Eaton Centre shopping mall.
Royal York Hotel, the residence of choice for Queen Elizabeth II when she visits Toronto.
Roundhouse Park near the base of Toronto's famous CN Tower. When the concrete tower was completed in 1976 it was the tallest free-standing structure in the world. Nine radio stations and seven television stations transmit their signal from the 335 foot antenna. From the railroad-themed park I could also see the headquarters of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation with its distinctive logo.
Somewhere along the way, we rode past the headquarters of Corus Entertainment which operates 39 radio stations across Canada. I made our bike tour stop so my wife could take a quick picture in front of their gleaming office building.
Corus runs three radio stations in Toronto--the legendary Modern Rock outlet "102.1 The Edge CFNY, (sticker here), Talk-formatted AM 640 CFMJ and Classic Rock "Q107" CILQ.
Toronto Maple Leafs.
Donald Trump won the presidential election last night in a contest that very few people predicted correctly. Every election season some folks claim that they are going to move to Canada if their chosen candidate doesn't win. I'm not saying I want to move to Toronto because Trump is a horrific human being (he is), but I wouldn't mind living in this gem of a city because of its magnificence. I've fallen in love with "Hogtown" and can't wait to go back.