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St. Andrew's Evangelical Lutheran Church focuses mainly on the Latvians and Estonians living in Toronto. Dating back to the 1830s era, this historical church continues to offer religious services. For more details, check website.
Established in 1948, this public university's focal area is career and technical education. Ryerson University is one of the top educational institutions of the country and has more than 100 undergraduate and graduate courses. It is among the two Ontario universities to have aerospace engineering.
Located on the Ryerson University campus is the Kerr Hall which was built in 1960's. The hall is a series of building that go on to form the Ryerson Community Park. The hall was built on the site of Toronto Normal School and was designed by architect Burwell R. Coon.
The First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Toronto is located at Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The church dates back to the 1850s era and continues to offer religious services. For more details, check website.
The Ryerson University Library is an academic library established in 1974. With a jaw-dropping collection of 3,700 print journal titles and 500,000 books the library stands 11 story tall. Built with the Brutalist style of architecture, the library has over $2 million of electronic resources.
St. Luke's United Church is located at Toronto, Canada. The church strives for the betterment of the entire community and offers religious services to its neighborhood. For more details, check website.
Dundas (TTC) is a subway train station at Dundas Street in Toronto, Ontario. The station is connected to complexes such as 10 Dundas Street, the Toronto Eaton Center and the Atrium on the Bay. Built in 1954, the northwest entrance of the station features Cross Section, an artwork by William McElcheran, which shows a busy urban scene consisting of commuters, their dogs, businessmen etc.
The Carlu is a historic venue that hosts fund raisers, awards ceremonies and even business conventions. Catering is also undertaken, and with a little help from the in-house consultants, you may choose from a variety of cuisines. Drinks, including non-alcoholic beverages and spring water, are also served during events.
St. Michael's hospital is known as the inner-city “angel.” It's a teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto, and prides itself on heart diseases and trauma research. It also offers internal medicines and women health services.
Like so many other streets, schools and buildings, the Lord Dufferin Junior And Senior Public School too is named after this famous Lord who charmed his way into the hearts of his people. Built in 1920, this co-educational school welcomes students from all parts of the world and encourages diversity. Its courses are designed so as to allow a maximum all-round development including steel bands, drumming courses, graphic art, athletics and more.
The Apple Store at Eaton Centre caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Built in 1847, Church of the Holy Trinity can lay claim to being Toronto's oldest, a peaceful oasis in the midst of downtown hustle and bustle. Well-known singing group The Cowboy Junkies recorded their CD "Trinity Sessions" within this magnificent, acoustically perfect Victorian-styled chapel. Free concerts are presented on Mondays in Church of the Holy Trinity throughout the summer. Aside from its emphasis on the arts, the church itself has many fine examples of stained glass and carvings as well as paintings. Tours of the church are available by appointment.