Life in Toronto

Toronto’s motto is “Diversity Our Strength”.

Known as one of the world’s most multi-cultural cities, Toronto prides itself on its wide range of cultures, languages, food and arts. Almost half of its population are immigrants.
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Forbes Magazine tracked the “World’s Most Economically Powerful Cities” and included Toronto in its top ten list.
According to Forbes, powerful cities such as Toronto attract investment due to the size of their economy, their projected future prosperity, cost of living and quality of life. Forbes describes Toronto as lying at the economic heart of one of the world’s wealthiest countries, projected to keep humming through 2020.

Toronto is one of the world’s most multicultural cities, famous for a diverse choice of food, arts, festivals and weather patterns! Smaller suburbs surround the large city offering options for people who prefer to step back from big city life.
For those who love the big city feel like of places like New York and Los Angeles – but with less crime – Toronto is a great fit.

The University of Toronto is one of the world’s most prestigious post-secondary institutions, ranking 23rd in the Academic Ranking of World Universities. There are three different campuses, located in the Downtown area as well as the west (Mississauga) and east (Scarborough).

Toronto is also home to two other universities, Ryerson and York University as well as several community colleges.
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