New Year In Toronto


Happy New Year everyone!

We left Ottawa on Tues­day to have some fun in Toronto. Now that we are back in Ottawa, there are hun­dreds of pic­tures to edit, but I fig­ured I’d start with New Year eve.

In Toronto, most of the party takes place down­town, in Nathan Phillips Square, at the cor­ner of Queen and Bay. There is a small skate rink (small by Ottawa stan­dards — remem­ber, we have the 7.8 kilo­me­ters long Rideau Canal!) and skat­ing seemed to be the num­ber one activ­ity. That and eat­ing junk food: I had never seen so many much cot­ton candy, pou­tine, hot dog, waf­fles and sausages!

It wasn’t cold, just a bit rainy. We walked around down­town for a few hours and fol­lowed the crowd to Nathan Phillips Square around 11:30 pm. It was quite fun and the small fire­works were a nice touch to the celebration.

So, what are your new years resolutions?

Yonge Street

Yonge Street

Pop Corn and Cotton Candy

Pop Corn and Cot­ton Candy

Bay and Queen

Bay and Queen

Ice Skating

Ice Skat­ing

Hot Dog Stand

Hot Dog Stand

Queuing For Food

Queu­ing For Food

More Hot Dogs!

More Hot Dogs!

Umbrella For Rainy Night

Umbrella For Rainy Night

CityTV Party

CityTV Party

Look at the Crowd!

Look at the Crowd!





Fellow Photographer In The Crowd

Fel­low Pho­tog­ra­pher In The Crowd

Going Back Home

Going Back Home


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French woman in English Canada. World citizen, new mom, traveler, translator, writer and photographer. Looking for comrades to start a new revolution.


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