Founded in 1827 and now home to over 75,000 students, this is Canada's largest and arguably most famous university. Some ... More
University of Toronto
Founded in 1827 and now home to over 75,000 students, this is Canada's largest and arguably most famous university. Some of the more interesting sites to visit are the main room of the University of Toronto Bookstore, the chapel and the dining hall at Trinity College, the great rooms on the second floor of the University College, Hart House and its art gallery, and the Sydney Fisher Rare Book Library. The university offers daily tours during the summer, starting at Hart House. The campus is right in the heart of the downtown core.
VERY unfriendly administrative (managerial and unionised) staff in all faculties, colleges, departments, libraries, Hart House, etc. The university's self-inflated reputation ("The Harvard of the North") is belied by its typical Toronto mediocrity in all things.
Some charming old buildings, on one side of the campus, but the rest HORRIBLE, cold, bleak monstrosities (eg. Robarts Library) of the mid-20th c.
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 ...
As the capital of Ontario, Toronto is home to the provincial legislative assembly. Completed in 1892, the majestic Richardsonian Romanesque
Legislative Buildings in Queen's Park have served as a meeting place for the Ontario government ever since. You can ...
The Air Canada Centre is a state of the art sports and entertainment facility. The center hosts NHL Hockey and
NBA Basketball, rock concerts, conventions, figure skating, and a lot more. Located in the downtown area of Toronto, the ...