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Well recently I was shocked by the belief of another forumer who thought that Toronto had the only real skyline in Canada. So here's a collection of skyline shots from a few Canadian cities:

Vancouver:


Burnaby:


Calgary:


Edmonton:


Saskatoon:


Regina:


Winnipeg:


Windsor:


London:


Niagara Falls:


Hamilton:


Mississauga:


Toronto:


Ottawa:


Montreal:


Quebec City:


Halifax:
 

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beautiful pics, thanks. Canada has some great cities; even London ON has a nice skyline.

Halifax... nah, sorry. cute city, i like the bridge and there are some nice cafes... but there's no skyline there.
 

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more of Edmonton (pop. 730,372 in city and 1,034,945 in metro):



And I disagree with "south". Halifax does have a skyline...

Halifax (pop. 372,679 in city)(no metro):





And yellowknife can also be included in this. It has a very impressive skyline for its population.

Yellowknife (pop. about 18,700 in city)(no metro):

 

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Edmonton looks great, especially with the green belt along the river. Montreal has always been a very good looking city.
 

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They build more of those buildings in Yellowknife to keep the heat in...

what always amazes me is the size and office space in DT Calgary. I lived there in the late 90s and that place is booming, but the skyline is huge, for a metro of only 1.1 or 1.2 million now?
 
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