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Toronto Eaton Centre
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Eaton Centre, Toronto Ontario

Wikipedia: One of the most prominent sights in the shopping mall is the group of fibreglass Canada Geese hanging from the ceiling. This sculpture, named Flight Stop, is the work of artist Michael Snow. It was also the subject of an important intellectual property court ruling. One year, the management of the centre decided to decorate the geese with red ribbons for Christmas, without consulting Snow. Snow objected arguing that the ribbons made his naturalistic work "ridiculous" and harmed his reputation as an artist. Snow sued and in Snow v. The Eaton Centre Ltd. the court ruled that even though the Centre owned the sculpture, the ribbons had infringed Snow's moral rights. The ribbons were ordered removed. The mall contains a wide selection of 230 stores, restaurants and two foodcourts. The mall is served by two subway stations, Queen and Dundas, located at its southernmost and northernmost points respectively.

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Copyright: Udo D
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Taken: 03/08/2009
Chargée: 05/08/2009
Mis à jour: 02/03/2015
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