“Where’s the best place to see great views of Toronto”? Try the world’s tallest free-standing structure, the CN Tower. Hold onto your hat and experience the G force in the rapidly ascending glass floor elevator. You can stand next to the glass panelled side for better views– or not, as the case may be! 0 –
Montreal is one of the few sub-zero places that can be described as ‘warm’ and inviting! With its’ French culture and British history, you’re sure to be won over by its charms. Renowned for creative architecture, Montreal embraces a range of genres from Neo-Gothic churches to the Art Décor Aldred Building to the almost space
Quebec City, located along Saint Lawrence River, is a rare jewel, best seen in the depths of winter. Here, the architecture is inspirational, romantic and eclectic. There is an olde worlde feel about Quebec City, which charms you and a distinctive French influence, evident in the architecture, the cuisine and of course, the language!
Built in the Victorian Era and designed by Cuthbert Brodrick, the striking Leeds Corn Exchange is only one of three remaining corn exchanges in England. However, nowadays, rather than trading in corn or other agricultural commodities, purchases are expected to take place with hard cash! Over the years the Corn Exchange or Beehive, as known
Whether you are a small business or a multi-national, there are lots of things you can do to go green. Having a green policy not only helps to protect the environment, but it can also reduce a business’ running costs. A small effort can make a huge difference! Innovation’s Top Ten Ways to go Green: