When flying into the city, it’s hard not to notice Toronto’s iconic skyline. Get to know what’s what with our guide to the cityscape.
1. ROGERS CENTRE
Since 1989, the Rogers Centre (then known as the SkyDome) has been home base for the Toronto Blue Jays, as well as host to some of the biggest musical acts in the world. For a time during and after its construction, it was known as the “concrete convertible” for its fully retractable roof.
Make your meetings and events fun, energetic and creative. There’s no shortage of unique team building activities around the city. Here are five of our favourites!
Nothing brings people together faster than a little fear. Experience the thrill of a lifetime at 1,168 feet above the ground at EdgeWalk. We dare you to walk around the outside perimeter of the Western Hemisphere’s tallest attraction and Toronto icon, The CN Tower.