Toronto - Now, per capita the most diverse city in the world. Canadians rock! See the city from the top of the CN tower.

Toronto, my roots. Now, per capita the most diverse city in the world. See the city from the top of the CN tower.

Skating at Nathan Phillips Square is the best. When they bust out the Tiny Toms Donuts and watery-but-nonetheless-appreciated-hot-chocolate booths, I die.

Water fountain becomes the winter ice rink at the Toronto city hall - - Skating at Nathan Phillips Square is the best. When they bust out the Tiny Toms Donuts and watery-but-nonetheless-appreciated-hot-chocolate booths, I die.

Rivers Forgotten - underground waterways of Toronto, Jeremy Kai

Rivers Forgotten - underground waterways of Toronto, Jeremy Kai- gotta see this

Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto. In 2011, Toronto Star architecture critic Christopher Hume named the RBC Centre and the neighbouring Ritz-Carlton Toronto as the two most beautiful buildings completed in the 21st century in Toronto. Completed in 2009, it was designed by architects Kohn Pedersen Fox, and Bregman + Hamann Architects...✈...

Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto. In Toronto Star architecture critic Christopher Hume named the RBC Centre and the neighbouring Ritz-Carlton Toronto as the two most beautiful buildings completed in the century in Toronto. Completed in it wa

I ADORE the door to this tower of an abandoned church in Toronto, Canada!

Old church tower in downtown Toronto, south entrance to Grange Park. The church burned down in but the tower survived and was preserved.

Artist Giuseppe Penone carefully removes the rings of growth to reveal the ‘sapling within’. By carving out the inside of a tree trunk and leaving the knots in place, they eventually emerge as tiny limbs.

What a spectacular space and beautiful wood! - Artist Giuseppe Penone carefully removes the rings of growth to reveal the ‘sapling within’. By carving out the inside of a tree trunk and leaving the knots in place, they eventually emerge as tiny limbs.

Ontario College of Art and Design. Designed by Allsop. An addition Supported by pillars that look like pencil crayons over the original building. | Toronto, Canada

Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto. Designed by Allsop. An addition Supported by pillars that look like pencil crayons over the original building.

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