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For every letter of the alphabet, name that answer relevant to the city of Toronto!
Last updated: November 29, 2021
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Lively area that draws students to its casual eateries, indie bookshops, bars and cafes. Leafy residential streets feature stately, victorian bay and gable homes.
Major East-West street delineating downtown and midtown, under which Line 2 runs, includes attractions like the ROM, the Mink Mile and U of T.
The largest freestanding structure in the western hemisphere.
Boutiques, galleries, cafes and restaurants now take the place of this former industrial liquor production site.
The wealthy, department store owners for which major shopping mall named after.
Major East-West street said to be the southern boundary of the financial district. It was once where the lakeshore was before infill.
Large elevated freeway cutting across downtown.
By the 17th century the river was a crucial point for travel for French and British, making up the southern portion of the Toronto Passage.
Confederacy of nations along the Great Lakes who controlled the area from 1450 and 1660.
West end neighbourhood near the convergence of four railway lines in the area.
Bohemian market near Chinatown.
The "spit" of land onto the lake east of the islands, which makes up Tommy Thompson Park.
The "professional" ice hockey team who last won a Stanley Cup in 1967.
The massive waterfall across the lake which has generated electricity for the city for the last century.
The Great Lake on which the city sits.
The largest international airport serving the region.
Major East-West street running from The Beaches to High Park.
NBA team based in the city since 1995 who won the championship in 2019.
Major North-South street featuring a streetcar right-of-way.
The old college once sat on this park to which it currently lends its name.
Central rail hub of the city with the convergence of national, regional and urban rail.
North-South street serving as the boundary between Old Toronto and Scarborough.
Downtown street featuring an LGBT-oriented enclave.
Luxurious hotel located on the historic Exhibition grounds.
Original British name of the settlement before changing to Toronto in 1834.
Adult entertainment nightclub opened in 1959 known for its flashy neon signs.
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