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Head towards Lake Ontario for a leisurely stroll, shopping and culture year-round. The cultural hub, Harbourfront Centre, hosts lectures, theatre performances, music, art exhibits and more. In winter, grab your skates for a spin on the ice at the Natrel Skating Rink, Canada’s largest artificially refrigerated outdoor rink and in summer, catch a live concert spanning classical, world music and dance performances at the Toronto Music Garden. Shop at Queen’s Quay Terminal, an indoor mall with a Canadian focus, while the Museum of Inuit Art specializes in works from the Arctic. Along Queens Quay West, from Bathurst to Yonge streets. Take the Harbourfront LRT (No. 510 streetcar) from Union Station.