Photographer's Note

Highway 401 and Highway 427. This would be the busiest traffic intersection in Toronto, the lanes turning around in the photo are Collectors from the 401 going towards the 427N. The building with the red outline is a brewery of Molson Canadian Beer. I took this photo from Renforth Avenue going over the 401.

For a different POV, Please also see the Workshop and let me know which one is a better option.

It is not possible to show the full extent of this intersection as I take photos from small roads going over the highways and this intersection is too big for land photography. If you are interested in the extent you can look at the satellite image on google.
1. Open Google Local
2. Open up the hybrid image for Toronto (you might have to try to search something in Toronto, Ontario)
3. Find this intersection and zoom in
4. Change the image to satellite and make it big in case you have not done so already.

Collectors and Express Lanes: In case you are not familiar with the terminology, the big highways in Toronto are divided into four set of lanes. One set of collectors and one express lanes for each side. This is probably just to make the highways a bit more managable as 8-10 lanes going together would be quite intimidating as compared to 4-5 right now.

Molson Canadian had one of the most popular ad campaign in the Canadian History. Check out the following links (new window will open up)
I am Canadian video with Real Player
I am Canadian Video with Quicktime.
I am Canadian Speech on Wikipedia
Parody of the above
I am not Canadian (Quebecois). Video with Quicktime
I am not Canadian Speech on Wikipedia

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