2 Geography Main articles: Agriculture in Upper Canada and Corn Laws Thanks to its vast hinterland Toronto designers have had access to a wide array of raw materials for construction Due to the clay sediments of the former lake bed that Toronto is built upon and but more prominently the shale layer underlying this area of North America brick has been an especially cheap and available material for almost the city's entire history Much of it was provided by the Don Valley Brick Works Domtar's brick division Canada Brick and Brampton Brick whose output can still be found in thousands of structures across the city and throughout the surrounding regions Throughout the city most homes from all eras are made of brick Commercial and industrial builders also long embraced brick with the Distillery District being a prominent example though today more efficient materials such as cinder blocks are more common for commercial projects Prominent landmarks have also gone to greater expense and generally eschewed simple brick Older banks and government buildings used stone and modern attempts to marvel have embraced modern materials such as concrete and aluminum in addition to extensive glazing Even today the overwhelming bulk of residential buildings constructed in Toronto are clad in brick Sandstone was also historically a readily available building material with large deposits quarried from the Credit River valley More expensive than brick but more ornate it was used for many early landmarks such as the Ontario Legislature Old City Hall and Victoria College It is also the main material used in the unique Annex style house Industrial architecture. The Toronto Maple Leafs acknowledge an affiliation with 75 inductees of the Hockey Hall of Fame the 75 inductees include 62 former players as well as 13 builders of the sport the Maple Leafs have the greatest number of players inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame of any NHL team the 13 individuals recognized as builders of the sport include former Maple Leafs broadcasters executives head coaches and other personnel relating to the club's operations Inducted in 2017 Dave Andreychuk was the latest Maple Leafs player to be inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame In addition to players and builders five broadcasters for the Maple Leafs were also awarded the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award from the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984 Foster Hewitt a radio broadcaster was awarded the Hall of Fame's inaugural Foster Hewitt Memorial Award an award named after Hewitt Hewitt was already inducted as a builder in the Hall of Fame prior to the award's inception. Other Maple Leafs broadcasters that received the award include Wes McKnight in 1986 Bob Cole in 2007 Bill Hewitt in 2007 and Joe Bowen in 2018 Designed in the Beaux-Art style Union Station was completed in 1927 [icon], three Deputy City Managers (including one as Chief Financial Officer), New Democrat Seats: 0 1 3 2 8 0. .
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