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Toronto Maple Leafs Legends Row - 2017 - Right to Left View
A photo of Toronto Maple Leafs Legends Row. In front of then, Air Canada Centre. The players are Ted Kennedy, Darryl Sittler, Johnny Bower, Borje Salming, George Armstrong, Syl Apps, Mats Sundin, Dave Keon, Turk Broda and Tim Horton, Charlie Conacher, Red Kelly, Frank Mahovlich and Wendel Clark. In the front are Bower and Broda.
Toronto Maple Leafs Legends Row - 2017 - Left to Right View
A photo of Toronto Maple Leafs Legends Row. In front of then, Air Canada Centre. The players are Ted Kennedy, Darryl Sittler, Johnny Bower, Borje Salming, George Armstrong, Syl Apps, Mats Sundin, Dave Keon, Turk Broda and Tim Horton, Charlie Conacher, Red Kelly, Frank Mahovlich and Wendel Clark.
Toronto Blue Jays - ALCS - 2016 - Rogers Centre
View of the Rogers Centre stadium , during a 2016 ALCS game against the Cleveland Indians.
|Photo Attributes:||Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto, 1989, Canada, 2016, Blue Jays Way, Front Street, Rogers Centre, Ontario, Toronto Blue Jays, |
Toronto Blue Jays - Upper Deck - Rogers Centre
Photo at 2009 Toronto Blue Jays baseball game. Taken from the upper deck at Rogers Centre.
|Photo Attributes:||Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto, 1989, Canada, 2009, Blue Jays Way, Front Street, Rogers Centre, Ontario, Toronto Blue Jays, |
Nightshot of Yonge Street Toronto at Front Street
Photo looking north on Yonge Street in Toronto at the intersection of Front Street. Viewable are the Hockey Hall of Fame, Scotia Tower and the One King Street Tower.
|Canada Links:||Canada - Wikipedia|
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|Official web site for the Government of Canada.|
|Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame Links:||Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame - Official Site|
|from site: In the winter of 1973 a group of racetrackers came to the conclusion that the industry had been negligent in its failure to properly honour its pioneers and horses, as well as the contemporary heroes of Canadian racing. These men – writers, broadcasters, publicists and officials from both the Thoroughbred and Standardbred industry – proclaimed that it was time to pay homage to the people who had built and established the roots of horse racing in Canada. |
|Ontario Links:||Government of Ontario, Canada|
|Official Governtment site for the province of Ontario.|
|Toronto Links:||City of Toronto - Wikipedia|
|from site: Toronto is the most populous city in Canada, and the capital of the province of Ontario. In 2011, Toronto had a population of 2,615,060, making it the fourth most populous city in North America, after Mexico City, New York City, and Los Angeles. The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is the most populous metropolitan area in Canada, with 5,583,064 people living in the census metropolitan area as of 2011. Classified as an alpha global c|
|toronto.ca | Official website for the City of Toronto|
|from site: New to the city? How to get there, what to do and where to go. Enjoy special events, explore city museums, cultural centres, and shop in downtown's underground walkway|
|Woodbine Entertainment Group Links:||Woodbine Entertainment Group - Official Site|
|from site: Founded in 1881, Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG), formerly the Ontario Jockey Club, is the largest operator of horse racing in Canada. With established best-practices in integrity and safety, WEG has solidified its position as a world-leader in the sport of horse racing. Approximately eighty per cent of Ontario’s pari-mutuel wagering is through WEG’s distribution network. WEG is the engine which drives Ontario’s horse racing industry which generates...|
|Woodbine Racetrack Links:||Woodbine Racetrack - official site|
|Official site ofor Woodbine Racetrack|
|Woodbine Racetrack - wikipedia|
|from site: Woodbine Racetrack is a Canadian race track for thoroughbred and standardbred racing at 555 Rexdale Blvd. in the city of Toronto, Ontario formerly in Etobicoke. It is the only horse racing track in North America which stages, or is capable of staging, thoroughbred and standardbred horse racing programs on the same day. However its sister track, Mohawk Raceway located in Campbellville, Ontario hosts most of the major standardbred races in the summer.|
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