Open for more than a century, this exhibition ground is best known for its flagship event, the Canadian National Exhibition. ... More
Open for more than a century, this exhibition ground is best known for its flagship event, the Canadian National Exhibition. But the grounds, covering 78 hectares along the Lakeshore, hold more than 100 shows annually, including the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, the Molson Indy in July, various Sportsmen's Shows, and the Automotive Building. In addition, you'll find historic memorabilia including a monument honoring the French fur trade post from the 1750s, a small log home from the 1790s and the Marine Museum of Upper Canada.
Founded in 1827 and now home to over 53,000 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 ...
Opened in 1899 as chief meeting place for Toronto politicians, this Romanesque Revival structure was built by the same man
who conceived Casa Loma . The beautiful gray and brownstone exterior has the faces of many of the city's ...
Unpretentious, colourful 1882 Victorian home full of fun and sun, art and heart. Located in a quiet, multicultural neighbourhood just
west of the commercial core, just north of Exhibition Place. Short trolley ride to Eaton Centre along trendy West ...
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