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  • St. Lawrence Market - North Building

    92 Front Street East,

    The North Market is primarily known for its Saturday Farmers' Market, a tradition begun on this site in 1803 and continuing today, as the producers of Southern Ontario bring their seasonal produce to market in the city. On Sundays, over 80 antique dealers fill the North Market and the surrounding plaza, displaying…

  • Casa Loma

    1 Austin Terrace,

    Casa Loma has a huge expanse of rooms, hallways, tunnels and ante chambers and is available for viewing year round. Rekindle your sense of wonder when you step back in time at Toronto's most romantic historic mansion. Explore elegantly decorated suites, secret passageways, stately towers, an 800 foot underground…

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  • Molson Canadian Amphitheatre

    909 Lakeshore Boulevard West,

    Toronto's waterside concert venue, located at Ontario Place. Features the world's top musical artists from May through to September. The music venue is open yearly from May to September, due to its outdoor configuration. The amphitheatre has a capacity of approximately 16,000. There are 5,500 reserved seats under…

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  • Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

    3636 Hawkestone Rd,

    Sky Zone provides guests with thrilling activities fit for all ages and fitness levels where they are guaranteed to have a 'soaring' time. Filled with wall-to-wall trampolines, Sky Zone provides a brand new way to move and sets the stage for a variety of activities such as 3-D Dodgeball and SkyRobics - an…

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  • Powerhouse of Terror

    65 Colonel Samual Smith Park Drive,

    Dare yourself to enter what some consider, one of the most haunted buildings in Toronto. In the Power House of Terror... you will experience fear at its deepest level. Attrations include: Carnevil Manor; Insidious; Quarantine and Buried Alive!

  • Danforth Music Hall Theatre

    147 Danforth Ave,

    The Danforth Music Hall is a 1920's vaudeville theatre - turned second run movie theatre - turned awesome live music venue! The Music Hall is the cultural hub of the Danforth strip, hosting a wide array of talent, from international superstars to local bands. The Music Hall has housed acts that span the genres,…

  • Thornhill Community Centre & Arena

    7755 Bayview Ave.,

    This facility opened in 1974. It consists of two ice surfaces, a fitness centre with saunas and whirlpools, community halls, a lounge, a privately-operated day care centre, and a library. Services include: - Express self service checkout that allows customers to check out material without staff intervention. -…

  • Air Canada Centre

    40 Bay St.,

    Air Canada Centre is Canada's premier sports and entertainment venue and home to the Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Club, Toronto Raptors Basketball Club and the Toronto Rock Lacrosse Team. Air Canada Centre recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, having first opened its doors in February 1999. Over its ten-year…

  • Living Arts Centre

    4141 Living Arts Dr.,

    The Living Arts Centre opened its doors on October 7, 1997, adding an exciting cultural dimension to Mississauga`s City Centre. Since then, more than 1.5 million people have come to Living Arts Centre, exploring all the Centre has to offer. Serving as an important resource for the arts, education and business, Living…

  • Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex

    25 British Columbia Rd.,

    As one of Toronto's few traditional ballrooms, the Liberty Grand is the perfect location for groups of one hundred and fifty to three thousand people. Majestically overlooking Toronto's downtown lakefront, the Liberty Grand is the epitome of luxury and elegance. With 4 exquisite ballrooms, this spectacular event and…

  • Trump International Hotel & Tower

    325 Bay Street,

    Crowned by an articulated spire 900-feet above the Downtown Toronto's financial district, luxurious accommodations, exclusive amenities and the signature services of Trump Attach├ę(TM), unite along the city's unmistakable skyline. Located in the corner of Bay and Adelaide, Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto┬«…

  • Real Sports Apparel

    15 York St.,

    Real Fans don't just feel the pride, they wear it! Real Sports Apparel is 8,500 square feet of the most authentic sports retail experience outside the locker room. It's a destination for sports lovers everywhere. The best of the best. Our store is brimming with pride. Inside and on our shelves you will find…