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Toronto is Canada’s largest and most diverse city. More than half of the residents who call Toronto home have roots in another country, and almost 200 different languages are spoken here. The result is a vibrant and dynamic culture in business, arts, sports and education.

The city’s skyline is famous for its CN Tower, now the world’s third tallest tower, and the highest outdoor walk on a building. The glass-floor observation deck offers visitors stunning 360-degree views of the city, Lake Ontario, and the Toronto Islands. But back on the ground, Toronto is known as the city of neighbourhoods, like lakefront Beaches, historic Chinatown and Little Italy. We know the neighbourhoods most suitable for your needs.

Year-round festivals celebrate the city’s diversity and hospitality. Harbourfront events welcome families and a scenic 20-minute ferry ride to the Toronto Islands is a must.

Toronto’s many galleries and museums, especially The AGO and The ROM, are renowned for their stunning architectural presence – and for how long guests want to spend inside. Residents and visitors enjoy world-class theatre and concerts, and crowds regularly fill the Scotiabank Arena (formerly the Air Canada Centre), Rogers Centre, and the BMO Field, to cheer on their favourite local and international teams. The city’s downtown core boasts everything from distinctive boutique experiences to trendy fashions and a dazzling assortment of traditional and innovative restaurants.

Throughout this urban centre, tree-lined streets, expansive parks – like the 400-acre High Park – and green ravines are enjoyed year-round for morning runs, leisurely strolls and family outings.

Learn more about life in some of Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods – click on any of the areas to get to know your future neighbourhood.

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