You might not know this about Toronto
Canada’s sesquicentennial celebrations are in full swing. If you're feeling nostalgic about this great city we live in and you've already made it to Harbourfront to check out the giant rubber ducky this weekend, here are some interesting stories about Toronto that you may not know about.
Did you know Tim Horton's restaurants started in Toronto as a drive-in chain selling hot dogs?
Did you know Babe Ruth scored his first home run in the city of Toronto? This happened in 1914, when the baseball stadium was located on the Toronto Islands and known as Hanlan's Point Stadium.
Did you know University of Toronto scientists helped to save the Apollo 13 mission?
Did you know the Beatles played three concerts in Toronto, the only Canadian city where they played on all three of their North American tours?
Have you ever heard of Little Norway, at the Toronto Island Airport?
Interested in more unique stories like this? Read more stories of Toronto's history by visiting 150 sTOries, featuring 150 fascinating stories of Canada, with a decidedly Toronto perspective.