for its affiliation with American then real estate developer Donald Trump, who later was elected President of the United States. In 2017, this affiliation led to calls from the public for the hotel to drop its Trump branding following the U.S. President’s Executive Order 13769, which restricted people from a number of predominantly Muslim countries from traveling to the United States.
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525 Bay Street, Toronto
Marriott Hotels & Resorts is Marriott International's flagship brand of full-service hotels and resorts. The company, based in Bethesda, Maryland, is repeatedly included on the Forbes Best Companies to Work for list, and was voted the fourth best company to work for in the UK by The Times in 2009.As of September 2017, there were 566 hotels and resorts operating under the brand. The loyalty program is called Marriott Rewards.
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Hotel Waverley

484 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, CA
The Hotel Waverly was a four-storey low-rise hotel in downtown Toronto. Opened in 1900, the hotel was built for J.J. Powell. It was among one of the oldest Toronto hotels in continuous operation.
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Gladstone Hotel

The Gladstone Hotel is a hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was built in 1889 and named after Gladstone Avenue, next to the hotel. The Parkdale area hotel was designed by local architect G.M. Miller in the Romanesque Revival style. The Gladstone Hotel is one of the oldest hotel buildings still operating as a hotel in Toronto. Since renovations in the early 2000s, the hotel has become an arts hub in the West Queen West neighbourhood of Toronto.
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The Old Mill

The Old Mill Toronto is a historical event venue with a hotel, Spa and restaurant in The Kingsway neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It includes facilities for weddings with an on-site chapel and wedding garden, special celebrations and business meetings and conferences. Its restaurant has served afternoon tea since it opened in 1914, but is also well known for the Sunday family brunch and dinner buffets. It is located off Bloor Street, overlooking the Humber River along 2.5 hectares, at 21 Old Mill Road. The Old Mill subway station is a short distance away. The Old Mill Tea Garden restaurant was founded by R. Home Smith in 1914, next to the ruins of an old grist mill on the Humber River. It was part of the Kingsway residential development by Smith.
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Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

123 Queen Street West
The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is a Sheraton 1450-room hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the second-tallest all-hotel building in Toronto, after the Delta Toronto Hotel.The hotel opened in 1972 as the Four Seasons Sheraton Hotel, a joint venture between Sheraton and Toronto businessman Issy Sharp's Four Seasons chain. At the time, it was the second-largest hotel in Toronto, behind only the Royal York Hotel. Sharp was unhappy with the partnership, and sold his 49 percent share in the hotel in 1976 for $18.5 million, and it was renamed The Sheraton Centre of Toronto. The name has since been modified slightly to the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. The hotel consists of three connected buildings located between Queen, York, and Richmond streets: the three-floor entrance, the eleven-floor building on Richmond Street, and the main building, which has 43 floors and faces Queen Street. The project was developed by John B.
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