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Caledon Country Club

2121 Olde Baseline Rd., Caledon

This beautiful 18-hole public course provides the private club experience with extensive amenities such as a pro shop and clubhouse

Campbell House

160 Queen St. W., Toronto

The 1822 home of Sir William Campbell, the sixth chief justice of Upper Canada. Tues.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Victoria Day

Canada’s Walk of Fame

60 Simcoe St., Toronto

A granite tribute to Canadians who have achieved fame in the fields of music, literature, journalism, dance, sports, acting, entertainment

Canada’s Wonderland

9580 Jane St., Vaughan

Opens May 1, 2016; open daily starting May 12 to September 6. A theme park with attractions and more than

Canadian Broadcasting Centre

250 Front St. W., Toronto

A striking postmodern building that’s home to Canada’s public radio and television networks. The building houses three major television production

Canadian Football Hall Of Fame And Museum

58 Jackson St. W., Hamilton

The permanent home of the Grey Cup includes 30,000 football artifacts such as trophies, jerseys and photographs. Interactive exhibits include

Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

Hamilton Airport, 9280 Airport Rd., Hamilton

A family-oriented museum with authentic trainers, fighters and bomber planes in fighting condition. Interactive flight displays allow you to test

Casa Loma

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto

Perched above a hilltop, the city’s castle was built from 1911 to 1914 by financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Designed

Centennial Park Golf Lessons

550 Centennial Park Blvd., Toronto

Highly-qualified CPGA instructors use only approved teaching methods to help golfers improve their game. Fundamental skills are developed through use


Toronto Islands, Toronto

A 14-acre theme park located on Centre Island that’s designed to look like a turn-of-the-19th-century Ontario village. Rides include a

Chudleigh’s Entertainment Farm

9528 Hwy. 25, Halton Hills

Open daily July 1-Oct. 31. Sprawling farm with orchards for apple picking. Plus many attractions for kids including a petting

City of Toronto Archives

255 Spadina Rd., Toronto

Rotating exhibits and presentations focus on the history of Toronto. Visitors can look up archival records in the Research Hall

City Pass


Visit five Toronto attractions while saving time and money. Sites include the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Ontario

Citysightseeing Toronto

123 Front St. W., Toronto

This all-inclusive sightseeing package includes an open-air, double-decker city tour through Toronto’s neighbourhoods and also a scenic cruise through the



Architectural historian Marta O’Brien leads walking tours of the city that are approximately two hours in length. Tour options include

Classic Bowl

3055 Dundas St. W., Mississauga

Canada’s premier bowling centre with more than 70,000 square feet of family fun and entertainment. Enjoy the ultimate bowling experience,

CN Tower

301 Front St. W., Toronto

The city’s iconic tower measures 553.33-metres high. Canadian National (CN) built the tower in 1976 to illustrate the might of

Colborne Lodge

Colborne Lodge Drive, Toronto

This Regency picturesque villa built in 1837 is decorated with most of its original furnishings and watercolours of early Toronto
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