Trillium Park

Address955 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON M6K 3B9

Trillium Park is a park in Toronto owned and operated by the Government of Ontario. Various Ontario landscapes inspired the park design. The William G. Davis Trail passes through the park connecting it to the Martin Goodman Trail.

R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant

Address2701 Queen St E, Scarborough, ON M4E 1H4

The R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is both a crucial piece of infrastructure and an architecturally acclaimed historic building named after the longtime commissioner of Toronto's public works Roland Caldwell Harris

Dieppe Gardens

Address78 Riverside Dr W, Windsor, ON N9A 0A3

Riverfront park featuring a pond & waterfall, gardens, memorials, picnic tables, benches & more.

A good view of the Detroit city. The riverfront is really cool and have great sidewalks and we'll maintained garden. It's pretty good in the evening time to see the lighted up Detroit city.

The Globe and Mail Center Rooftop

Address351 King St E #1600, Toronto, ON M5A 0N1

The Globe and Mail Centre offers elegant event spaces with panoramic city and lake views, on the top floor of the new headquarters of Canada’s leading news organization

The Globe and Mail Centre is a 17-storey building, on King Street East, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that houses the offices of The Globe and Mail newspaper, and other tenants. The building is adjacent to the former offices of rival newspaper the Toronto Sun, towering over it.

Belfountain Village Church & Conservation Area

Belfountain is a picturesque Hamlet on the Forks of the Credit Road. You will discover a beautiful conservation area with historic sites, trails, and a swing bridge

Guild Park & Gardens

Address201 Guildwood Pkwy, Scarborough, ON M1E, Canada

Guild Park and Gardens is a public park in the Scarborough district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The park was formerly the site of an artist colony and is notable for its collection of relics saved from the demolition of buildings primarily in downtown Toronto arranged akin to ancient ruins

Sherman Falls

Sherman Falls is a 17-metre-high curtain waterfall found in Ancaster Heights, the western end of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The watercourse is Ancaster Creek. Alternative names for the Sherman Falls include; Smith's Falls and Whitton Falls. Also known as Farah Falls, after the family name of current property owners.

Heart Lake Conservation Park

Address10818 Heart Lake Rd, Brampton, ON L6Z 0B3

Heart Lake Conservation Area occupies 169 hectares in the Etobicoke Creek watershed, within the City of Brampton, Ontario. It is owned and managed by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.

The Distillery Historic District

Address55 Mill St, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

A collection of boutiques, galleries, cafes & restaurants now take the place of a former distillery.


Address40 Elizabeth St S, Brampton, ON L6Y 1R1

This 19th century mansion offers privacy, elegant surroundings and impeccable services to meet your needs. The Alderlea is an iconic heritage building, meticulously restored to create the perfect venue for weddings, social gatherings and corporate events.

Chinguacousy Park

Address9050 Bramalea Rd, Brampton, ON L6S 6G7

Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park, colloquially known as Chinguacousy Park, is a large 40-hectare park in the Bramalea section of Brampton, Ontario. It is bounded by Queen Street East on the southeast, Bramalea Road on the northeast, and Central Park Drive on the north and west sides.

Flight Centre and Flying Club

Address13961 McLaughlin Rd, Cheltenham, ON L7C 3L7

Museum exhibiting replicas of WWI airplanes, aviation-related memorabilia, dioramas & more.

Kariya Park

Address3620 Kariya Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 3J2

Serene green space featuring Japanese-inspired gardens, walkways & structures, plus a duck pond.

Brampton Downtown & Gage Park

Address45 Main St S, Brampton, ON L6Y 1M9

Gage Park is an urban park in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. It is Brampton's oldest municipal park, originally opened in 1903. The park offers floral gardens, a gazebo, large trees, a fountain, trails for rollerblading and jogging, a children's play area, a wading pool, and summer evening concerts.

Scarborough Bluffs Park

The Scarborough Bluffs, also known as The Bluffs, is an escarpment in the Scarborough district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. There are nine parks along the bluffs, with Bluffers Park being the only one with a beach.