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TORONTO INFORMATION

Someone opened the 'civic pride' bottle in Toronto fifty years ago and couldn't re-cork it! It is Canada's biggest city and is home to an amazing array of sharp and sleek architecture that'll leave a lasting impression. It is all very modern and is in effect still growing. Toronto is a global city, exerting significant regional, national, and international influence, and is one of the world's most multicultural and ethnically diverse cities. It is Canada's financial centre and economic engine, as well as one of the country's most important cultural, art, and health sciences centres. Stretching along the northern shore of Lake Ontario, it boasts a great variety of museums, thriving arts community and a neat coastal development.
On the Web: Toronto Convention & Visitors Association
ARENA INFORMATION TRAVELING AROUND TORONTO
-Name: Air Canada Center
-Location: Toronto, ON
-Tenant: Toronto Raptors

-Capacity: 19,800
-Opened: February 21, 1999
-Cost: $265 Million

-Address: 40 Bay Street
Toronto, ON M5J-2N8
On the Web: Air Canada Center
-Public Transit: The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) currently operates the public transit system in Toronto, with easy to navigate subways, buses and streetcars.
                On the Web:
TTC
-Taxi: Maple Leaf Taxi: 416-465-5555
       
    Emerald Taxi: 416-590-9000
-Parking: Pay lots available downtown
                On the Web: Downtown Parking
-Alternatives: PATH underground walkway

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Maps and Directions
Find Great Toronto Raptors Tickets at the Air Canada Center Here!
HOTELS NEAR THE AIR CANADA CENTER

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ATTRACTIONS AROUND TORONTO

-CN Tower: At 553.3 meters, this is officially the world's tallest building. Features an exterior, glass-floored observation deck, 342 meters above ground.
 Location:
301 Front Street West - Map

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Casa Loma: A visit to Toronto's grand castle estate is like stepping back into the Edwardian era. Tour 98 richly decorated rooms.
 Location: One Austin Terrace
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-Hockey Hall of Fame
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The hall, located in BCE Place, features an interactive, hands-on account of the evolution of Canada's game.
 Location:
30 Yonge Street - Map

ALL ATTRACTIONS ARE WITHIN THE CITY

 

POPULAR RESTAURANTS

-Dimmi: This restaurant has gone back to the basics with offerings of pizza and pasta.
 Location:
140 Cumberland Street - Map
-Jump Cafe & Bar:
Mains include an Australian Rack of Lamb, Veal, and a savory Sea Bass.
 Location: 16 Wellington St. West - Map
-Hoops Sports Bar & Grill:
The bar has re-invented itself as a friendly neighborhood place where you can have a drink and some pub grub
 Location:
458 Yonge Street - Map

ALL RESTAURANTS ARE WITHIN THE CITY

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-Parking: Public parking available on Queens Quay, Bay Street and surrounding area. There are more than 13,000 public parking spaces within immediate walking distance of the arena.

AREA WEATHER LOCAL MEDIA

TELEVISION STATIONS

   -CBLT-TV    -CITY-TV
   -CFMT-TV    -CJMT-TV
   -CFTO-TV  

RADIO STATIONS

   -590AM CJCL Raptors Flagship Radio
LOCAL NEWSPAPER: Toronto Star

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