Don Mills Curling Rink – ON

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They don’t design them like this anymore! Part of the complex that housed Don Mills Mall, this flower-like structure was designed by architect Douglas M. Hall. The area was a blank slate when it was built in 1960, which allowed for the ambitious architecture, but curling diminished in popularity and it became a bingo hall before eventually being torn down in the 1980s.

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