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Carolinian forests, colourful meadows, cold-water streams, stunning geological formations and an array of rare plants, birds and wildlife make Dundas Valley one of southern Ontario’s most spectacular treasures.
In a city of unremarkable subway stations, Museum Station is a stop that stands out.
The story behind Toronto’s Half House— which was literally sliced in half by developers.
The R.C. Water Treatment Plant opened in 1941 and modernized Toronto's water supply— because of it, Toronto has excellent, award winning tap water today.
Black Creek Pioneer Village lets visitors explore an 1760's re-created country village in the Toronto region.
Ward's Island is the best place in Toronto to escape the city. It's home to a beach, cottages, restaurants and more.
The dog fountain in Berczy Park has secrets waiting to be uncovered.
Union Station is the transportation gateway to Toronto— connecting the TTC, the Path, UP express and GO trains and busses.
The lookout is hidden away on a quiet street off of Broadview Avenue.
A memorial to the tens of thousands of Irish who fled to North America during the Great Famine.
Previously a hotspot for unsanctioned graffiti art, Graffiti Alley has become a well-known, culturally significant tourist spot.
Visit the real-life convenience store in Moss Park that inspired the set for Kim's Convenience.
In the middle of a Markham suburb sits The Cathedral Of The Transfiguration.
Ontario Place originally opened in 1972 as a way to promote the province. It closed down in 2012 but is still open to walk around and explore.