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Afterwards, we will go to celebrate the maple syrup festival. Sightseeing tour includes Parliament Hill, Peace Tower, Centennial Flame and Rideau Canal, and visiting two classical museums (War Museum and Civilization Museum).

It's not only candies and desserts made from maple syrup, but also an opportunity to participate in the extraction and refinement of maple sap into syrup. Then the group departs for Kingston, visiting Kingston Fortress. Thank you for your email, For hotels please note that usually 3* standard hotel is used, which is not located in the city centre / by attraction, but usually about 30-40 minutes drive in some suburb or city nearby.

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Carnegie Corporation of New York granted $350,000 to TPL for a new central library and three branch libraries on the condition that the city would provide the land and guarantee $35,000 a year to support the library. Reference collection transferred from old Central Library (renamed Church Street Branch).

Toronto's Carnegie Libraries - Central Reference Library A circulating library, College Street Branch, opened in a 100- by 40-foot space on the first (ground) floor of the new Reference Library, College and St. The collection was transferred from the old College Street Branch, located in rented premises at College Street and Brunswick Avenue, 1900-8. Circulating collection transferred from College Street Branch, which had been located in rented premises at College Street and Brunswick Avenue, 1900-8. Ralph Shaw recommended that a library board be established to provide a reference library for Metropolitan Toronto.

Completion of new Cube entrance and expansion of Browsery, December.

Reorganization of subject collections; integration of periodicals in the subject departments, February. Closest major intersection Yonge Street and Bloor Street.

Within the newly amalgamated library system, the Toronto Reference Library assumed its role as a Research and Reference Library.

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