The Best of What Canada Has TO Offer Raajwinder Kainth

Toronto FC

Toronto FC was founded in 2006 and was introduced to the Canadian Soccer League in the same year. The league, however, was founded in 1987 and Toronto FC would finish third. It would eventually collapse, and the MLS (Major Soccer League) would allow Canadian clubs in, allowing American as well as Canadian clubs to compete in the same league. Canada would also qualify for the World Cup, losing three of the three games and scoring zero goals (Crawford).

Toronto FC means a lot to me in terms of a fan of soccer. It was one of the first clubs I was introduced to and followed it a lot throughout the years. It is something that I can enjoy, even enthuse about to others. It is our home club and is something any soccer fan should have pride in.

BMO Field

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of North America's many wonders. It borders Canada and the United States. It is a great spectacle, as the water is crystal clear and is often accompanied by tightrope walkers and couples in honeymoons (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica). Not only are the twelve-thousand-year-old falls an amazing spectacle to watch, but is also a major energy source for Ontario! But it won't be here forever, the massive amounts of water erode the rocks below rapidly at one foot every year (“Facts About Niagara Falls”).

I have many fond memories of Niagara Falls as my family would often go over to visit once a year. I will admit that yes, it would be very tiring, going over every year takes a toll. However, the beauty of Niagara Falls is breathtaking, and the fact that family is there just makes it better. Combined with all the haunted houses, restaurants, and festivals makes this landmark fantastic!

Amazing View Of The Falls

CN Tower

The CN Tower was built in 1973 and was completed and opened to the public in Toronto in 1974. It has an impressive height at 553 meters and was the world's tallest free-standing structure until the Burj Khalifa surpassed it in 2007 (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica). While it isn't the tallest free-standing structure, it is the worlds tallest tower, according to the "Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat". The super massive tower also features a glass floor, as well as an edge walk (McMordie). It is one of the most iconic Toronto landmarks and is a highly visited tourist attraction (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica).

The CN Tower, like Niagara Falls, will remain to be one of my favorite landmarks in the world for a variety of reasons. The glass floor, in particular, was a very entertaining part. Lying down on the floor was certainly scary to my six-year-old self, as well to anyone else.

The CN Tower Peaking Out Of The Skyline

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