I, as a decent tourist of course continued my walk at the downtown core. Just next to Eaton Centre at one the most famous corners in Toronto, which is the intersection of Yonge and Dundas, the famous square by the same name is located.
It is a public square where apparently lots is happening. Also if you know something about Toronto next to Yonge street (the longest street in the world, but more about that later), then this is Yonge and Dundas square, which is a prominent landmark and one of the city's prime tourist attractions.
You may call it the Canadian Madison Square, as the intersection is the busiest in Canada serving over 100 000 pedestrians daily.
More about the square from Wikipedia.
NB! 100 000 is the number of inhabitants at my home town Tartu, Estonia.