The AGO really is a major museum, though not on the scale of the Met in New York, or the Louvre. Not long ago, the building had a bit of redesign by famed architect Frank Gehry, who grew up near-by. The addition looks great and works well. They now have a policy of admitting everyone under 25 for free, all the time. The regular one-time admission is $25, but for $35 one can get a year's pass for unlimited entrances, including all exhibitions. The permanent collection includes the largest collection of works by sculptor Henry Moore, some of the finest pieces by the famed Canadian artists "The Group of Seven", a great, gory masterpiece by Reubens ("The Slaughter of the Innocents"), a stunning installation by Yayoi Kusama, and other fine works. The visiting exhibitions are impressive, often making the rounds of other great institutions. This past summer the Gallery mounted a marvelous exhibition of the work of Indigenous artist Brian Jungen: an astonishing collection of sculptures on indigenous themes (such as totem poles) made from cut up Air Jordan sneakers. The works were surprisingly effective and even moving. All in all, the AGO is well worth a visit every few months.