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Toronto is Canada's economic capital, fifth largest in North America and one of the most visited
places in the world. Toronto and its surrounding suburbs are
collectively known as the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The United Nations rated Toronto as "the most multicultural
city in the world". Due to the many different nationalities of people who live in Toronto, the city enjoys great
you visiting Toronto for a few days, planning to stay longer than that or want to live here permanently you will
find answers on all your questions. It is hard to say what attracts so many people to the city.
Toronto is quiet and comfortable, despite its impressive size, but at the same time gives you a lot of
opportunities to get more and more new experiences. Sometimes it seems empty and desolate,sometimes noisy and
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Downtown, West End, East
End, Midtown) Downtown Toronto is
the heart of this urban core, with Yonge Street running almost directly in the
middle of this district.
Etobicoke, is largely industrial
and suburban in urban makeup. The airport service area and hotels, most airport
facilities are located within Mississauga, just to the
York is formerly a separate city, the second smallest
of the six former municipalities, yet it is one of the most ethnically
East York was formerly a semi-autonomous borough
within the overall municipality of Metropolitan Toronto.
North York is home to Parc Downsview Park, Canada's
first national urban park, Downsview Airport and the North York Performing Arts
Scarborough has characteristics of a suburb of old
Toronto, but retains much of its own character and flavour. Because of the
topography of the Bluffs, the Rouge Valley, and other creeks and minor tributaries,
Scarborough is said to be the greenest and leafiest part of
Toronto and its surrounding suburbs are collectively known as the Greater
Toronto Area (GTA)
A popular urban myth has it that the
United Nations rated Toronto as "the most multicultural city in the world"
More than 80 ethnic communities are represented, and over half of the city's
residents were born outside Canada.
As a result of this cultural mosaic, Toronto is home to many ethnic festivals
throughout the year. Toronto also boasts several radio stations which broadcast in various languages as well as at
least two multicultural television channels.The City of Toronto officially deals in 16 different
languages while the Toronto Transit Commission (public transit) has a helpline that deals in 70
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