One of the oldest sections of Toronto, this historic area has grown from a lower class housing area to the largest enclave of ... More
One of the oldest sections of Toronto, this historic area has grown from a lower class housing area to the largest enclave of Victorian homes in North America. With the advent of the railway business in Canada, a rail complex at the end of the Don River attracted English immigrants fleeing the Great War for the relative safety of Toronto. Much as today, the community was a strong-knit group. The only difference is that today's residents no longer grow cabbages on their front patches of dirt. Today its streets straddle a line between hip and gentrification.
Welcome to the Hilton Garden Inn Toronto City Centre hotel centrally located within walking distance to the Toronto Eaton Centre,
Dundas Square and a number of theatres including Elgin & Wintergarden and Cannon Theatres. There are also a variety ...
St James Park, with its 19th century garden and splendid fountain, is the setting for this cathedral, Toronto's first Anglican
Church. The Cathedral Church of St James you see today, which opened in 1853, is actually the third on ...