Built by the Canadian National Railway in the 1970s, this 1,800-foot tower of concrete and steel serves as our ultimate city landmark, and the symbol many of us identify with as home.
"Toronto The Good" is a former 19th-century nickname for a city known for its prim and proper Victorian morality. This mold has been long since cast, and by today's standards, we've turned out pretty darn good!
• 50% cotton, 50% polyester
• Double-lined hood
• Front pouch pocket