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Frigid Toronto 1 : Downtown Miscellaneous

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A very cold day in Toronto, where temperatures of -20C are common during the winter. These photos were taken on January 23rd. The temperature hovered around -14C when the photos were taken.

18 Yorkvile, a 36-storey tower in downtown Toronto, nears completion.

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Nearby Yonge and Bloor intersection :

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Toronto's upscale shopping area and emerging condominium construction zone - Yorkville :

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Queen's Park and the Ontario Legislature Building were deserted on this cold day.

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Union Station is the largest railway station in Toronto. It serves both commuters (in a different hall) and intercity trains (out of this grand hall) :

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More photos are found :

http://www.skyscraperpage.com/forum/showth...?threadid=67214

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Beautiful pics of a beautiful city. And I wouldn't say it is common to be -20C week-over-week in Toronto, however it is a colder winter climate then most major North American cities yes.

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