Toronto has the one of the largest Chinatowns in North America. It is centred around the intersection of Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue, and extends outward from this point along both streets. It has grown significantly over the years and has come to reflect a diverse set of Asian cultures through its shops and restaurants, including Chinese, Vietnamese, and Thai.
(Cribbed from Wikipedia)
York's first church was built on this site on King Street in 1803-07.
That frame building was enlarged in 1818-19 and replaced by a larger one in 1831.
The first incumbent was the Rev. George Okill Stuart, who served from 1800 to 1812 when he was succeeded by the Rev. John Strachan, later the first bishop of Toronto.
The second church burned in 1839.
Toronto's first cathedral was then erected on the site but was destroyed in the great fire of 1849.
The present cathedral was begun in 1850, opened for divine service in 1853 and was completed in 1874. (Historical Plaque on the front lawn)
The Financial District along Bay Street contains the largest cluster of skyscrapers in Canada, including the First Canadian Place, Toronto Dominion Centre, Scotia Plaza, Royal Bank Plaza, Commerce Court and BCE Place. (Wikipedia)