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Like it: TTC in San Francisco. Everybody's favorite city pays tribute to Toronto for its history of preserving streetcar transit. Usa San Francisco, Toronto Ontario Canada, Fort Myers Beach, Train Pictures, London Bus, Bus Travel, Okinawa Japan, Chicago Restaurants, Public Transport

San Francisco pays tribute to TTC’s historic Red Rocket

Historic streetcar painted red and embellished with the TTC logo to honour Toronto’s dedication to the Presidents’ Conference Committee streetcar.

Courage My Love, Kensington Market. I love going to Moonbean cafe Movie Magazine, Evening Sandals, Toronto Canada, Heaven On Earth, City Streets, Best Cities, Store Fronts, Landscape Photos, The Places Youll Go

Courage My Love, Kensington Market

Well-known and loved vintage and exotica shop on Kensington Avenue. Been around for years.

Balade à Toronto - Chinatown et Kensington Market - Scouich Chinatown Restaurants, Toronto City, Banksy, Senior Pics, Senior Pictures, Toronto Architecture, Street Art, Toronto Ontario Canada, Ride Or Die

Balade à Toronto - Chinatown et Kensington Market - Scouich

Pourfendeur de la ville Reine, je vous convaincrai! Toronto humaine, colorée, vivante, c'est dans le Chinatown et le Kensington Market que ça se passe!

Discover Kensington Market, Toronto's vibrant neighborhood that with a long history and rich culture dating back to the century. Evening Sandals, Toronto Canada, Ontario, Boys, Girls, North America, The Neighbourhood, Age, Marketing

A Brief History Of Toronto's Kensington Market

Discover Kensington Market, Toronto's vibrant neighborhood that with a long history and rich culture dating back to the 19th century.

A cute pop-up shop in Kensington Market in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Beautiful Places To Visit, Cool Places To Visit, Cheap Accommodation, Photography Guide, Backpacking Tips, Banff, Canada Travel, Nova Scotia, British Columbia

A photography guide to the best spots in Toronto, Ontario

A cute pop-up shop in Kensington Market in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Kensington Market & Chinatown: Explore Toronto's kookiest neighbourhood with a local, and then dive into the city's extensive Chinatown. If you're after unique souvenirs, look no further. Toronto Vacation, Toronto Travel, London Calling, Ontario, Ottawa, Quebec Montreal, Canadian Travel, O Canada, Toronto Life

Kensington Market & Chinatown - Toronto Walking Tour | Urban Adventures

Kensington Market & Chinatown: Explore Toronto's kookiest neighbourhood with a local, and then dive into the city's extensive Chinatown. If you're after unique souvenirs, look no further.

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18 Must-Visit Attractions in Toronto, Canada

13 Things Every Tourist Should Do In Toronto by TheCultureTrip.com, click on the picture for a full list. Photo courtesy of Bridge Water

to ] Great to own a Ray-Ban sunglasses as summer gift.Kensington Market, Toronto, Ontario - I spent the summer of 1978 in Toronto, and we visited Kensington Market several times. Ottawa, Toronto Travel, Toronto Tourism, Toronto Shopping, Ontario Travel, Canada Eh, Toronto Life, Canada Travel, Canada Trip

When in Toronto...

The Toronto Jewish Film Festival began in 1993 with 30 films and one screen, and has mushroomed into the world’s largest Semitic cinema event, with 100 programs unspooling at four venues. The festival is notable for its fearless programming choices; executive director Helen Zukerman and her crew have consistently opted for provocative content over political correctness. This year, the festival runs from April 17-25. On a rare break in her cluttered office inside a row house in the artsy…

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Guide to Toronto's Kensington Market - Journal of a City Girl

Kensington Market - a must visit in Toronto

12 🇨🇦 “Cow catcher gates” at Osgoode Hall (Queen Street West and University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario) by David Worthington Beautiful Architecture, Art And Architecture, Cow Catcher, Queen Street West, Wrought Iron Gates, University Of Toronto, Quebec City, Toronto Canada, Night Life

Toronto Real EstateDavid Worthington :: Real Estate Homeward

I am a knowledgeable, full-service real estate agent with more than 15 years experience in the real estate development/residential real estate industry and 10 years experience in international marketing management. Whatever your real estate needs, if you are looking for a dynamic realtor I'm the guy who can help you find your way HOMEward!

Toronto's current city hall opened in 1965, after four years of construction which began in 1961. It was built to replace the old City Hall that was built in 1899. Located at Nathan Phillips Square at 100 Queen Street West, the "new" City Hall is a Toronto landmark, and one of the city's most photographed buildings. In this view, you can see the west tower on the left, and the mostly obscured convex side of the east tower on the right. #Toronto #CityHall #architecture Queen Street West, Toronto City, New City, Ontario, Buildings, Old Things, Tower, Construction, Architecture

Toronto City Hall - 310 by Rick Shea

Toronto's current city hall opened in 1965, after four years of construction which began in 1961. It was built to replace the old City Hall that was built in 1899. Located at Nathan Phillips Square at 100 Queen Street West, the "new" City Hall is a Toronto landmark, and one of the city's most photographed buildings. In this view, you can see the west tower on the left, and the mostly obscured convex side of the east tower on the right.