The fictional law firm from the TV Show Suits, Pearson Hardman, is based in the Bay-Adelaide Centre. Filming is seen regularly on the corner of [Read more]
Toronto-Dominion Centre was the last major architectural work that Ludwig Mies van der Rohe created before his death in 1969. Other important van der Rohe [Read more]
Ever noticed three white dots embedded in the pavement at an intersection and wondered what they’re for? They detect the presence of a bicycle and [Read more]
The Cadbury factory on Gladstone, between College and Dundas, is rather notorious for its intoxicatingly sweet smell. That’s because it’s responsible for creating all of [Read more]
The Gibraltar Point Lighthouse on Toronto Island is the oldest landmark in Toronto. For over 150 years its light beam has been a welcome guide [Read more]
At 473 Clinton St., long time resident Albino Carreira has attached thousands of corks, coins and chopped up pool cues to the outside of his [Read more]
The Cloud Gardens Conservatory is like a tropical cloud forest nestled between the office towers of Toronto’s busy downtown core. It sits on land given [Read more]
In 1913, real live reindeer pulled Santa’s sleigh through the streets of Toronto. The Eaton’s chain of department stores, which ran the parade at the [Read more]
Air Canada Centre is one of only two sports arenas in Canada to house a Rickards Brewhouse. Rickard’s Red, Gold and Pale are brewed on [Read more]
Toronto Public Library is one of the world’s busiest library systems with more than 18 million visits in 2014 to their 99 branches.
On November 8, 2011 EdgeWalk at the CN Tower was presented with the Guinness World Record for the “Highest External Walk on a Building”.
Casa Loma was built by Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt to fulfill his childhood wish for a castle. His dream took three years and $3.5 [Read more]