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Woodbine Club

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The Woodbine Club strategically placed on the fourth floor of Woodbine Racetrack commands a magnificent view of Toronto’s skyline. Minutes from Lester B. Pearson International Airport the Club is extraordinarily beautiful. No detail has been overlooked planning the spacious surroundings of the Woodbine Club. Warm cherry wood paneled walls with distinctive oil paintings and richly appointed furnishings, await you and your guests.

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D: O Zone Club Dance Floor

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F: Market Lane Woodbridge

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H: Forest Park Apartment - Front Yard

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I: Forest Park Building - Inside Entrance

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J: Forest Park Playground with Light Snow

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