Toronto's Best Kept Secrets: Best Places to Visit in Toronto - Mapping Megan
These locations will make you fall in love with Toronto, destinations you should squeeze into your visit for a real taste of what the city is all about.
This is what the SkyDome looked like when it was under construction
The SkyDome is a central figure on the city's skyline and its most identifiable object when photographed from space. It officially opened back on J...
Toronto through the lens of Jeremy Kai
Toronto is a hub of photography. In addition to being one of the most photographed cities in the world, some of the best professional and amateur p...
10 photos of iconic signage in Toronto
Few things are as important to the relative visual interest of the urban landscape as signage. Not all signs are created equally, however. Much of ...
Toronto's Old City Hall
Sony NEX5 HDR Toronto's Old City Hall was one of the largest buildings in Toronto and the largest civic building in North America upon completion in 1899. It was the burgeoning city's third city hall. Designed by prominent Toronto architect Edward James Lennox, the building took more than a decade to build and cost more than $2.5 million.
History | One King West Hotel & Residence
1-866-470-5464 – One King West is a hotel in Toronto located at the centre of the city’s history. Established in 1879, our address has a rich history.
Bay Street, the Temple, and City Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1910)
Bay Street, the Temple, and City Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada ( Creator: Unknown Date: 1910 Identifier: PC 2708 Format: Postcard Rights: Public domain Courtesy: Toronto Public Library You can order order a print or high-resolution copy.
The history of Toronto as seen through famous and forgotten signs
There are so many ways to track how cities change over time, but one of the most remarkable is surely the signage that we encounter every day. Tor...