Toronto

Yorkville Park

Standing at what was once the site of a Victorian village, the small innovative Yorkville Park is a dramatic yet peaceful tribute to the diversity of the Canadian landscape. Building the Park Yorkville Park The upscale Yorkville Park area of …

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Allan Gardens

Named for a provincial Senator and one-time mayor of Toronto, George William Allan, Allan Gardens is a combination park and indoor botanical garden. The park is one of the oldest in the city, established in the 1850s. It encompasses four …

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Hockey Hall of Fame

Canada’s favorite sport is celebrated in the Hockey Hall of Fame. The world’s most comprehensive collection of hockey memorabilia, including the Stanley Cup trophy, is on display here. Hockey Hall of Fame The Hall of Fame is partly housed in …

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University of Toronto

The University of Toronto was founded by royal charter in 1827 and was originally known as King’s College. Many of its buildings are architecturally notable. The University University College The University of Toronto covers a large part of the center …

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Rogers Centre
Skydome

Home to the Toronto Blue Jays major league baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football team, the Rogers Centre is the city’s premiere sports facility. History The open dome The stadium at night Canada’s often harsh weather can make watching …

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Skydome

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St. Lawrence Market

For more than a century, locals and visitors have enjoyed to the sights and smells of Toronto’s wonderful St. Lawrence Market. The Early Days South Market More than one hundred years before the St. Lawrence Market was built and opened …

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