. . The idea towards a streamlined local government to control local infrastructure was made as early as 1907 by member of federal Parliament and founder of the Toronto Globe William Findlay Maclean who called for the expansion of the government of the former City of Toronto in order to create a Greater Toronto the idea for a single government municipality would not be seriously explored until the late 1940s when planners decided the city needed to incorporate its immediate suburbs However due to strong opposition from suburban politicians a compromise was struck which resulted in the creation of Metropolitan Toronto in 1953 the portion of York County south of Steeles Avenue a concession road and township boundary was severed from the county and incorporated as the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. With the concession of Metro Toronto the offices of York County were moved from Toronto to Newmarket Originally the membership in Metropolitan Toronto included the City of Toronto and five townships: East York Etobicoke North York Scarborough and York; as well as seven villages and towns which became amalgamated into their surrounding townships in 1967 the early Metro Toronto government debated over the annexation of surrounding townships of Markham Pickering and Vaughan the first Metro Toronto Chairman Frederick Goldwin Gardiner planned on the conversion of these townships into boroughs of the Metro Toronto government in 1971 the remaining areas of York County was replaced by the Ontario government with the Regional Municipality of York in 1974 Ontario and Durham Counties were reorganized to become the Regional Municipality of Durham; Pickering west of Rouge River was transferred to Scarborough at that time Peel County became Peel Region in 1974 as well in 1980 North York would be incorporated into a city with York following suit in 1983 and Etobicoke and Scarborough in 1984 although still part of the Metropolitan Toronto municipal government Satellite image of Toronto during the mid-1980s, Overview MLS Cup MVP The Ted Rogers School of Management is a recognized leader in entrepreneurship education in Canada and houses the Ryerson University Entrepreneurship Program one of the largest entrepreneurship programs in Canada Graduate studies consist of an MBA with a global focus and an MBA in the Management of Technology and Innovation the school also offers a Master of Management Science (MScM) in the Management of Technology and Innovation The acceptance rate of Ted Rogers School of Management's MBA program is 25% the second lowest of 39 Canadian MBA programs ranked by Financial Post in March 2012 In the 2009-2010 academic year Ryerson introduced two new majors to the Business Management program: Law & Business and Global Management Studies the Global Management Studies major is a successor of the Management major last offered in 2010-2011 In fall 2013 Ted Rogers School of Management launched a new School of Accounting and Finance Accounting and Finance majors are exclusively offered through the School of Accounting and Finance and are no longer attainable through the Business Management Program Ted Rogers School of Management logo. 2 Industrial architecture 3.1 Pre European contact Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory. . .
Completed in 1848 St Michael's Cathedral is one of many examples of Gothic Revival architecture in Toronto One of the most common institutions in Toronto are the large number of churches and other houses of worship in the 19th and early 20th century Toronto was home to a wide array of Christian denominations each of which erected a wide array of churches in what is today central Toronto Over time the decrease in population in the core and the move away from mainline denominations has seen many of these churches disappear Many still remain and they are some of the more notable buildings in the city While some very early churches were in the Georgian style Gothic Revival became the dominant Gothic Revival was used for essentially all major Protestant churches in Toronto up until the early 1950s Roman Catholic churches were also most often Gothic though Italianate and Baroque churches were also erected the coming of modernism caused churches of all denominations to move away from the Gothic and embrace modernist architecture with a wide array of designs These are the typical church style found in the suburbs that were created after the Second World War Toronto has had an important Jewish community since the late 19th century Originally several synagogues were erected in the downtown and a handful survive today After the Second World War the Jewish community recentred upon the Bathurst Street corridor During the late 20th century and the early 21st century a wide number of other religious groups have grown to considerable numbers in Toronto and constructed traditional religious structures in the city Several mosques as well as Buddhist and Hindu temples have been built One of the most notable is the Hindu BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Toronto which opened in the northwest of the city in 2007 Cultural architecture, One King Street West is a hotel that incorporated a postmodern tower into the former Dominion Bank building the original building was completed in 1914 Many of Toronto's early hotels were small inns and taverns that were built along each of the major routes out of the city the oldest surviving hotel in Toronto is Montgomery's Inn which was built in 1832 the Lambton House is another surviving hotel structure that also served those travelling on Dundas Both hotels had since been converted as museums The arrival of the railroad in the mid-nineteenth century dramatically changed travel patterns and new hotels from this era were clustered around the railroad stations Outside the central core smaller hotels grew up to serve the stations in what were then the outer reaches of the city in the west these included the Gladstone Hotel and the Drake Hotel while in the east New Broadview House Hotel and the New Edwin Hotel were built The twentieth century saw a new generation of hotels much larger and more monumental than before as the skyscraper came to prominence the King Edward Hotel was established in 1903 and is the oldest major hotel still in operation in the city in 1927 the Queen's was demolished and replaced by the Royal York Hotel At the time the new hotel was the tallest building in Canada and quickly became the city's most elite lodging in the northern part of the city this era also saw the erection of the Park Plaza in 1929 The 1970s and 1980s saw a number of major hotel projects in central Toronto with the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hilton Sutton Place and Four Seasons adding thousands of new rooms to the market the economic downturn at the end of the 1980s saw several hotels run into financial trouble Since the mid-2000s a booming real estate market especially in downtown Toronto has led to a number of new hotel projects often in combination with condominium projects An unprecedented number of major hotel projects were completed in central Toronto including the St Regis Toronto (formerly known as Trump International Hotel and Tower then the Adelaide Hotel Toronto) the Ritz-Carlton Living Shangri-La and a new Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Toronto Main Streets, The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is the most populous metropolitan area in Canada it consists of the central city Toronto along with 25 surrounding municipalities distributed among four regional municipalities: Durham Halton Peel and York. According to the 2016 census the Greater Toronto Area has a population of 6,417,516 The regional span of the Greater Toronto Area is sometimes combined with the city of Hamilton located west of Halton Region to form the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area the Greater Toronto Area anchors a much larger urban agglomeration known as the Golden Horseshoe Contents. . . Peterborough Fan base See also: History of Toronto! . Further information: Canadian soccer clubs in international competitions 3 Academics The TDSB's Parent and Community Involvement Policy describes ways in which "parents the community students staff and the Board" are working together. One option is the Parent Involvement Advisory Committee Parents can design and propose a new school in the TDSB There is a 2-year process for review approval and opening the school Collaboration with Black Lives Matter; . .
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