It's located at 1382 Warden Ave. in Scarborough, and it's listed for $699,900 - but owning the ultimate piece of hockey memorabilia is priceless. The real estate listing doesn't make anything of the famous former resident, but he did live there while playing for the Leafs in the 1950s.
The sun dipped below the horizon at 6:18 p.m. and photographers couldn't wait to snap a shot of the phenomenon. Beyond the Torontohenge effect, it was also just a gorgeous autumn dusk that turned the city a golden hue, a brief bit a beauty that was equally worthy of capture from whatever angle.
Here are some of my favourite photos from yesterday's epic sunset.
It might seem like there's a new condo development going up daily, but according to a new report from the Toronto Real Estate Board on the third financial quarter of 2016, year over year, new listings were down 13.1 per cent.