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Toronto, Canada

A brief history of Toronto

Toronto is one of the most populated city in Canada as well as the province capital of Ontario. Toronto sits at the heart of the Greater Toronto Area and is located in Southern Ontario. This city is the main hub of the nation's commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural life. There have been people to reside here since the last ice age but the community only dates back to 1793 when the British colonial officials stumbled upon the "Town of York" which was known as the Upper Canadian frontier. It was in 1834 when the backwoods village became known as the "City of Toronto."      

Toronto's 17th Anniversary was on March 6, 2009, City Hall opened its doors to invite residents in to celebrate their heritage, unity, diversity, literature, and art through music and dance. There was also an outdoor stage on Nathan Phillips Square that had many music performances and an Ice Skating party. Toronto has 10 museums which brings their history to life. Toronto also has the tallest building which is the CN Tower and the longest street which is Yonge Street and it starts at City's lakeshore and stretches to the French Riviera.       

Toronto is a very clean and safe cosmopolitan city with many parks, recreational, and cultural facilities. The city is home to four professional sports teams as well as the third largest English speaking theater district in the world. It is also home to over 80 ethnic communities starting with Africa, Asia, and Europe. Toronto is one of the world's most ethnically diverse cities as well. The city is filled with culture, art, architecture, entertainment, nightlife, sports, tours, attractions, and much more. Toronto has so many things to see and do while staying in the city that the whole family will enjoy as well as many historical things for the family to learn from.    

Toronto is considered to be a global city as well as one of the top financial centers in the world. Toronto also holds the world's seventh largest stock exchange as well as the majority of Canada's corporations. The city has a very low crime rate, clean streets, high standard of living, and friendly people, all of these things help to make Toronto one of the world's most livable cities according to the Economist Intelligence Unit and the Mercer Quality of Living Survey. The city was also ranked as the most expensive Canadian city to reside in 2006. The residents of Toronto are called Torontonians.  


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Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto

Attractions in Toronto

The CN Tower in Toronto is a hard to miss landmark and is an amazing attraction for tourists to visit. The CN Tower is the tallest building in the world and is located on Front Street right between the Rogers Center which is Toronto's Sports dome and the Toronto's Convention Center. The CN originally stood for Canadian National which was the railway company that built the tower but in 1995 the tower was transferred to the Canada Lands Company. Visitors can ride the all glass elevator to the top which has a glass floor 360 degree observation deck and at the very top is a restaurant.   

The Toronto Hockey Hall of Fame is known as a hockey fans paradise. This is a place where hockey fans can test there knowledge with hockey trivia. There are also plenty of interactive and hands on activities for the hockey fans to test their skills on the evolution of Canada's game. Hockey fans also get to take a trip down the sport's memory lane as they look at all the memorabilia, trophies, movies, displays, and video games. Every visitor can get a souvenir photo of them next to the Stanley Cup trophy. Visitors can also search the Spirit of Hockey store that is filled with collectibles. This a great attraction for hockey fans to enjoy and even get some great souvenir's.      

The Air Canada Center is also another sports fan paradise. This is a state of the art sports and entertainment facility. There is NHL Hockey and NBA Basketball, rock concerts, conventions, figure skating, and much more that is all held in this facility. The Air Canada Center is held in downtown Toronto, it features Jumbotrons and over 600 televisions. This facility gets very packed when the majority of the city all gathers here for concerts and festivals. There is always an exciting event for the city to enjoy and have a great time no matter what the event. Any type of sporting event or music event is usually held at The Air Canada Center.         

The Bata Shoe Museum is a place for shoe lovers especially. This museum is devoted to just footwear of every kind from all cultures and all parts of the world starting from ancient times to the present. There are fancy shoes, basic shoes, boots, and sandals. The museum is held inside of the Raymond Moriyama building which is just north of the University of Toronto. The museum holds over 10,000 pairs of shoes including celebrity shoes such as Queen Victoria's ballroom slippers, Elvis's blue patent loafers, and Karen Kain's ballet pointes. This is a great attraction for women mostly but guys are welcome as well and any shoe fanatic will love this museum.       


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Casa Loma in Toronto

Historic Attractions in Toronto

The Casa Loma in Toronto was created by Sir Henry and took three years and 3.5 million dollars to build. The Casa Loma was filled with artwork from Canada and from all over the world. This was a monument for its creator, Sir Henry, it passed up any other private home in North America due to its battlements and secret passageways. It was also home to the castles and knights in the days that have passed. The Casa Loma also had some amazing gardens that were put in a very unique and balanced setting. The gardens changing color schemes of the many different flowers and trees gave off a very impressive variety of growth, texture, and form. This is a brilliant landmark for Canada and castle lovers will enjoy this attraction.       

The Royal Ontario Museum is on the top list of the world's leading museums of natural history as well as world cultures. The Royal Ontario Museum which is also known as ROM has a mission which is to engage the public in exploration of cultural change as well as serve as an information for science with the study of nature. The museum has collections and research information ranging from lectures, symposia, films, tours, publications, travel, and family activities. The museum has plenty of galleries and exhibitions for visitor to explore. Some of the galleries include World Culture galleries, Natural History galleries, and Hands-on galleries. There are a variety of changing special exhibitions as well.          

The Art Gallery of Ontario also known as AGO has more than 4,000 artworks in 110 galleries. Some of the current exhibitions include African and Oceanic, Beautiful Fictions, Canadian, Contemporary, European, Photography,, Prints and Drawings, Surreal Things, and the Thomson Collection. AGO also includes dining for visitors such as FRANK Restaurant with Latin flavors, The New Norma Ridley Members' Lounge, Espresso Bar, and Cafe AGO. There is also shopping at AGO which includes AGO Book Club, Surreal Things to Go, Gift Cards, Green Products, Drawing Attention, and many more.       

The Campbell House Museum is the restored residence of Sir William Campbell from the year 1822. This is the oldest original building from the city of York. The structure of the house is of the classic Georgian architecture which is a rare find in the region. This house has been a museum since 1974 which was opened by the Queen Mother. The house has half hour guided tours that are available all throughout the day. The houses present location is at Queen Street West and University but was originally constructed on Duke Street which is now called Adelaide. This is a truly amazing historic attraction for the whole family to explore, learn, and enjoy.