Leslie Barns Doors Open Toronto 2016

Vote for your favourite Doors Open Toronto photo

Doors Open Toronto has come and gone for another season, having shed more light on some of the city's most fascinating and often hard to access buildings. As always the event resulted in an epic crop of photos. We've narrowed our contest submissions down to our 10 favourites and now ask that you vote for your favourite of the finalists.

1. Lead photo by @mingsiu37 at Leslie Barns.

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2. Photo by @alexandramack22 at Commerce Court.

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3. Photo by @aimhernandez at Osgoode Hall.

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4. Photo by @pplunar at the City Hall Rotunda.

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5. Photo by @campbell6999 at the Queen Richmond Centre.

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6. Photo by @comoaguapara at Ryerson.

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7. Photo by @ophisar at Billy Bishop.

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8. Photo by @pascalarseneau at Glendon.

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9. Photo by @vl_ronnie at the Don Jail.

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10. Photo by @kyrojopho at City of Toronto Archives.

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE PHOTO


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Voting will remain open until end of day June 7, 2016. The top three vote getters will receive the following prizes from Henry's Canada.

  • 1st place: $300 gift certificate
  • 2nd place: $150 gift certificate
  • 3rd place: $50 gift certificate

A big thanks to everyone who submitted photos to the contest.


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