Almost two-and-a-half years after its US launch, Google Street View has finally gone live with street-level images for 11 Canadian cities.
Just think of the practical uses:
- When visiting another Canadian city and you’re looking for the local bathhouse, use Google Street View to scope out the surrounding area!
- Fun games of “How has my city’s gaybourhood changed since Google’s cameras captured
these photos?” Ottawa has since installed more rainbow flags in its
Village, and Toronto’s Zelda’s is no longer on Church St.
- Reminisce about patio season at your local pub – at least until Google updates its summer/springtime street-level pictures, or until nice weather comes around again.
Have you caught any funny Canadian moments on Google Street View? Let us know!