The Toronto-Dominion Centre represents some of the first "modern" skyscraper development in downtown Toronto. The Toronto-Dominion Bank Tower was the tallest building in Canada when completed in 1967, and the complex was advertised as "a city within a city... conceived as a setting of space and beauty, of grass, trees, pedestrian walks, statues, and benches." Whether or not it's lived up to that over the last forty years is a matter of interpretation.
In this photo, the sun is caught between the Toronto-Dominion Bank Tower on the left, and the Royal Trust Tower on the right.
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