Posts tagged Toronto.

touchdisky:

Toronto Fogged in

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stopdrake2k14:

PEOPLE HAVE BEEN PUTTING DRAKE’S FACE ON WHEELCHAIR SIGNS AROUND TORONTO

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torontodesign:

Placing the last bit of the tower during the build of the CN Tower in Toronto. Completed in 1976 at a height of 1,815 feet, or 553 meter it was the world;s tallest freestanding structure until 2007 when it was surpassed by the Burj Khalifa. 

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allstreets:

Howland Street - Toronto, Canada

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allstreets(Upper) Jarvis Street - Toronto, Canada

fuckyeahtoronto:

416shots: Death Star tunnels - Exploring subway tunnels.

  July 07, 2014 at 10:51am

mitchparker:

New Sick Kids research building on #Bay street in #toronto. Great #design and #architecture. #building

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Dufferin Street has defended its title as the worst road in Ontario for the third year running. “Over the years,” the Canadian Automobile Association says in announcing its 2014 list, “Dufferin Street has made the CAA’s Worst Roads list eight times.”

fuckyeahtoronto:

galitrodan: All photos copyright Galit Rodan/Bloomberg.

1. Ines Garcia, a single mother of four, watches television in her Regent Park apartment during the hour or so in between her morning and afternoon jobs in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014. Garcia lives in a low rise community housing development that is slated to be torn down and will be forced to temporarily relocate by August 31, 2014.

2. Old community housing is being torn down along River Street in Regent Park, a neighbourhood that is home to many low-income families in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014. The neighbourhood is in the midst of a five-stage revitalization project that will see many of the old buildings replaced by condominiums.

3. Signs of life outside a row of houses soon to be torn down in Regent Park, a neighbourhood home to many low-income families in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014. The neighbourhood is in the midst of a five-stage revitalization project that will see many of the old buildings replaced by condominiums.

4. Regent Park, a neighbourhood that is home to many low-income families is in the midst of a five-stage revitalization project that will improve public spaces and see many of the old buildings torn down and replaced by condominiums in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014.

5. A handprint in paint is smeared on a post outside a house yet to be torn down in Regent Park, a neighbourhood that is home to many low-income families in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014. The neighbourhood is in the midst of a five-stage revitalization project that will see many of the old buildings replaced by condominiums. Residents who live in the old buildings are being relocated while construction is underway.

6. Regent Park residents attend a private meeting held in one of the neighbourhood’s new condominiums to discuss their concerns about being forced to temporarily relocate by August 31, 2014, after which their current buildings will be torn down in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014.

7. Construction workers dig alongside a mural in Regent Park, Monday, May 5, 2014.

8. Old community housing along Gerrard Street is slated to be torn down in Regent Park, a neighbourhood that is home to many low-income families in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014.

9. A man exits a Salvation Army building on River Street in Regent Park, a neighbourhood that is home to many low-income families in Toronto, Canada, Monday, May 5, 2014.

10. A man and a woman sit on the grass outside the new aquatic centre in Regent Park, Monday, May 5, 2014.

  May 17, 2014 at 10:33am

fuckyeahtoronto:

View of traffic at the corner of Bay and Queen Street, view from Old City Hall, April 5th, 1977

#Toronto  

The average person in Toronto has a life expectancy of 75 years. The average Aboriginal person in Toronto can expect to live about half that long – only 37 years. For Aboriginal men it is 34. Those are the findings of a new report by Anishnawbe Health Toronto, a centre with the goal of improving health and well-being of Aboriginal People.


The largest group of aboriginals don’t live in scattered northern outposts – they live in the Greater Toronto Area. Some call Toronto the largest First Nation reserve in the country.

Jordan Chittley, CTV News (via tonightshow)

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peterfromtexas:

Meanwhile in Toronto

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lisaspliffson:

All she did was ask what his name was

the 2010s is torontos decade man they keep producing winner after winner.

the state of the white, middle aged, male union 2014

this guy comes into my work like every weekend

yaaay

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serenevistas:

Foggy and steamy spring evening in downtown #Toronto. (Taken a few days ago.)

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