Urbani_T is a 3 day event that celebrates urban culture through the best of music, art, fashion and design.
Urbani_T aims to build bridges between designers from Toronto and Montreal and to develop the ecosystem that will help local creative talent shine on the national and international stage.
Multiple CANADIAN designers showcase their upcoming collections. Models are at site struting, posing and interacting with the public.
“The city within a park” – Toronto’s astounding network of ravines is among the largest in the world. It is a network of deep ravines that form a large urban forest that runs throughout much of the city.
The largest ravines are home to the rivers running south to the shores of Lake Ontario from the Oak Ridges moraine: the Humber River, the Don River, and the Rouge River, carrying water, wildlife and people through Ontario’s most densely urbanized area.
继续阅读Toronto Ravine System
One of Canada’s most historic cemeteries, Mount Pleasant has served Toronto since 1876. It is the final resting place of many prominent Canadians, including former prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King; department store magnate Timothy Eaton; a founder of McMaster University and CIBC William McMaster ; and renowned pianist Glenn Gould.
继续阅读Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto