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.
Victorian heat wave: This image shows the water cart used during the summer of 1893 at the corner of York and Adelaide. The water intake pipe had broken so Toronto residents were obliged to go and fetch their water from the cart.
toronto King Edward Hotel as it appeared when it opened in Designed by Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb and E. Lennox (famous for his design of Old City Hall,) work began in As part of the plan, Victoria St. was extended south of
The Eatons Santa Claus Parade on James Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. At the end of the parade, Santa would climb from his float up a ladder into the Eatons department store. Source: Archives of Ontario