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Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. The history of Toronto began in the late 18th century when the British Crown purchased its land from the Mississaugas of the New Credit. The settlement established there became York, which lieutenant governor John Graves Simcoe designated as the capital of Upper Canada. The city was ransacked in the Battle of York during the War of 1812. In 1834, York became a city and renamed Toronto. It was damaged in two huge fires in 1849 and 1904. Since 1954, the city occasionally expanded its borders through amalgamation with surrounding municipalities, most recently occurring in 1998.

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One York Quay

One York Quay

Architect
Clarke Darling Downey ArchitectsBrowse Clarke Darling Downey Architects
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, ResidentialBrowse Residential
Year
1990 adBrowse 1990 ad
MaRS Discovery Centre West

MaRS Discovery Centre West

Architect
Bregman + Hamann ArchitectsBrowse Bregman + Hamann Architects
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
HealthcareBrowse Healthcare
Year
2013 adBrowse 2013 ad

Bank of Nova Scotia

Bank of Nova Scotia

Architect
Mathers and HaldenbyBrowse Mathers and Haldenby, Beck and EadieBrowse Beck and Eadie, John M. LyleBrowse John M. Lyle
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper
Year
1951 adBrowse 1951 ad
MaRS Heritage Building

MaRS Heritage Building

Architect
Darling & PearsonBrowse Darling & Pearson
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
HealthcareBrowse Healthcare
Year
1913 adBrowse 1913 ad

SickKids Research and Learning Tower

SickKids Research and Learning Tower

Architect
Diamond + Schmitt Architects Inc.Browse Diamond + Schmitt Architects Inc.
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
HospitalBrowse Hospital
Year
2013 adBrowse 2013 ad
Manulife Centre

Manulife Centre

Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, OfficeBrowse Office
Year
1972 adBrowse 1972 ad
Address
44 Charles Street WestBrowse 44 Charles Street West

Bay Wellington Tower

Bay Wellington Tower

Architect
Bregman + Hamann ArchitectsBrowse Bregman + Hamann Architects
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, OfficeBrowse Office
Year
1992 adBrowse 1992 ad
First Canadian Place

First Canadian Place

Architect
Bregman + Hamann ArchitectsBrowse Bregman + Hamann Architects
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, OfficeBrowse Office
Year
1975 adBrowse 1975 ad

Renaissance Plaza

Renaissance Plaza

Architect
WZMH ArchitectsBrowse WZMH Architects, Page + Steele Inc.Browse Page + Steele Inc.
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
OfficeBrowse Office
Year
1982 adBrowse 1982 ad
One King Street West

One King Street West

Architect
Stanford Downey Architect Inc.Browse Stanford Downey Architect Inc.
Location
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaBrowse Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, HotelBrowse Hotel, condominiumBrowse condominium
Year
1914 adBrowse 1914 ad


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