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Gooderham Building (commonly referred to as the "Flatiron Building") is a historic landmark of #Toronto, Ontario, Canada located at 49 Wellington Street East

flat iron building, one of our oldest standing buildings. Toronto, Ontario, Canada (been)

Biblio-mat, A Vending Machine That Delivers Random Used Books. It's real, in Canada.

Biblio-mat, A Vending Machine That Delivers Random Used Books

In Toronto, The Monkey’s Paw bookstore introduces the Biblio-mat book-vending machine--for two dollars you get one random book!

Toronto Nights #TTC #subway.  St. Andrews (King St.) on the University line.

forgotten - abandoned Toronto Nights - love my city!

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto / Levitt Goodman Architects

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto / Levitt Goodman Architects

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto / Levitt Goodman Architects © Jesse Colin Jackson

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is a library in the University of Toronto

37 modern libraries from around the world

20 mesmerising modern libraries from around the world homas Fisher Rare Book Library, Canada Photos by Andrew Louis and Casey Maggs

What Front Street used to look like in Toronto

A visual history of the Royal York Hotel

Art Gallery of Ontario - Toronto, Canada

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, Frank Gehry

This weekend in history: This map shows the original area covered by the Toronto Purchase (September 23, 1787). In 1911, when this map was made, Toronto covered only 10,477 of the 250,808 acres the government purchased from First Nations people for $9,500. The original belongs to the J. Ross Robertson Collection of maps, in the Toronto Reference Library.

Toronto is an Iroquois Word. History of Toronto pre contact.

tilt-shift yonge. Nathan Legiehn

Photo by Nathan Legiehnlake. This is Junge Street in Toronto. Listed as the longest street in the world at long. It stretches from Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe.

Royal York Toronto by peterpesta, via Flickr

Royal York Toronto by peter pesta,

Toronto was a different place before the first world war... this image shows Baby Point Rd., looking west from Jane Street, a hundred years ago (in 1913). Today, the Bloor West Village is a much more urban landscape!

Toronto was a different place before the first world war. this image shows Baby Point Rd., looking west from Jane Street, a hundred years ago (in Today, the Bloor West Village is a much more urban landscape!

The Crystal by Daniel Libeskind at Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), exterior, Toronto, ON © Sam Javanrouh

In Focus: Sam Javanrouh

Looks so post apocalyptic. The Crystal by Daniel Libeskind at Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), exterior, Toronto, ON © Sam Javanrouh

This picture, showing the construction of the Union Bank at the south east corner of Bay and King, appeared in the Toronto Evening Telegram on April 4, 1910. It was drawn by the celebrated Canadian artist Owen Staples.

Construction of the Union Bank Toronto Owen Staples Fine Giclee Print

And so the End of Summer begins with the opening of the Ex. This week's photo comes from the CNE, in 1923, outside the Transportation building. Wonder what new food inventions they were serving back then?

1923 Toronto Auto Show at Transportation Hall

Cards Against Humanity, the Toronto version

Cards Against Humanity, the wildly popular party game, has had its fair share of imitators since being launched via a Kickstarter campaign back in .