The entire set of photos is at my Flickr page.
At the end of the right nave was a beautiful atlar where the Blessed Sacrament was exposed (this used to be the high altar. It was moved to the side nave after Vatican II). Maybe half a dozen folks were scattered through the pews in adoration. (With the Sacrament exposed, I didn't feel comfortable taking a photo.)
One of the most interesting things was a side altar with a Shrine to the Mother of God with the most gorgeous wood-carved statue of the Blessed Mother, against a beautifully painted fresco. Each of the corners there is an angel holding a model of the church of a shrine associated with a Marian apparition: Czestohowa, Guadalupe, Lourdes and Fatima. Below is a detail of the one showing Lourdes.
Above the altar in the sanctuary area I noticed this Cardinal's galero hanging. According to one of the Paulists here, it belongs to Gerald Emmet Cardinal Carter, the most recent Archbishop of Toronto. :: UPDATE :: From Kim in the comments below:
Actually, I'm quite sure the galero suspended from the ceiling belonged to James Cardinal McGuigan, who was our archbishop from 1934-1971. It was hanging there well before Cardinal Carter died. As you may know, it sometimes used to be humorously asserted that the galero's owner would be stuck in Purgatory until the rope holding it up turned to dust. Well, whoever hung up Cardinal McGuigan's hat seems to have made use of a steel cable! Hoo boy, guess they didn't like him? :)
To the left of the altar on a pillar was a decree in Latin from Pope John Paul II, raising Archbishop Aloyisius Ambrosic (the current ordinary) to the College of Cardinals (if I understood the Latin correctly).
From the Cathedral I walked a block down to the Methodist Church, the headquarters (?) of the United Church of