The tallest tower in the western hemisphere had it’s last piece secured April 2 1975 ever since then the CN Tower has defined the Toronto skyline at 553.33m (1,815ft5in). That’s a long way to look up!
Even on hazy summer days you can see the CN Tower in the Toronto skyline. While the buildings in the downtown core are tall the CN Tower; slightly left of the core, soars above them. This photo was taken from Queenston Heights about 65 km across Lake Ontario.