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Canadian Stage Company is a not-for-profit contemporary theatre company based in Toronto, Canada.
Canadian Stage is one of Canada's largest not-for-profit contemporary theatre companies, based in ...
Canadian Stage Company
Canadian Stage Company is a not-for-profit contemporary theatre company based in Toronto, Canada.
Canadian Stage is one of Canada's largest not-for-profit contemporary theatre companies, based in ...
Toronto Sun Building
The former Toronto Sun Building, at 333 King Street East at Sherbourne (now 333-351 King Street East) was built as the home of one of Toronto's daily English language newspapers, the Toronto Sun (and ...
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Alumnae Theatre
The Alumnae Theatre, known most often as The Alum, is the oldest theatre society in Toronto, Canada still in operation. It was founded in 1919 by female graduates of the University of Toronto who want...
Alumnae Theatre - Wikipedia
PlateSpin
PlateSpin is a subsidiary of Novell headquartered in Toronto, Canada, which produces tools to help manage virtualization on VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V or Citrix XenServer.
PlateSpin won an Internat...
Little Trinity Anglican Church
Little Trinity Anglican Church, formally Trinity East, is a parish of the Anglican Church of Canada located at 425 King Street East in the Corktown neighbourhood just east of downtown Toronto, Ontario...
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Enoch Turner School
Enoch Turner Schoolhouse is an historic site and museum owned by the Ontario Heritage Trust. The school was built in 1848, when it was known as the Ward School. The building is located at 106 Trinity ...
Enoch Turner School - Wikipedia
National Hotel, Toronto
The National Hotel was a hotel built on the southeast corner of King and Sherbourne streets, in Toronto, Ontario.The hotel was originally called the "British Exchange Inn" when it was run by its first...
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Distillery District
The Distillery District is a historic and entertainment precinct located east of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It contains numerous caf├ęs, restaurants, and shops housed within heritage buildings ...
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Paul Bishop's House
The Paul Bishop's House is actually a pair of historic townhouses located at 363-365 Adelaide Street East in the St. Lawrence neighborhood downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The houses, constructed i...
Paul Bishop's House - Wikipedia
Young People's Theatre
Young People's Theatre was founded in 1966 by Susan Douglas Rubes. Originally performing in the now-demolished Colonnade Theatre on Bloor Street, since the 1977-78 season, its home has been a renovate...
Theatre Museum Canada
The Theatre Museum Canada was founded by Herbert Whittaker in 1982, for the purpose of preserving and celebrating Canada's theatrical cultural heritage. The museum's honorary patron is Christopher Plu...
Inglenook Community High School
Inglenook Community High School is a Toronto public high school which offers grade 11 and 12 level courses. It is housed in an historical building designed by William George Storm in Corktown, in down...
Inglenook Community High School - Wikipedia
East Bayfront
East Bayfront, or the East Bayfront Precinct, is an emerging neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is currently undergoing a transformation from industrial use to mixed-use as part of Waterfro...
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Sherbourne Common
Sherbourne Common is a first park in Toronto that includes storm-water treatment facility and is located on Lower Sherbourne Street at Queen's Quay designed for year-round public use. It is a 1.5 hect...
Sherbourne Common - Wikipedia
Victory Soya Mills Silos
Victory Soya Mills Silos in the east end of Toronto's harbourfront is one of the two remaining silos from Toronto's industrial port era.
The silos were built for E.P. Taylor's Sunsoy Products comp...
Victory Soya Mills Silos - Wikipedia
Moss Park
Moss Park is a residential neighbourhood located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The area known as Moss Park is typically considered to be between Jarvis Street and Parliament Street south of Du...
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Maple Leaf Mills Silos
Maple Leaf Mills Silos was one of two silo complexes that built the area between Spadina Quay and Maple Leaf Quay, on Toronto Harbour, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was also one of three silos that ...
Trefann Court
Trefann Court is a small neighbourhood in the eastern part of downtown Toronto, Canada. It is located on the north side of Queen Street between Parliament Street and River Street. It extends north onl...
Trefann Court - Wikipedia
George Brown Theatre School
George Brown Theatre School is a drama school and department of George Brown College in Toronto. Both schools are named after the Canadian politician and journalist George Brown.Founded in 1976 under ...
Young Centre for the Performing Arts
The Young Centre for the Performing Arts is a theatre in the Distillery District in downtown Toronto, Canada. It is a brand-new theatre built into 19th century era Victorian industrial buildings. It i...
Young Centre for the Performing Arts - Wikipedia
Corktown, Toronto
Corktown is a residential neighbourhood in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is just south of Regent Park and north of the Gardiner Expressway, between Berkeley Street to the west and the Don Rive...
Corktown, Toronto - Wikipedia
Cherry Street Hotel
The Cherry Street Hotel is a heritage building on the southeast corner of Front Street and Cherry Street, in Toronto's West Don Lands.The structure originally served as a school, the Palace Street Sch...
Cherry Street Hotel - Wikipedia
CN Railway Police building, Toronto
The Toronto headquarters of the Canadian National Railway Police were located at the corner of Front Street and Cherry Street.On April 14, 2005, the City of Toronto listed the property on the City of ...
CN Railway Police building, Toronto - Wikipedia
First Toronto Post Office
Toronto's First Post Office (or Fourth York Post Office) is the oldest purpose-built post office in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and the only surviving example of a post office that functioned as a depar...
First Toronto Post Office - Wikipedia
Bank of Upper Canada Building
The Bank of Upper Canada Building, built by John Ewart (architect), is one of the oldest financial service buildings in Toronto, Canada. Built in 1827-34, it housed the Bank of Upper Canada until the...
Bank of Upper Canada Building - Wikipedia
CFNY-FM
CFNY-FM, branded as 102.1 the Edge, is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 102.1 FM in the Greater Toronto Area. The station rose to prominence in the 1970s and 1980s due to its freestyle DJing ...
CFNY-FM - Wikipedia
Beard Building
The Beard Building was a seven-storey, 25.8 m (85 ft) Richardsonian Romanesque highrise in Toronto, Ontario. Designed by E.J. Lennox, and completed in 1894, it is regarded as the city's firs...
Beard Building - Wikipedia
Daniel Brooke Building
Daniel Brooke Building is a historic Georgian building of Toronto, Canada located at Jarvis Street and King Street. Built in 1833 for owners Daniel Brooke and John Murchison, it is one of the last rem...
Daniel Brooke Building - Wikipedia
Keating Channel
The Keating Channel is a 1,000-metre (3,300 ft) long waterway in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It connects the Don River to inner Toronto Harbour (Toronto Bay) on Lake Ontario. The channel is named a...
Keating Channel - Wikipedia
Dominion Hotel, Toronto
The Dominion Hotel is one of the oldest remaining hotels in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Constructed in the late nineteenth century in the Corktown neighbourhood, it is a historic hotel structure that h...
Dominion Hotel, Toronto - Wikipedia