150 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings are open for you to drop in and explore. Most buildings will have a guide to answer questions. You might want to visit the Native Child & Family Services at 30 College St. for the incorporation of First Nations elements in its architecture and its roof-top sweat lodge. It’s at 585 Dundas Street East. There’s also the new Daniels Spectrum, the multicultural arts venue, at 585 Dundas St. East. New is the Jing Yin Temple at 722 Brimley Rd. There is a lot of architecture from our British heritage days too. For more info and telephone numbers. http://www.doorsopenontario.on.ca/Events/Toronto.aspx
Before you venture out to any event, always check by phone for time and other changes.