Opened in 1978, and retaining the Eaton name even after the iconic Canadian retailer shut down in 1999, Toronto's Eaton Centre mall has lent its vaulted glass ceilings and exposed beams to a number of… Read More
Completed in 1863, Ontario's Legislative Building, better known to locals as Queen's Park, for the green space it is set in, is one of the largest remaining victorian structures in Toronto. It hasn't … Read More
Toronto's Yonge and Dundas Square, with it's enormous video screens and billboards, has become an on-screen stand-in for many of the world's famous gathering places. It has been used extensively in co… Read More
Toronto's futuristic City Hall, designed by Finish architect Viljo Revell and completed in 1965, has lent its image to many science fiction films and tv shows, most famously Resident Evil Apocalypse.
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A perfect stand-in for US Ivy League schools and gothic British universities, The University of Toronto's historic St. George Campus is a frequent filming location. Canadian film fans might recognize … Read More