In the early 1950s the Ontario city of Stratford launched a project to present a summer season of Shakespearean plays that has evolved into one of world's great classical theatre companies. The town had offered the perfect setting for such a venture for decades. It was almost as though Stratford's large park along the Avon River was waiting for the theatre to be dropped into its reserved place. The Stratford Festival rescued the town's faltering economy, but the new developments have not altered the quiet beauty of its parks or changed the genuine friendliness of its people.
Also in this section, a few images from three places on the north shore of Lake Ontario – Port Credit and Bronte west of Toronto, and the Scarborough Bluffs to the east – and of autumn colours along the Credit River valley north-west of Toronto.
The link to the Pictures File is below the Sample Images. A Map and a Table of Contents are provided below that, both in on-screen and printable forms.
Quick Start: Southern-Ontario.pdf
Here are a few sample images from the picture files. You can click or tap on these to see larger versions.
Link to Pictures File
You can access the PDF pictures file by clicking or tapping on the link below.
First Stratford and its remarkable parks and theatres, then three places on the north shore of Lake Ontario – Port Credit (in Mississauga), Bronte (in Oakville), and the Scarborough Bluffs (east of Toronto) – and finally fall colours around Orangeville.
A package of printable Ontario Maps is available if you wish paper copies to follow along.
Table of Contents
The Contents table for this PDF is reproduced below. The combined Contents tables for all Ontario pictures files are included in the printable Ontario Contents PDF.
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