Touted as the world's tallest building, the observation deck is at 1,465 feet with its antenna reaching 1,815 feet
Toronto was known as York, after Prince Ferderick, Duke of York, until 1834 before reverting to its original Huron name.
6 games v. Atlanta Braves. MVP: Paul Molitor
6 games v. Philadelphia Phillies. MVP: Paul Molitor
The single Canadian team in the NBA... a 1995 expansion team
The relative hardness of minerals. Talc, Gypsum, Calcite, Fluorite, Apatite, Orthoclase feldspar, Quartz, Topaz, Corundum, Diamond
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club 26-6 at Rosedale Field in Toronto, Ontario December 4, 1909
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Hamilton Tigers 16-7 at AAA Grounds in Hamilton, Ontario November 26, 1910
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Toronto Argonauts 14-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 25, 1911
Toronto Argonauts defeated University of Toronto Varsity Blues 14-2 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 5, 1914
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Toronto Argonauts 16-3 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 4, 1920
Toronto Balmy Beach defeated Hamilton Tigers 9-6 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 26, 1927
Toronto Balmy Beach defeated Regina Roughriders 11-6 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 6, 1930
Toronto Argonauts defeated Sarnia Imperials 4-3 at Athletic Park in Sarnia, Ontario on December 9, 1933
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 4-3 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 11, 1937. The Quebec Rugby Football Union (QRFU) discontinued their competition for the Grey Cup. The Ontario Rugby Football Union (ORFU) still competed for the Grey Cup.
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 30-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 10, 1938
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 10-9 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 29, 1947
Toronto Argonauts defeated Edmonton Eskimos 21-11 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 29, 1952. first televised Grey Cup but limited to Toronto only on station CBLT.
Toronto Argonauts defeated Calgary Stampeders 36-21 at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg, Manitoba on November 24, 1991. New Toronto owners Bruce McNall, owner of the NHL Los Angeles Kings, hockey legend Wayne Gretzky and actor John Candy enjoyed their first Grey Cup victory. The temperature during the game was -27 degrees Celsius (-17 Fahrenheit). Raghib “The Rocket” Ismail former Notre Dame University star receiver and future NFL receiver scored on an 87 yard kickoff return in the 4th quarter to seal Toronto’s victory and won the Most Valuable Player for this Grey Cup.
Toronto Argonauts defeated Edmonton Eskimos 43-37 at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on November 24, 1996. Known as “The Snow Bowl” tractors had to remove snow from the field before the game and during halftime. Doug Flutie again quarterbacked Toronto and was named the games Most Valuable Player.
Toronto Argonauts defeated Saskatchewan Roughriders 47-23 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta November 16, 1997. Doug Flutie passed for 350 yards for Toronto and again was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.
Toronto Argonauts defeated BC Lions 27-19 at Frank Clair Stadium (formerly Lansdowne Park) Ottawa, Ontario on November 21, 2004. Toronto’s head coach Mike “Pinball” Clemons became the first black head coach to win the Grey Cup.
Defeated Calgary Stampeders 35-22