A multicultural hotspot with diverse cultures and communities.
Welcome to Toronto
WHY WE LOVE TORONTO
Toronto is not only Canada’s largest city, but it’s a multicultural hotspot with diverse cultures and communities. As a leader in business, finance, technology, entertainment and culture, this vibrant city attracts professionals, families, newcomers and tourists from around the globe for its jobs, festivals, restaurants, sports teams, world-class hospitals and universities, and more. Take in a Maple Leafs or Raptors game at the Scotia Bank Arena, or a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre. Take a stroll along one of the city’s beaches and enjoy the Lake Ontario views. In the mood for a play or a great meal at a five-star restaurant? Toronto has you covered.
It’s easy to get around Toronto, thanks to its subway system, street cars, GO trains and buses. It has one major international airport, and several other airports. Take a ferry to the island for a day, or walk to your favourite restaurant or shop. It truly is an accessible city.
A PLACE TO CALL HOME
Toronto has many established ethnic neighbourhoods — from Chinatown, Little Italy, Little India and Greektown, to Koreatown, Little Jamaica, Little Portugal and more. Other popular neighbourhoods include High Park, the Beaches, Liberty Village, Yorkville and Roncesvalles, to name a few. The city’s housing consists of high-rise condos, low-rise apartments and townhomes, as well as single-family, multi-family and semi-detached townhomes.
LIVING THE LIFE
Here you have the conveniences of living in a big city, with access to great schools, churches, shopping and world-class restaurants; but you also have beautiful parks — including the 400- acre High Park — gardens, trails and beaches, as well as zoos, arenas, historic concert halls, theatres and more. Tourists and residents are drawn to the city for the iconic CN Tower, and its many festivals and parades.