As the name suggests, the route of the marathon will closely follow the waterfront, from High Park in the west to the Beach in the east, via downtown. For spectators, 12 official "cheering zones" will be set up at various intervals on the course where there will be neighbourhood themed music, food, and other events.
The scale of this year's marathon will mean significant disruption for motorists and TTC riders, the full details of which are outlined below.
Here is everything you need to know about the 2014 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
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Scarborough is also one of the great immigrant areas of the city. There is Chinese, Filipino, Somali, Indian, and Caribbean culture in abundance here, just to name a few, and plenty of curiosities as well: parks containing pieces of lost downtown buildings, faded motels, hidden suspension bridges, and radioactive soil.
Here are 10 quirky things you might not know about Scarborough.
Some 8.4 million people live in Greater London, even more in its sprawling commuter belt. The city has a massive and growing public transport network that comprises subways, surface rail, streetcars, light rail, buses, even a weird novelty gondola thing. Paying to ride transit is astonishingly simple, its endless tangled network of ancient streets includes pedestrian-friendly zones, and many of its best museums are completely free.
Here are 5 things Toronto could learn from London.