The Toronto Police Museum, which was closed during the outbreak, was marked with Monday to Friday outside the door and sealed on the time. Its style can still be read from the tall building and several police sculptures outside the door.
We went to this museum because it was a pleasant hour before going to the airport and it turned out we were right. Stories collected from past police were well presented and some handmade items made the art of the investigation come to life. There is a moving section of the museum that shows the human cost of protecting the area over the years, which is not entirely inconclusive, but is still interesting.
Take the subway yellow line to college, which is within walking distance. The Toronto Police Museum is located in the same building as the Toronto Police Headquarters. Not only police cars, police dogs, but also police horses, police wagons, and even moose wear police uniforms and perform "moose patrol". Toronto's scrutiny is a bit humorous.
Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world. Its colorful ethnic characteristics make this city colorful and full of charm. Here, 49[%] of the residents are immigrants from more than 100 ethnic groups from all over the world. More than 140 languages are gathered in this North American metropolis to compose beautiful and harmonious gorgeous movements.
It is very interesting and the scenery is also very good!