The Masters on Mill Road Pool Toronto
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The Masters on Mill Road Pool Toronto

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The outdoor pool for the residents of the condo complex "The Masters" on Mill Road in Etobicoke.    A staple residential landmark of 4 huge building for several decades.

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A: Forest Park Building - Inside Entrance

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This is the entrance of Forest Park Apartments. It has a nice and spacious lobby compared to other bu...

Forest Park Building - Inside Entrance

B: Forest Park Apartment - Front Yard

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This picture was taken in front of Forest Park Apartments in a suburban area of the Eastern side of t...

Forest Park Apartment - Front Yard

C: Forest Park Playground with Light Snow

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This is the playground near forest Park building. It is covered with snow from the morning, but most ...

Forest Park Playground with Light Snow

D: Poland Pavillion @ Carassauga 2010

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Poland Pavillion @ Carassauga 2010

E: Inside Anatolia Masjid in East Mississauga

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This image was taken inside the main entrance of Anatolia Masjid in near Mississauga, which is a majo...

Inside Anatolia Masjid in East Mississauga

F: Ukraine Pavillion @ Carassauga 2010

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Ukraine Pavillion @ Carassauga 2010

G: St John's Dixie Cemetery & Crematorium

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The central service funeral hall at 737 Dundas Street East.   A beautiful and spacious interior.  An ...

St John's Dixie Cemetery & Crematorium

H: st johns cemetery grounds mississauga

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The grounds at St. John’s are continually maintained, providing a pleasant and tranquil green space f...

st johns cemetery grounds mississauga

I: St Johns Baptist Church Service

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A rare online opportunity to watch an Anglican church Sunday service in progress!Read all about this ...

St Johns Baptist Church Service

J: The Anglican Church of St John The Baptist Dixie

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In 1817 the "Fountainhill" chapel was built of logs at the corner of Dundas St. and Cawthra Rd. to se...

The Anglican Church of St John The Baptist Dixie

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Text by Steve Smith.

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