Canada's only design promotion center, Design Exchange exhibits the latest in fashion, graphic design and ergonomics. ... More
Canada's only design promotion center, Design Exchange exhibits the latest in fashion, graphic design and ergonomics. Named after its location in the former Toronto Stock Exchange building, the Design Exchange also boasts the original trading floor, with its historic murals intact. The mural depicting "Work" is particularly fascinating, with its use of color and technique. International, national and local designers are on display in the exhibition hall and while there is an admission charge to view their creations, the Design Effectiveness Center is free.
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 ...
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 ...
Truly a Toronto monument, this Via Rail/GO train/subway station, which stretches along a block of Front Street, was opened in
1927 by the Prince of Wales. Classically designed, there are elements of simplicity mixed with grandeur in the architecture ...