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Woodbine Beach Victoria Day Fireworks - Studio Novus   #fireworks #victoriaday #canada #toronto #photo #photography #sky #beach #park

Woodbine Beach Victoria Day Fireworks - Studio Novus #fireworks #victoriaday #canada #toronto #photo #photography #sky #beach #park

Shoppers on Yonge Street, Toronto - 1912

Shoppers on Yonge Street, Toronto - 1912

Euclid Hall is located at 515 Jarvis Street, it was built in 1868 by Arthur McMaster. When he died in 1882 it was sold to Hart Massey for $12,500 and he named it Euclid Hall. At the University of Toronto both Massey College and the Hart House are thanks to the philanthropist Hart Massey. Euclid Hall is now used as a restaurant called the Keg.

Euclid Hall is located at 515 Jarvis Street, it was built in 1868 by Arthur McMaster. When he died in 1882 it was sold to Hart Massey for $12,500 and he named it Euclid Hall. At the University of Toronto both Massey College and the Hart House are thanks to the philanthropist Hart Massey. Euclid Hall is now used as a restaurant called the Keg.

Sneaky Dee's (431 College Street, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1T1 ... (416) 603-3090). "Sneaks" as referred to by locals is a dive bar which serves the best Tex-Mex food and chicken wings in town at prices that have yet to be beaten. Beer and booze is also cheap. Sneaks decor, for what it is, is eclectic and therefore attracts a crowd where you will find suits, punks, intellectuals, rummies, the lonely, power drinkers and the girl you could never get in high school all drinking peacefully…

Any place I can have epic nachos, write on walls, and party it up with my girls is the place for me! I had been here on previous trips, pretty sure it's a favorite.

Taken just a year and a few weeks after the Great Toronto Fire of 1904, this dramatic shot of the fire at the Canadian Feather & Mattress Company on Melinda St. just east of Bay Street, illustrates the difficulty that the new taller buildings posed to firefighters. The relatively newly-developed elevator technology of the day allowed building to be built taller than ever before — far outstripping the fire department’s ability to propel water!

toronto Hoses tackle the devastating fire that levelled a large portion of the city's manufacturing district in Flames added for effect afterwards.

The Don River (Brick Works in the background), Toronto, c. 1931. #vintage #1930s #Canada

The Don River (Brick Works in the background), Toronto, c.

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