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Bay Street HR, Toronto

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  • Bay street is the financial district with all the bank like CIBC Commerce Court at King and Bay, BMO, TD. Also all the brokerage houses. There is also an underground concourse with shopping that runs ...  more »
  • Bay street is one of Torontos prwmier landscapes looking North to Old City Hall. Great postcard view. But tall buildings can be inspiring if you leave Bay Street and explore courtyards where you just ...  more »
  • I've never really thought of Bay Street as an attraction, but I suppose the stretch south of Queen is noteworthy for the bank towers. Between Queen and Bloor it's a bit more dead (mostly condos and ap...  more »