The year is 1967. GO Transit becomes Canada’s first interregional public transit system, the Leafs win the Stanley Cup, and Canada celebrates its 100th birthday. It’s was also the first year of Toronto’s Cavalcade of Lights.
Today, the Leafs haven’t won a cup in 50 years, Canada marks 150 years since Confederation, GO Transit is expanding, and the Cavalcade of Lights is still going strong.
In short, not much has changed!
We decided to take some time over the weekend and visit one of Toronto’s most popular Christmas landmarks: Nathan Phillips Square’s Cavalcade of Lights. Check out some of the gorgeous pics we snapped to “brighten” your holiday season!