With nearly one-half of its population born outside of Canadian borders, Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world. And as photographer Tom Ryaboi points out in this series of fantastic photos, diversity is a trait that can be attributed to its architectural makeup as well.
The Alberta, Canada gem is unique in its beauty and in its name: in no other place in North America can you find a place called Banff.
Best known for being rich in oil and gas resources, Alberta is also replete with some stunning sights.
Judging by its rather homogenous audience, this 1957 match between the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Rangers in Madison Square Gardens just goes to show how specifically hockey caters itself to a certain demographic.
The views at Banff National Park’s Lake Louise are fitting for a princess–quite literally. The pristine glacial lake was named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.