A photo tour of outdoor art from the Festival of Banners, Streets Alive, Guitars on Parade, Sixty Sails, Leacock Chairs, and Art Grows Here.
This house in Kitchener, Ontario, now a National Historic Site of Canada, was the boyhood home of veteran Prime Minister of Canada William Lyon Mackenzie King
Stratford's Queens' Park is so inviting with all its' varieties of birds. The swan parade brings an enormous amount of excitement to this already bustling theatre city known as Stratford.
Home of The Queen's Own Rifles, the building is one of Toronto's older, Downtown churches, with which many prominent personalities have been associated
The term 'West Coast' in a Canadian context often conjures up images of bracing winds along the coastline of British Columbia. This certainly is true of Lake Huron, at Grand Bend, Ontario, also!
Dating from 1903, and originally the property of the prominent Wood family, Falconer Hall (originally Wymilwood) has distinguished associations with women's university education, the beginnings of York University and with the University of Toronto's Law Faculty.
Pickering's Barrier Beach makes for interesting studies in local and comparative geography, wildlife and vegetation.
Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica, Ottawa, is the expression of a Neogothic flavour of spires and pinnacles. The building dates from the era when Ottawa was called Bytown.
At the intersection of Queen Street East and Broadview Avenue is a recently renovated structure displaying an historic expression of Richardson Romanesque, dating from 1893.
Dating from 1891/92, the ornate, redbrick building at the intersection of Toronto's Yonge and College Streets is known as Oddfellows' Hall, and was designed by architects Norman B. Dick and Frank W. Wickson.