Wednesday, February 13, 2013

About the City Hall of Canada

Cityhall Toronto in Nathan Phillips Square, on the corner of Queen and Bay Sts, this distinctive three part building represented the beginning of Toronto becoming a grown-up city. It was completed in 1965 to Finish architect Viljo Revell’s award-winning design.

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The twin clamshell towers, with a flying saucer-style structure between them at the bottom, are unmistakable. Free tours are given frequently, Monday to Friday. The square out the front is a meeting place and the location for concerts, demonstrations and office-worker lunches.

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In winter the attractive fountain pool becomes a popular artificial skating rink. Rental skates are available until 10 pm daily. It’s a lot of fun; don’t feel intimidated if you are a novice- you won’t be alone. Immigrants from around the world are out there gingerly making strides towards assimilation. Enjoy toronto city hall.

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