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CBC Museum
250 Front St. West
Toronto
ON
M5V3G5
Tel: 416-205-5574

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Since 1936, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has been the voice of this nation, linking Canadians from coast to coast to coast with its respected brand of journalism, sports coverage and entertainment. Come to the CBC Museum and Graham Spry Theatre to experience first-hand the history of Canadian broadcasting... and the shared stories of Canadians!
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    Highlighting great Canadian children's programming. Mr. Dressup's Tickle Trunk and Treehouse. Canadian Sesame Street muppets. Misterrogers trolley from when the show was Canadian. The Friendly Giant's castle wall. If any of these shows remind you of your childhood then come on in and stir up some memories. Even if passing by after hours, you can still press your face up against the glass doors of the CBC building at 205 Wellington Street and see Casey's Treehouse at the end of the hallway.

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    The Canadian Hollywood is here ! Great shows are taped and if you are lucky , you could find some starts who are attending some shows for promotion.

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    Needs to give better hours to certain peeps in media streaming

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    Im must say its a bit too awesome

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    Historical significance for every Canadian in Toronto, Canada, and around the world. The building features shops, an amazing centre atrium and free tickets to the filming of CBC television shows.

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