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  • 26. Queen Street West - SOHO

    Lively atmosphere and trendy fashions. You can find major labels here like: Guess, Club Monaco, Gap, Zara, Aldo, Aritzia. Take a virtual tour of queen st w at grandstreets.com. They have panoramic...

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  • 27. Caribana

    This year, the biggest Caribbean-styled carnival in North America will be held for its 42nd time. Caribana is a well-attended festival in Toronto attracting approximately a million participants. Its...

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  • 28. Bata Shoe Museum

    (work in progress) Let me prefix this tip by stating thatI believe that the world is split into two types of women: those who regard Imelda Marcos as a worthy role model (and would at least consider...

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  • 29. Gay Pride Parade

    Toronto's gay district is a thriving community of shops, cafes, pubs, clubs, restaurants and everything in between. Generally the village starts just south of Bloor street and goes down to Carlton -...

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  • 30. Theater visit

    Roy Thomson Hall is the home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. This is the theatre where touring musicians and performers perform at the hall. Community events and...

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  • 31. Dundas Square

    Always try to check this always busy place if there's any performances going on. Lots of activities, gatherings, parties and street performances around. Eaton centre is just across the street and...

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  • 32. Black Creek Pioneer Village

    If you want to see what the South Ontario region was like during the Victorian age, then take in Black Creek Pioneer Village. I visited recently largely because they were holding a small colonial...

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  • 33. Historic Fort York

    I can't really comment on Fort York, because I have been here.... but actually I haven't. I was here during the VT meeting of 2002. We went to the beerfestival which was at Fort York. Hahaha, I...

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  • 34. Saint James Cathedral

    Toronto has some spectacular churches in the downtown core. I like to wander in at random when I stumble upon open doors. St. James is the tallest church in Canada, and is counted among the tallest...

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  • 35. Canadian National Exhibition

    Exhibition Place is on the Toronto lakeshore, a few kilometers west of the central downtown. Every August the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is held on the grounds, with games and a midway being...

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  • 36. Cabbagetown

    I walked to cabbage town from Clarion Hotel at Selbys. It's a quite a walk. This neighborhood in downtown Toronto holds the largest continuous Victorian houses in North America. History said that the...

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  • 37. Greek Town

    Toronto is home to a large Greek community and was the only site of an official Athens 2004 Olympic Merchandise store outside of Greece. Although the Greek community is very well integrated into the...

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  • 38. Yorkville

    I just walked along this street. They said celebrities whenever in Toronto can be spotted here dining or clubbing. Yorkville is a mixture of high end stores, beautiful condos and restored victorian...

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  • 39. Iroquois History Rafting Adventure

    This learning experience paddles into the world of the Iroquois... the Mohawks, Hurons and Neutrals. Rafts are used a floating classrooms to do guided trips that explore the rare Carolinian forest and...

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  • 40. Art Gallery of Ontario

    I paid a visit to AGO (As it's known locally) in November 2006. The art gallery at the time was being renovated and expanded so I only had restricted access to a small number of exhibitions. I used my...

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  • 41. Allan Gardens

    It is one of the prettiest places to see in Toronto any time of the year. It is the oldest park in the city built in 1858. I saw elaborate and wide selection of tropical, sub tropical and exotic plant...

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  • 42. St.Andrew's Church

    When I first went up the CN Tower I was curious to see what looked like a medievil castle in the midst of the towering glass skyscrapers and just had to go find out what it was. After descending the...

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  • 43. Massey Hall

    What I also love about Toronto is its historical buildings that's still standing but I guess not popular to most tourist because lots are obscured by modern structures already. I am not just after the...

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  • 44. Royal Botanical Gardens

    These gardens cover a huge area. Each section has an entrance way where they accept a $1 donation (exact fee) to let you in to walk the trails. Overall there are 900 hectares of land. General...

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  • 45. High Park

    High Park forms the lungs of Toronto, extending from Bloor Street in the north all the way to the lake shore (or the Gardiner Expressway). On either side of the park are upmarket suburbs, full of...

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  • 46. Steam Whistle Brewery

    One of the highlights of my trip to Toronto in January 2006 was the Steam Whistle Brewery Tour. At the time of my visit, the "souvenir tour" (a tour of the brewery, free samples of beer and a choice...

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  • 47. Lake Ontario

    The name of the lake is derived from ontarĂ­:io, a Huron word meaning "great lake".The Canadian province of Ontario was later named after the lake. Previous to its current name, the lake was identified...

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  • 48. Osgoode Hall

    This heritage building is not that far from the new city hall and just walk a bit and you will reach the Campbell Museum and Canada Life Building as well. This building garnered attention for 170...

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