Toronto City Hall,
100 Queen Street West @ Nathan Phillips Square

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Toronto is the world's most recognized
English speaking City in Canada.

Toronto City Hall is the world's most recognized
symbol of a Canadian City.
Toronto City Hal with its reflective pool used for public skating during winter months!
Public area, including the forecourt and the City Hall opened on September 13, 1965. It, has been named
By-Law No 21339

passed by the Corporation of The City of Toronto
on October 10, 1961, in honor of Nathan Phillips , Esq., Q.C.
Mayor – City of Toronto 1955 – 1962.
"The International competition that resulted in the City Hall and the public squire was the inspiration of Mr. Phillips, who, while mayor conceived the idea which he subsequently pursued unfalteringly through all the legislative municipal procedures until assured the project would be a reality.
Mr. Phillips has the enviable unprecedented record of being a member of theCity Council for thirty-six years including eight
years as Chief Magistrate.

A glimpse of the bright future unerringly seized upon, expanded and nurtured with deep resolve, led to this unique and great accomplishment marking Toronto’s emergence as an exponent of outstanding architecture, and stimulated downtown redevelopment."
From plaque
 erected by Toronto City Council April 28, 1969.          
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Ontario M5H 2N1, Canada

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