Toronto’s commercial projects are big, big business.
Here are the ones we know about.1.
The Ontario Lottery (OTLC) is one of the most well-known of Toronto’s major businesses.
It operates on a large scale, and has been in business for almost 200 years.
They hold over 30% of all lottery ticket sales in the country.2.
The Scarborough subway is one the city’s most-watched projects.
It is expected to open in 2020 and will carry more than a million passengers a day.3.
The $500 million waterfront park will be open to the public in the fall.
It will include a skate park, a canoeing dock, a riverwalk, and a tennis court.4.
The Gardiner Expressway is a massive, over-burdened artery in the city, connecting the downtown with the north end of the Toronto Islands.
It opened in 2016.5.
The City of Brampton’s Waterfront Park will be built on the site of the former Niagara Falls Golf Course, which is now a shopping mall.6.
The Toronto Zoo is a popular tourist attraction, with more than 60,000 visitors a day from all over the world.7.
The new CN Tower in downtown Toronto is expected be the tallest building in North America by 2020.8.
The iconic CN Tower is set to open later this year.9.
The University of Toronto is home to the world-renowned research institution.10.
The newly refurbished St. Lawrence Seaport has been transformed into a popular international cruise destination.
It also has a spa, shopping, a theatre, and restaurants.11.
The CN Tower has been re-purposed as the city skyline for more than 40 years.
It features a large, curved glass dome, reflecting the sun.
It was originally built in 1929 as part of the City’s plan to build a World Trade Center in New York.12.
The downtown waterfront park is a major shopping district and cultural attraction.
It includes a giant fountain, shops, restaurants, a skating rink, and lots of shops and restaurants, as well as a shopping arcade.13.
The TTC’s fleet of subway cars is one a world-class network of vehicles.
It’s been in operation for almost 100 years.14.
The GO Transit subway line is a network of rapid transit systems that connects Toronto with the rest of the country in three directions.15.
The Rideau Canal is a 2,700-kilometre long, water-filled, scenic river that connects Montreal and the City.
It runs through the heart of Toronto, with beautiful views of the Niagara Escarpment.16.
The city’s subway system is the world’s largest, connecting Toronto with a growing network of rail lines, as Toronto becomes a more attractive destination for tourists.17.
The Yonge-University-Spadina Subway Line is one section of a network that includes the Toronto Pearson International Airport, the Pearson International Convention Centre, and the Toronto Eaton Centre.18.
The Etobicoke Station and the CN Tower are among the tallest buildings in the world, and are one of Canada’s tallest buildings.19.
The York University campus is one one of Toronto City’s most popular educational institutions.
It offers a wide variety of academic and residential programs, including a number of undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral programs.20.
The world’s biggest concert venue, The Globe and Mail Ballroom, is located on the waterfront, overlooking the city.
It has been open for more the past four years.21.
The Canada Line Railway is the third longest train in North American, and is operated by Metrolinx.22.
The Lake Shore Boulevard streetcar runs from the airport to the Scarborough Town Centre.23.
The Canadian Museum of Nature and Science (CMOS) is the largest museum in North North America, located on Exhibition Place in downtown Scarborough.24.
The Niagara Falls is a spectacular waterfall on Lake Ontario, and its spectacular views have attracted many people from around the world since the 1980s.25.
The Ryerson University campus in Toronto is the home of the prestigious university, and hosts some of Canada ‘s most prestigious research programs.26.
The Eaton Centre is a world famous shopping centre, and it is home not only to some of the largest department stores in the North American market, but also to some world-famous brands.27.
The Rogers Arena is a nationally-recognized arena that is used to host many Canadian and international sporting events, and was the home to many hockey tournaments during the 1960s and 1970s.28.
The Bloor-Danforth subway line, which runs through Toronto, is one part of a system that includes GO Transit, the Toronto-York Spadina Expressway, the Scarborough-Danzig Subway, and GO Bus Rapid Transit (BRT).29.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is one in a number that have been designed to house patients with severe conditions,