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The Great Canadian Skyline thread for CMAs 1 million and under

I figured that in all the skyline threads out ther the pics are mostley of the biggest cities in canada so I started a thread for cities under 500k.
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Peterborough: Pop. CMA 116,000



Kingston, Pop. CMA 152,000




Belleville, Pop. CMA 91,500



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belleville looks really good for a city under 100k
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The king of skyline for a small city is Yellowknife(pop: 18 700)
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I love the fact that we have a skyline that far north and in the middle of no where, it awesome, i hope they add more!
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Here's a Halifax panorama taken by me a couple of years ago (I need to fix this and retake the photos sometime...):



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Great pan of Halifax.
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great pano.on a nother note london has one of the best skylines for a city it's size
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Okay, the Region of Waterloo is a good bit over 500,000, but the CMA in 2006 was less than 500,000, so here goes:

The City of Kitchener proper has about 220,000 people.

Downtown Kitchener from the west:



Downtown Kitchener from the east:



The City of Waterloo has about 120,000 people.

Uptown Waterloo from the west:



Uptown Waterloo from the north:



The City of Cambridge has about 125,000 people.

Downtown Galt (Cambridge) skyline from the south (big, ain't it?!)

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So far they are the weakest skylines yet they have the largest populations (together).
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So far they are the weakest skylines yet they have the largest populations (save Halifax).
Nope, I think Kitchener has Peterborough and maybe even Yellowknife beaten.
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hey thats a part of montreal
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