winter stations toronto

Quirky public art transforms Toronto's waterfront

Public art has once again taken over the Toronto waterfront, bringing a whimsical flare to the otherwise barren stretch of the Eastern Beaches during the winter. This is the third edition of Winter Stations, and the designs are as wacky and cool as ever. From a towering wooden beacon to a Japanese hot spring, our beaches have come alive.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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