Union Station has a multidisciplinary programming vision that offers free
public events showcasing the best of Toronto for tourists and locals to
create a destination where all are welcome.
While we stay home, you can support local by ordering cocktails from Amano to kick off the weekend🥂
Alica Hall, Curator & ED of Nia Centre spoke to @breakfasttv about Here Again, At the Crossroads—a public art exhibition exploring the historic transit hub at @Torontounion and the conditions that shape Black lives.
Watch now: https://bit.ly/39wNsL8
#DidYouKnow that this is Toronto’s 3rd Union Station? The previous structures (1873-1927) were located on Front Street between York and Simcoe, just west of today’s building #ThrowbackThursday
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