. 3.2 Line 6 Finch West, Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory, Vote: 14.3 - - - - - 1 Etymology! . Ted Rogers School of Management 1.2 Summer. Expansion to the north end that cost $2 million added 1,249 seats and was completed for the start of the 2010 MLS Season a $120 million renovation to the stadium was officially announced September 23 2014 it includes a second tier of seating that would add 8,400 seats raising the capacity of the stadium to 30,991 New suites washrooms concourse and a roof would also be added Construction began in September 2014 and would be divided into two phases; the completion of the project was set for May 2016 the expansion would accommodate a Canadian football field with artificial turf end-zones when the Toronto Argonauts move to BMO Field in 2016, along with hosting the Grey Cup that year Club culture! . Foster Hewitt sitting at his office desk Foster Hewitt was the Maple Leafs' first radio play-by-play announcer from 1927 to 1968 As a result of both Bell Canada and Rogers Communications having an ownership stake in MLSE Maple Leafs broadcasts are split between the two media companies; with regional TV broadcasts split between Rogers' Sportsnet Ontario and Bell's TSN4. Colour commentary for Bell's television broadcasts is performed by Jamie McLennan and Ray Ferraro while play-by-play is provided by Chris Cuthbert and Gord Miller Colour commentary for Rogers' television broadcasts is performed by Greg Millen while play-by-play is provided by Paul Romanuk. MLSE also operates a regional specialty channel the Leafs Nation Network the Leafs Nation Network broadcasts programming related to the Maple Leafs as well as games for the Toronto Marlies the Maple Leafs' American Hockey League affiliate Like the Maple Leafs television broadcasts radio broadcasts are split evenly between Rogers' CJCL (Sportsnet 590 the Fan) and Bell's CHUM (TSN Radio 1050). Both Bell and Rogers' radio broadcasts have their colour commentary provided by Jim Ralph with play-by-play provided by Joe Bowen Foster Hewitt was the Leafs' first play-by-play broadcaster providing radio play-by-play from 1927 to 1978 in addition he provided play-by-play for television from 1952 to 1958 and colour commentary from 1958 to 1961. Originally aired over CFCA Hewitt's broadcast was picked up by the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission (the CRBC) in 1933 moving to CBC Radio (the CRBC's successor) three years later. As the show was aired on Canadian national radio Hewitt became famous for the phrase "He shoots he scores!" as well as his sign-on at the beginning of each broadcast "Hello Canada and hockey fans in the United States and Newfoundland."[note 2].
. . The G Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education 1833 295,863 +12.3%. Elizabeth St School (1868), F Student Learning Centre from Yonge Street, Toronto encompasses a geographical area formerly administered by many separate municipalities These municipalities have each developed a distinct history and identity over the years and their names remain in common use among Torontonians Former municipalities include East York Etobicoke Forest Hill Mimico North York Parkdale Scarborough Swansea Weston and York Throughout the city there exist hundreds of small neighbourhoods and some larger neighbourhoods covering a few square kilometres The many residential communities of Toronto express a character distinct from the skyscrapers in the commercial core Victorian and Edwardian-era residential buildings can be found in enclaves such as Rosedale Cabbagetown the Annex and Yorkville the Wychwood Park neighbourhood historically significant for the architecture of its homes and for being one of Toronto's earliest planned communities was designated as an Ontario Heritage Conservation district in 1985 the Casa Loma neighbourhood is named after "Casa Loma" a castle built in 1911 by Sir Henry Pellat complete with gardens turrets stables an elevator secret passages and a bowling alley. Spadina House is a 19th-century manor that is now a museum Old Toronto. Hanging a picture in the office $700 the Centre for Innovation in Information Visualization and Data-Driven Design (CIV-DDD) led by York University and funded by the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, is a 5-year research initiative launched in March 2010 to address "innovation and training in information and scientific visualization in Ontario" and consists of a team each from York University OCAD University (directed by Sara Diamond) and the University of Toronto 14 industry partners and a number of international collaborators; and. .