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Maple Leaf souvenirs

by vfrancis

where is the best store in Toronto downtown to sell products with "Maple Leaf" insignia such as pen holders, pen cases, business card holders, etc?

Re: Maple Leaf souvenirs

by balfor

I don't remember the name of the store, but if you're on the street adjacent to the CN tower and looking out toward the lake, there is a bridge going over a lot of railroad tracks. The stadium will be on your right and the tower on your left. In the corner of the building on your left at street level is a souvenir shop that has loads of merchandise from Toronto. I wasn't looking for sporting team gear so I didn't pay close attention to what they had, but they DID have jerseys and various other items there.

Re: Maple Leaf souvenirs

by YVRDave

LOL, the question may not be for the 'Maple Laughs' Hockey team but for "Maple Leaf" Canadiana souvenirs. Those stores are all over the tourist areas. Prices may vary and probably not many locals would shop at them to know the 'Best' one. Good luck.
If it is for the NHL stuff, The Air Canada Centre will have a store as well as most sporting goods stores

Re: Maple Leaf souvenirs

by balfor

Good call Dave.... they DID have a lot of things with Maple leaves on them. That I did notice....

Travel Tips for Toronto

anything and everything

by melancholia

i wasn't in toronto long enough to give any really good advice as to where to go and what to see. but i would recommend queen st west shopping if you're into more 'alternative' clothing, gifts, etc. the beaches and toronto's CN tower are also popular. i went for canada day (july 1st) the day before there was a gay pride parade, which i've heard can be quite a site to see! :) i miss queen st west. wish there was an area like that in columbus. the best you can do here is go down to campus and hope to find a few good shops scattered about. when at queen st west you can find a little of everything in that area.

View from the CN Tower

by kris-t

The CN Tower is the second tallest free-standing structure on land in the world, at 553.33 metres (1,815 ft., 5 inches). It is located in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and is considered the signature icon of the city . The CN Tower attracts over two million visitors annually.

Construction on the CN Tower started on February 6, 1973 by Canadian National Railway who wanted to build a large TV and radio communication platform to service the Greater Toronto Area and also to demonstrate the strength of Canadian industry. In 1995, the CN Tower was declared one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. It also belongs to the World Federation of Great Towers. The following year, the Guinness Book of World Records officially changed the CN Tower's classification to "World's Tallest Building and Free-Standing Structure" and it retains that title to this day.

Travelling in pairs? Get an Entertainment Book

by MissAntarctica2002

The Entertainment Book for the greater Toronto area has great deals for a lot of the restaurants and attractions you'll likely be visiting on a trip to Toronto. Most of them are buy one, get one free so you'll get the best value out of buying one of these coupon books if there are two of you. In addition to lots of great deals in Toronto and its suburbs, the Toronto book also includes a bunch of coupons for touristy things in Niagara Falls and Ottawa.

Here's small selection of the places that have coupons in the Entertainment Book:

Hockey Hall of Fame
Royal Ontario Musem
Ontario Science Centre
Metro Toronto Zoo
Art Gallery of Ontario
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Historic Fort York
National Ballet of Canada

The Entertainment Book can be purchased at

Cultural Diversity

by thamitheen

Can I please ask what Toronto is being compared to when it is called diverse? I have done a lot of travelling, although admittedly not so much in North America, and I have never experienced as much racism as I did when I was in Toronto this summer. A smattering of multicultural restaurants does not make a city tolerant; it seemed to me that in Toronto, you are allowed to be diverse until such a point as it is noticably different from the mainstream.
I always thought my home in London was racist because racial issues are always in the public eye, but I realised thanks to my visit to Toronto that in London a huge stir is created when anything remotely racist occurs, because people as a whole really are tolerant. On the contrary, in Downtown Toronto's entertainment district - which should be a cosmopolitan area if such a thing existed in the city - I was the victim of racist verbal abuse on several occasions - and the people who witnessed the events sat and watched in silence. When I raised the issue with a group of Canadian acquaintances, I was told that Canada is big on free speech and therefore my experiences were merely an aspect of Canada's libertarian attitude. It is unfortunate that the behaviour of a minority has clouded my experience, but my bitter advice to tourists who don't blend in with a Western crowd, or perhaps with established minority groups in the area, is to be on your guard and be prepared to be harrassed.

Toronto is a very ethnically...

by chrissyalex

Toronto is a very ethnically diverse city and that is part of why I love it so much! There are high numbers of Italians,Chinese,Portugese,Ukranians,Greeks and many,many more nationalities. There are more than 100 ethnic groups represented in this city. I really enjoy walking the streets and hearing all the different languages. A great place to visit to experience many cultures is KENSINGTON MARKET.There are all kinds of shops and markets representing various nationalities. It is like taking a mini trip around the world!There are also some very cool vintage clothing stores as well! Last time I went there, I purchased a really cool suede coat for only $15.


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