The turn in Terminal 1 of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport
An image of Sanford Fleming Building at the University of Toronto on a summer day. Its one of the main Engineering buildings located at southern end of the St. George (main) campus.
A view of the city of Toronto from Queen Street West which is also known as the Art District.
The Bay-Wellington Tower which is part of the Brookfield Place complex (formerly known as BCE place). Brookfield Place is an office complex in downtown Toronto, comprising of 5.2-acre block bounded by Yonge Street, Wellington Street West, Bay Street and Front Street.
The view from the basement the day after a snow storm on Boxing day 2012 in Toronto.
The end of the pre-game warm up prior to the national anthems being played at the Rogers Center. The base of the CN Tower shows how large it is compared to the Rogers Center (formerly known as Skydome).
This is a picture of a Toronto neighbourhood the morning after the snow storm, if you don’t really have to get anywhere snow storms are actually quite fun: the streets get covered with the fluffy white stuff and it gets so quite and serene. Here is the same Toronto neighbourhood during my summer trip, since it was dry I took the picture from the ground which I wasn’t about to do in the snow I used a telephoto lens also back then so its slightly different perspective but you get the idea of what the street really looks like.
Hart house is a student activity center at the University of Toronto, it was established in 1919 and its considered as one of the earliest student centers in all of North America! However I’m not really sure what the sign really symbolized since it mentions 1911-1919 which I’m assuming is when they began and ended construction? Thats my best guess