CN Tower

With over 550 metres tall, CN Tower is a fantastic attraction in Toronto!

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Blue Jays Game

It’s baseball time at Rogers Centre stadium! 
Quest students always have a great time watching a professional baseball , with game the Toronto Blue Jays team.
In addition, it’s an awesome activity filled with laughter, cheering, shouting and fun.


*Fun fact: The name “Blue Jays” comes from a bird found in Canada called “the blue jay.” 
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Toronto Island

Located in Lake Ontario, it is a group of 15 islands connected to each other by pathways and bridges.
Toronto Island is a fantastic place to walk, run, have a picnic, ride a bike and take a lot of pictures enjoying the perfect view.


*Fun fact: Originally, Toronto Island was a peninsula but in the 1850s some storms flooded the peninsula’s sand pits and then permanently separated the peninsula from the mainland, creating the Eastern Gap and the Island that we love nowadays.
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Niagara Falls

About 130 km away from Toronto, Niagara Falls is one of the most recognized waterfalls in the world.
The falls are approximately 12,000 years old and are actually made up of three separate waterfalls: the American falls, the Bridal Veil Falls (named for its resemblance to a bride’s veil) and the largest, the Horseshoe Falls.



*Fun fact: The waters of the Niagara River are used by a combined Canada/United States population of more than 1,000,000 people for a wide range of purposes such as drinking, fishing, recreation and hydro-power generation.
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Canada’s Wonderland

Opened in 1981, Canada’s Wonderland is ranked second in the world by number of roller coasters.
It is considered a must go attraction for anyone who is visiting Toronto. This year, the students had the opportunity to enjoy the new roller coaster: Yukon Strike. A freaking amazing experience over a 90-degree drop and reaching speeds of 130 km/h.


*Fun Fact: In 2017, Canada’s Wonderland was the most visited seasonal amusement park in North America with an estimated 3.76 million visitors.
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Royal Ontario Museum

A huge place where spectacular displays of art, culture, and nature are combined. 
One of the largest museums in North America, and Canada’s largest museum of World Culture and Natural History.


*Fun fact: ROM was created in 1912 and is Canada’s largest museum of history and world cultures with over six million objects in its collections and galleries.
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CN Tower

The icon of Toronto, in 1995, the CN Tower was declared one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World
by the American Society of Civil Engineers. (repeats the previous point).
The CN Tower is a communication and observation tower located in Toronto.
The original building was completed in 1976 and held the record for the world’s tallest free-standing
structure for 32 years until 2007.



*Fun fact: In 1995, the CN Tower was classified as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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