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Some people think Toronto's public art scene consists of the Henry Moore outside the AGO and the hundreds of graffiti-embellished walls around town. In fact, every year sees more innovative and thought-provoking pieces of serious art added to the cityscape. From the incredible molten-metal dragon in front of the Shangri-La hotel on University Avenue to douglas Coupland's massive interpretation of "Tom Thomson's Canoe", Toronto's got a lot more than just Moore. [BuzzBuzzHome]