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About Toronto

Life in Toronto

Toronto is the capital of the province of Ontario, geographically located on the shore of Lake Ontario in the southern Ontario region. Toronto is Canada’s largest city and boasts the fourth largest economic market in North America.

Toronto is known as one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, welcoming thousands of immigrants every year. The city’s diversity and culture is well represented in its various residential and commercial neighbourhoods, from the bustling Greek neighbourhood to Little Italy and Chinatown. Each has its own complexities, trends, architecture, and style. Over 100 different languages are spoken by residents of Toronto.

Toronto is the centre of Canada's educational, entertainment, financial, technological, and commercial interests. Many consider it as the “Silicon Valley” of Canada. It is also a hot spot for Hollywood film production.

For its size and population, Toronto is considered one of the safest and most secure major cities in the world. The police force is highly respected for its efficiency and ethical treatment.

There is an excellent tourism industry in Toronto. It is home to one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world, the CN Tower, as well as other impressive landmarks and attractions. Visitors can take in the famous theatre productions, marvel at its commercial district, and enjoy the city’s green space and various near-by nature reserves.