Toronto is a city of finance, a city of neighborhoods, a city of theaters, of sports, and more. This article provides an overview of the attractions of Toronto as a city to work in and live in.
The largest City in Canada
Toronto is the capital of Ontario, and the largest city in Canada, with a population of 2.4 million living in the city, and 4.7 million living in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area). Toronto is the 5th largest city in N. America with the 3rd largest English speaking theater district in the world. It is also home to the CN Tower, the world’s tallest free-standing building. Toronto is home to four professional teams.
A Residential City
Toronto is a residential city. The houses in the higher-class neighborhoods are separate, not in long rows like some other major cities, and have nicely manicured lawns. Toronto is the symbol of Canada’s ideal of integration without loss of identity. One can visit Chinatown, Greek village, and an infinite other ethnic districts in Toronto. Toronto is marked by the diversity of neighborhoods, cultures and communities. English is the main language of Toronto, although English and French are both the official languages of Canada. Toronto Managed IT Services
A Young City
Toronto is extremely popular among immigrants – it has the second world highest percentage of foreign-born immigrants (49%). Toronto is a city populated by young people – only 14% of its residents are over 65. Toronto is Canada’s business center, and has now turned into the central hub for finance, communications and high technology in Canada. Downtown Toronto is clean and is considered safe for walking at night in most areas where you will always find people walking and shopping.
Toronto is host to 3 theater districts featuring Broadway shows, comedies, dance companies, symphonies and more, brightening the city’s nightlife and satisfying every theater enthusiast. Other performing arts sites, small and large, are scattered throughout Toronto, filling the city’s schedule with festivals and fun.
Toronto: A Well Known Destination
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and its financial headquarters. While not the national capital (which is Ottawa, in Ontario as well), Toronto is the capital of the Province of Ontario and probably the most widely known city in Canada. Toronto is a mere 3.5 hour drive from Detroit, MI, 8.5 hours drive from Chicago, and 11 hours drive away from NY City.