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13. A NEW CONDOMINIUM NEAR DOWNTOWN (so new, it's not even built yet): Dragon Condos. Developed by Ideal Developments, Dragon Condos is a new 10 storey condos located on Spadina Ave. There will be 95 units available for residential use and a ground floor which will be available for commercial use and it has an estimated completion date of October 2015.

13. A NEW CONDOMINIUM NEAR DOWNTOWN (so new, it's not even built yet): Dragon Condos. Developed by Ideal Developments, Dragon Condos is a new 10 storey condos located on Spadina Ave. There will be 95 units available for residential use and a ground floor which will be available for commercial use and it has an estimated completion date of October 2015.

18. WRITTEN LANGUAGE IN THE LANDSCAPE FROM THE SINITIC BRANCH: Chinatown. Spadina Ave is currently one of the 5 main Chinatown hubs in the GTA. It was originally started in 1870s, when Sam Ching opened the first laundromat on Adelaide E. The growth was slow and by 1881, there were only 10 Chinese people living in Toronto. Entering the early 1900s, there was a growth in Chinese members in the community and Elizabeth St became a home to Chinatown until new City Hall forced its relocation.

18. WRITTEN LANGUAGE IN THE LANDSCAPE FROM THE SINITIC BRANCH: Chinatown. Spadina Ave is currently one of the 5 main Chinatown hubs in the GTA. It was originally started in 1870s, when Sam Ching opened the first laundromat on Adelaide E. The growth was slow and by 1881, there were only 10 Chinese people living in Toronto. Entering the early 1900s, there was a growth in Chinese members in the community and Elizabeth St became a home to Chinatown until new City Hall forced its relocation.

2. A HISTORICAL BUILDING IN THE CBD: Campbell House. The Campbell House was built in 1822 by Chief Justice William Campbell and his wife, Hannah on Adelaide St and Frederick St. It is an example of Gregorian architecture. It was private up until the 19th century when it was turned into businesses and factories, such as horseshoe nail and elevators. In 1972, the Campbell House was moved to its current location on Queen and University, saving it from being demolished.

2. A HISTORICAL BUILDING IN THE CBD: Campbell House. The Campbell House was built in 1822 by Chief Justice William Campbell and his wife, Hannah on Adelaide St and Frederick St. It is an example of Gregorian architecture. It was private up until the 19th century when it was turned into businesses and factories, such as horseshoe nail and elevators. In 1972, the Campbell House was moved to its current location on Queen and University, saving it from being demolished.

21. A CENTRIPETAL FORCE: Community Living Toronto. Community Living Toronto was founded in 1948 with the vision of helping individuals living with intellectual disabilities. They provide a warm and welcoming environment with these individuals where they are able to see their full potential through living alone or with roommates and working together in various activities which build self-esteem and a sense of community.

21. A CENTRIPETAL FORCE: Community Living Toronto. Community Living Toronto was founded in 1948 with the vision of helping individuals living with intellectual disabilities. They provide a warm and welcoming environment with these individuals where they are able to see their full potential through living alone or with roommates and working together in various activities which build self-esteem and a sense of community.

9. PROOF THAT TORONTO IS STILL AN IMPORTANT MANUFACTURING CENTER: Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz is a German automobile company and is considered one of Germany's Top 3 car manufacturers. The downtown location is one of the 8 stores located in the GTA which offers the largest inventory of cars and parts in Canada.

9. PROOF THAT TORONTO IS STILL AN IMPORTANT MANUFACTURING CENTER: Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz is a German automobile company and is considered one of Germany's Top 3 car manufacturers. The downtown location is one of the 8 stores located in the GTA which offers the largest inventory of cars and parts in Canada.

5. EVIDENCE OF CONTAGIOUS DIFFUSION: Youtube. Youtube was founded in 2005 as a video sharing site which allows users to create, upload, and share their videos for the world to view. It is currently the 3rd most visited website in the world, following Google and Facebook, however it is currently banned in China, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, Sudan, South Sudan, and Turkey due to political reasons.

5. EVIDENCE OF CONTAGIOUS DIFFUSION: Youtube. Youtube was founded in 2005 as a video sharing site which allows users to create, upload, and share their videos for the world to view. It is currently the 3rd most visited website in the world, following Google and Facebook, however it is currently banned in China, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, Sudan, South Sudan, and Turkey due to political reasons.

3. AN EASTERN EUROPEAN BAKERY: Harbord Bakery. The owners of Harbord Bakery, Albert and Goldie Kosower were born in Poland, in 1910 and 1911 respectively. They both immigrated to Canada in 1927 but met many years later in a movie house. On May 8th 1945, Harbord Bakery was born and together as husband and wife, they established an atmosphere where their customers were no longer customers but rather friends.

3. AN EASTERN EUROPEAN BAKERY: Harbord Bakery. The owners of Harbord Bakery, Albert and Goldie Kosower were born in Poland, in 1910 and 1911 respectively. They both immigrated to Canada in 1927 but met many years later in a movie house. On May 8th 1945, Harbord Bakery was born and together as husband and wife, they established an atmosphere where their customers were no longer customers but rather friends.

12. A CEMETERY: Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Mount Sinai Memorial Park is a Jewish cemetery established in 1920. As of November 2007, it was home to 8,205 burials with an increasing number of plots added each year. A Board of Trustees govern the cemetery, each representing several Synagogues, Associations, and Congresses in Toronto.

12. A CEMETERY: Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Mount Sinai Memorial Park is a Jewish cemetery established in 1920. As of November 2007, it was home to 8,205 burials with an increasing number of plots added each year. A Board of Trustees govern the cemetery, each representing several Synagogues, Associations, and Congresses in Toronto.

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