Viljo Revell, Toronto City Hall, « Viljo Revell's design has functional drawnbacks - splitting a minucipal bureaucracy in two makes little organisational sense - but the building and its popular plaza have become a Toronto icon.
The Scarborough Bluffs are among the delights of a part of Toronto that gets little mention in tourist guides. Stretching about 15 kilometres, the bluffs give out onto expansive views of Lake Ontario and include rugged clay cliffs, woody beaches, trails and gardens. “Scarborough is the greenest area of Toronto,” points out social policy consultant Jamille Clarke-Darshanand. “The bluffs are one part of that environmental story.”