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Jessica
Jessica
October 2, 2018
A small but nice city park to either walk through or go running if you need to get your cardio in.
Edgardo
Edgardo
September 25, 2018
Equal to any Central Park
Carly
Carly
August 1, 2018
A nice park to go for a walk. It is a parliament building with nice Victorian architecture. Good spot for a picnic or to go for a jog.
Jason
Jason
May 17, 2018
The Ontario Provincial Parliament building is just down the street. Worth Checking out if you are into History, Politics or both.
Anne
Anne
May 9, 2018
A great place to a quiet stroll in downtown Toronto. You can book a free tour of the Legislature building or watch the Ontario government live in action.

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