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#211 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Art Galleries
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#212 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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#213 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
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#214 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Art Museums
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#215 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Children's Museums
Children of all ages engage their imagination with unique interactive activities and displays.
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#216 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Specialty Museums
This interesting museum is dedicated to all aspects of television, its history and how it has affected our lives.
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#217 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Specialty Museums
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#225 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Specialty Museums; Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Learn about the history of North America's second-largest stock market.
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#226 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Art Museums
This museum/gallery limits itself to Canadian artwork created since 1985.
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#227 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Golf Courses
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#228 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Game/ Entertainment Centers
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#229 of 310 attractions in Toronto
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#230 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Unusual, cutting-edge TV station with 100 fixed, remote control cameras located throughout the city.
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#231 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Museums; Historic Sites
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#233 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Golf Courses
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#234 of 310 attractions in Toronto
Category: Parks
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Category: Theaters
Owner description: Toronto Dance Theatre, under the inspired direction of choreographer Christopher House, is internationally recognized for its... more » Owner description: Toronto Dance Theatre, under the inspired direction of choreographer Christopher House, is internationally recognized for its passionate, intelligent contemporary dance. « less
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Owner description: The choreography of this local dance favorite is noted for its athleticism, theatricality, humor, and passionate social... more » Owner description: The choreography of this local dance favorite is noted for its athleticism, theatricality, humor, and passionate social vision. The company performs both new works and revivals of modern-dance classics. Refreshing, fun, and exuberant. « less
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Owner description: Factory Theatre is a vibrant centre of new play development - a hub of theatrical activity, presenting cutting-edge Canadian... more » Owner description: Factory Theatre is a vibrant centre of new play development - a hub of theatrical activity, presenting cutting-edge Canadian theatre - committed to diversity in its portrayal of the Canadian experience in its broadest form - contemporary, edgy, embracing creative risk.Founded in 1970, Factory was first theatre to announce that it would develop, produce and present exclusively Canadian plays. For the first time, an industry dominated by British and American playwrights saw the emergence of groundbreaking original Canadian theatre. The company is known as “the home of the Canadian playwright”. In addition to its commitment to original Canadian theatre, Factory has led the way in promoting diversity in theatre, reflecting the Canadian experience from many perspectives. This bold commitment to exclusively Canadian theatre has translated into the production of more than 300 new Canadian plays, extensive awards and a committed audience base. Over the years, Factory has been led by such illustrious members of Canadian theatre as the founding artistic director Ken Gass,Bob White,Jackie Maxwell, and Michael SpringateFactory Theatre’s artistic directors have also occupied leadership roles in theatre across Canada – including the Shaw Festival, National Arts Centre, Banff Playwrights Colony, Alberta Theatre Projects, Playwrights Workshop of Montreal, the Charlottetown Festival, the National Theatre School, University of Toronto and more. Factory Theatre’s current Co-Artistic Directors are Nina Lee Aquino and Nigel Shawn Williams. Factory has launched the careers of some of the country’s leading playwrights and theatre artists – from George F. Walker to Anusree Roy. « less
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Owner description: Artistic director Serge Bennathan's nine-person company has gained international recognition for its provocative mix of... more » Owner description: Artistic director Serge Bennathan's nine-person company has gained international recognition for its provocative mix of stylized physical movement and theater. One of the best-known works in its repertoire is Sable/Sand, which won a Dora Award for choreography. « less
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Owner description: This small company is dedicated to performing works that express and dramatize the native Canadian experience. Playwright... more » Owner description: This small company is dedicated to performing works that express and dramatize the native Canadian experience. Playwright Thomson Highway, who authored Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing, was one of the company's founders. « less
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