Here are five mini versions of Toronto that'll blow your mind.
Besides, everything changed in Toronto when Viljo Revell brought the future to Queen and Bay streets. This spaceship-like civic hub put Toronto on the global architecture map, and we've made good on the promise of this spectacular building by continuing to add to the urban fabric with bold and often beautiful structures that we should all take pride in.
These are my picks for the top buildings in Toronto.
We set the previous February 3 record in 1991 when the thermometer hit 9.3 C. And, until now, February 23, 1984 was the warmest February day ever at 14.9 C.
Perhaps the reasons for this are obvious. Toronto experiences cold winters, weather that's unkind to a facade that's meant to be a living and breathing entity. That's what makes the new designs for 33 Avenue Road exciting. As Urban Toronto reports, the city might get a mini version of Stefano Boeri's Bosco Verticale.
As reported by CP24, trains were briefly delayed before our furry bandit-eyed friend disappeared into the subway tunnel. It's unclear how the raccoon got into the station.