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<p>Along the Etobicoke Creek is a little-known path that leads to Pearson International Airport, Canada's largest airport. It's hard to believe that such a massive airport could be right next to such a nice tree-covered path, but it's there. You can walk right up to the airport's fence and watch airplanes ...
<p>Episode 112 is made up of photography we provided for CESBA's (The Canadian Emergency Services Boxing Association's) 2011 Police Memorial, known as "Ringside For Kids". At this annual event, held in Mississauga, Police and Peace Officers from across Ontario step into the boxing ring against each other ...
<p>Fashion Week took place in Toronto recently. Simply put, it blew us away! It is a completely different experience being in attendance at a runway show than seeing it on tv. The atmosphere in the room can be downright electric, and it makes for some incredible videography. In addition to filming many ...
<p>We're back for more at The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Canada's most prominent agricultural event and the world&rsquo;s largest indoor agricultural and international equestrian competition.</p>
<p>We'll see the immense cow section where a huge number of cows are getting washed and shaved for judging.&nbsp; ...
<p>The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is an annual fall fair in Toronto which takes place over two weeks every November on the grounds of the CNE. Inaugurated in 1922, it is Canada's most prominent agricultural event and has become the world&rsquo;s largest indoor agricultural and international equestrian ...
<p>Nature's Emporium is a huge holistic market located in Newmarket, Ontario -- about a 30 minute drive north of Toronto. Toronto Life Magazine called Nature's Emporium a "50,000-square-foot organic grocery utopia" and "a sumptuous testament to the new heights of our food obsessions".</p>
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<p>Looking distinctly like Martian topography, the Cheltenam Badlands are a bizarre and extremely rare geographical spectacle that lie hidden in the Caledon Hills.&nbsp; The cause of this phenomenon was poor farming practices and overgrazing in the 1930&rsquo;s that lead to soil erosion and exposed the ...
<p>The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest footpath in Canada.&nbsp; It runs almost 800km, from the Niagara region in the south to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula at Tobermory in the north.&nbsp; Along the way it passes incredible old growth forests, high cliffs, caves, and more.</p>
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<p>From 1890 to 1980, the Don Valley Brickworks was one of Canada's pre-eminent brickyards.&nbsp; At its peak more than 43 million bricks a year were manufactured for use in the construction of homes and buildings across Canada.&nbsp; Many of Toronto&rsquo;s most prominent buildings were made from Don ...
<p>The John Street Roundhouse is a preserved locomotive roundhouse in downtown Toronto, just steps from the CN Tower and the Skydome. It is the largest roundhouse in Canada.</p>
<p>Built for the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) in 1929 to replace the earlier roundhouse built in 1897, the building was ...
<p>Osgoode Hall opened in 1832 and remains a Toronto landmark and the hub of legal life in Ontario. It currently houses the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Divisional Court of the Superior Court of Justice, and the Law Society of Upper Canada. The building also housed the Osgoode Hall Law School until ...
<p>One of Toronto's most recognizable and well-known buildings is the Canada Life Building on University Avenue in the heart of downtown Toronto.</p>
<p>The fifteen-floor Beaux Arts building opened in 1931 as the headquarters for Canada Life, Canada's oldest (and at the time largest) insurance company. ...
<p>Rattray Marsh is an "environmental gem" located in a unique natural setting within the City of Mississauga . As the last remaining lakefront marsh between Toronto and Burlington , this environmentally sensitive wetland is home to a variety of wildlife and plants and a definite must see for avid bird ...
<p>Welcome to TLTV's 100th episode! I'm glad you are with us and hope that you have enjoyed yourself so far. I've got much, much more of The GTA to cover, so stay tuned!</p>
<p>In this episode we are going to take a look at two new additions to Toronto's waterfront -- The Wave Deck and HtO Park.</p>
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<p>Located in the Cabbagetown area of Toronto (more on that in a future episode of TLTV!) the Necropolis Cemetery is likely the oldest remaining cemetery in The GTA. Comprising 18 acres, it was opened to replace the Potter's Field which was located on the north-west corner of Bloor and Yonge Streets ...
<p>Edwards Gardens is a botanical garden located on the southwest corner of Leslie Street and Lawrence Avenue East in Toronto. It is a former estate garden featuring annuals, roses, wildflowers, rock gardens, secluded pathways, a waterwheel, gazebos, a gift shop and picturesque bridges over Wilket ...
<p>University Avenue is a major north-south road in Downtown Toronto. It begins at the intersection of Front and York streets near Union Station and heads north, ending at College Street where it splits into Queen's Park Crescent East and West. Between these two roads is Queen's Park, the home of the ...
<p>Yonge-Dundas Square (also known as Dundas Square) is a unique focal point of the downtown Toronto community, at the intersection of Yonge Street and Dundas Street, one of the busiest intersections in Canada with over 56 million people each year passing through this intersection. It is sometimes nicknamed ...
<p>Hungry? If you are looking for a good outdoor patio in Toronto on which to sit, eat, and drink, well Baldwin Street has you covered! It is a small street located just two short blocks north of the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and is the perfect spot to enjoy the summer weather over a meal or a drink.</p>
<p>Baldwin ...
<p>The Eaton family, upscale owners of the T. Eaton Company department store chain, originally owned what was a 700 acre farm in King City, Ontario -- about a 30 minute drive from Toronto. The remodelled farmhouse on the property served the family for weekend barbecues and picnics, but Lady Eaton wanted ...
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