Harbourfront is a beautiful place to chill all year round. There are different festivals and events throughout the year but the best time to visit is during the summer because it is warm and sunny as you can see in this picture 🙂
Queens Park in downtown Toronto, which is the Ontario legislative building.
Near Yonge and Dundas Square, the heart of downtown.
Nathan Philips Square, at the intersection of Queen Street east and Bay Street. It is the site of art displays to cavalcade of lights and a skating rink during winter.
A summer festival on Yonge Street.
One of my favorite places as a newcomer to Toronto is the Eaton Centre. It is situated on 220 Yonge Street and considered a top tourist attraction as a shopping mall. There are more than 200 stores in the mall and you can literally find anything you can ask for.
Canada is considered the birth place of ice hockey and is an official winter sport. The picture depicts a hockey game between the Maple Leafs and Sabres in the Air Canada Centre.
The Ethiopian association organizes an event in Christie Pits Park yearly on September 11 to celebrate Ethiopian New Year. It is a day of concerts, food and a bazaar. You can meet new people and hang out with family and friends on a day filled with fun.