Google Opens New Toronto Office

Nov 14, 2012 • 8:10 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day

Google Opens New Toronto Office

Google has opened a new Toronto office this week and it seems like opening day they had Premier McGuinty, the 24th and current Premier of Ontario, Canada and Minister Van Loan a the Member of Parliament for the electoral district of York—Simcoe at the opening.

Oliver Fisher from Google Canada posted the picture on Google+.

I am sure the office is pretty cool, but I have yet to see many neat pictures of it. As we see them, I am sure we will bring more of them to you in this daily column.

This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers.

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11/14/2012 01:21 pm

I would love to see what those yellow bikes are all about. If you manage to snag a good picture of it, please be sure to post it up here for the rest of us.

Daniel Carlyon

11/14/2012 01:37 pm

Something about a blender bike? "The blender bike: Staff can put in a favourite mix of fruit and milk or juice into a blender mounted on the back of the bike; pedal for a few minutes and voila, they’ve create a perfectly blended fruit smoothie courtesy of their own physical energy."


11/14/2012 01:53 pm

Link doesn't seem to be working. There are some other pictures out there (just search for 'Google Toronto Office Bike') and it looks to be a piece of sculpture. The blender bike sounds really neat though, so if I am missing something, point it out to my blind self!

Daniel Carlyon

11/14/2012 02:12 pm

Yes i searched some more and found this gallery: The yellow one seems to be sculptures and there is a green bike which is the blender bike

Matthew Simmons

11/14/2012 03:25 pm

I wonder if they'll be paying a proper rate of corporation tax there?


11/15/2012 06:32 pm

The bikes are an interesting looking wall for one side of our micro kitchen. On other floors we have similar walls made up of hockey sticks. It's neat and Canadian/Torontonian (except for Jarvis).

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