Tag Archives: Architecture

Bus Tour: Modern TO

Led by Dave LeBlanc (Architourist, The Globe and Mail), Chris Bateman (BlogTO), and Gary Miedema (City of Toronto, Planning), this tour explores Modern planning and architecture in Toronto from 1945 to the 1970s. Tour participants will see exemplary Modern buildings from Etobicoke to Scarborough. … Continue reading

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Yonge Street Architecture

Join us in celebrating 220+ years of Yonge Street. This tour explores a portion of downtown Yonge through an appreciation of its oldest buildings and ongoing change. Start Point: YMCA (20 Grosvenor Street) End Point: Old City Hall (60 Queen Street West) … Continue reading

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A Window into the Garden District

This walk explores the Garden District – a neighbourhood that is currently being reviewed as a potential Heritage Conservation District – drawing attention to some of the most charming sites contained within three architecturally rich blocks and shedding light on … Continue reading

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Yonge Street Architecture

Join us in celebrating 220+ years of Yonge Street. This tour explores a portion of downtown Yonge through an appreciation of its oldest buildings and ongoing change. Start Point: YMCA (20 Grosvenor Street) End Point: Old City Hall (60 Queen Street West) … Continue reading

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More Than Bricks and Mortar (Another Look at Weston Village’s Architecture)

What makes a house a home? Come with us as we explore Weston Village’s beautiful architecture, and hear the stories of the prominent homeowners who used to live there. From the 1914 Carnegie Library to the modern railway bridge, Weston Village is more … Continue reading

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Yonge Street Architecture

Join us in celebrating 220+ years of Yonge Street. This tour explores a portion of downtown Yonge through an appreciation of its oldest buildings and ongoing change. Start Point: YMCA (20 Grosvenor Street) End Point: Old City Hall (60 Queen Street West) … Continue reading

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James Ellis: Architect of the Junction

Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood was once a small railway town, and James Ellis was its premier architect. His work defined schools, places of worship, homes, and civic buildings, and reflected the social fabric of the Junction. This tour explores Ellis’ remarkable work and visits buildings … Continue reading

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Yonge Street Architecture

Join us in celebrating 220+ years of Yonge Street. This tour explores a portion of downtown Yonge through an appreciation of its oldest buildings and ongoing change. Start Point: YMCA (20 Grosvenor Street) End Point: Old City Hall (60 Queen Street West) … Continue reading

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Yonge Street Architecture

Join us in celebrating 220+ years of Yonge Street. This tour explores a portion of downtown Yonge through an appreciation of its oldest buildings and ongoing change. Start Point: YMCA (20 Grosvenor Street) End Point: Old City Hall (60 Queen Street West) … Continue reading

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Yonge Street Architecture

Join us in celebrating 220+ years of Yonge Street. This tour explores a portion of downtown Yonge through an appreciation of its oldest buildings and ongoing change. Start Point: YMCA (20 Grosvenor Street) End Point: Old City Hall (60 Queen Street West) … Continue reading

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