Looking North from Aquaview Condominiums you see the Long Branch TTC loop and GO Station.
If you travel north some ways you will arrive at the shoreline of Glacial Lake Iroquois.
A great description of Lake Iroquois can be found in The physiography of Southern Ontario by Lyman John Chapman and Donald F. Putnam.
This classic text also describes the Lake Admiralty stage when this body of water was smaller than Lake Ontario in its current configuration.
Every writer has a voice; the voices of Chapman and Putnam communicate a sense of authority and enthusiasm that comes across clearly and strongly, in this book about the outcomes of millions of years of geological processes in Southern Ontario.
In her book The view from Castle Rock, Alice Munro speaks of her fondness for The physiography of Southern Ontario.
The Chapman and Putnam (1984) text is available from the Toronto Public Library but the copies that are available for borrowing from the Library are missing the physiography maps that were included when the book was published.
The Toronto Central Reference Library, however, does have copies of the book in which these valuable and impressive maps have remained intact.