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  1. Kingston’s luxury student housing experience, Foundry Princess – located at 655 Princess Street in Kingston, Ontario. The building features one-to-five bedroom units and is one of Canada’s largest off-campus student residences.

  2. It was stored at the Royal Ontario Museum for a time, and is now located in the Main Lobby of the Ontario Legislative Building. A second mace was introduced in 1813 and used until 1841. The third mace was not purchased until 1845. In 1849, it was stolen by a riotous mob in Montreal, apparently intent upon destroying it in a public demonstration.

  3. The Arms of Her Majesty in Right of Canada are traditionally displayed in Canadian courtrooms, as is a portrait of the sovereign. The monarch does not personally rule in judicial cases; this function of the royal prerogative is instead performed in trust and in the Queen's name by officers of Her Majesty's court.

  4. Located in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District, visit one of Canada's major icons. Standing 553.33 metres tall enjoy sweeping panoramic views of the city and Lake Ontario. Your adventure begins in the glass faced elevators, with glass floor panels that will whisk you to the LookOut Observatioin level in a mere 58 seconds.