North York is one of the cities that in 1997 City of Toronto Act became a part of the Toronto Mega City, North York has a unique charm being its own brand of multiculuralism. There are many aspects of North York that make up the vast proportion of Toronto living, from its university, historical sites, and various unique neighbourhoods, North York has become a City within a City.
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- Black Creek Pioneer Village To visit Black Creek Pioneer Village is to journey back in time to discover life in early Ontario. The Village is an example of a typical crossroads community found in the Toronto area during the 1800s. Here you will do much more than just learn about history. You will taste it, smell it, touch it, hear it and walk through it. As you explore 40 carefully restored heritage homes, shops & gardens, history will come alive as interpreters and artisans in period dress help you discover how settlers lived, worked and played.
play some jitz and counter-strike at the arcade bumbaclot
- Centre Point Located at Yonge and Steeles, the place is the last bastion within the city of toronto for a one stop shop on Yonge Street.
- Yorkdale Yorkdale Shopping Centre was 1,200,000 sq.ft. when it opened in 1964 with 110 stores. It cost 44 million dollars to build. Today Yorkdale is over 1,600,324 sq.ft. and has over 200 stores and services. An additional 165,000 sq.ft. of state-of-the-art entertainment and retail space have been added in the summer of 1999 thus making a visit to Yorkdale a better shopping experience than ever before. It is the second best mall to visit in Toronto next to Eaton's centre.
- Pacific Mall The Pacific Mall, located north of Scarborough in Markham, is the largest Chinese indoor mall in North America. It is a shopping attraction that incorporates traditional Pacific style market. It has 400 stores selling a large variety of retail goods as well as herbs, prepared Chinese foods and entertainment. Also lots of pirated and illegal goods for sale here.
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Asahi, at the North West Corner of Bathurst and Steeles is a great place to grab a dinner if you aren't in the mood for anything too fancy and very reasonably priced. Staff are also exceptionally friendly.
at the buss stop
$2 for bus fare
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