Toronto Grand Prix Tourist

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Country:Canada
State/Province:Ontario
Location:Toronto

Photographer explores locations, events and adventures in Toronto, Ontario.



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Track construction which started on June 7 is well underway in Exhibition Place and the 11-turn temporary street circuit is taking shape as the concrete block barrier and fencing are put in place. With over 10 million pounds of concrete barriers and...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde and Mayor John Tory, pictured above, were near the front of Sunday's Pride Parade as it left from Church and Bloor Streets at 2pm. This year's parade did include a contin...

Travel back in time when road rage meant picking up a lance and running full tilt into a knight on horseback or when the girl next door was referred to as M'lady. There used to be a great Renfest in Milton but that shut down years ago, now if you wan...

Toronto will host four days of music and performing arts in a special festival to commemorate Canada's 150th birthday. The festival is planned for June 30 to July 3 at select municipal facilities including Nathan Phillips Square. 'The Provinces', 201...

The month of Pride takes place from June 2-25 at events all over the City and this weekend brings the festivities to a close with several parades and the Church and Wellesley Village StreetFair. The whole event is a vibrant, inclusive, energy filled...

The Algoma Equinox approaches the City of Hamilton, lining up the 740 foot long freighter to pass through the Burlington Bay Canal, under the lift bridge and into the harbour. The tower driven, lift bridge sees the ship, sends out an alarm, drops the...

Our first trip on the Speed River in the University town was most excellent and we had boated from the Royal City Park to Victoria Street which was just over 2.5km each way. This weekend, before the rain and thunder came and the tornado warnings were...