Toronto is a financial city, a neighbourhood city, a theatre city, a sports city and so on. This article outlines the sights of Toronto as a city of work and life.
Canada’s largest city
Toronto is the capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada. It has a population of 2.4 million, an urban population of 4.7 million, and a greater Toronto area of 4.7 million. Toronto is the fifth-largest city in North America and the third largest English-speaking theatre district in the world. It is also home to the CN Tower, the world’s tallest free-standing TV tower. There are four professional teams in Toronto.
City of residence
Toronto is a living city. The houses in the upper community are separated, not lined up like other major cities, and there are well-kept gardens. Toronto is a symbol of Canada’s ideals of integration without losing its identity. People can visit Chinatown, Greek towns and many other ethnic areas in Toronto. Toronto is characterized by the diversity of communities, cultures and communities. English is the main language in Toronto, although English and French are the two official languages of Canada.
A young city
Toronto is very popular among immigrants-it is the world’s second-largest percentage of foreign-born immigrants (49%) of immigrants. Toronto is a populous city: only 14% of residents are over 65 years old. Toronto is the commercial centre of Canada and has now become Canada’s financial, communications and high-tech centre. The downtown area of Toronto is clean and tidy. It is safe to walk at night in most areas. People are always found walking and shopping in these places.
Toronto has 3 theatre districts, providing Broadway performances, comedies, dance companies, symphonies, etc., illuminating the city’s nightlife and satisfying all theatre enthusiasts. Performing arts venues of other sizes are all over Toronto, and the city’s schedule is full of festivals and fun.
Toronto: a famous destination
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and its financial headquarters. Although it is not the national capital (also the Ottawa state of Ontario), Toronto is also the provincial capital of Ontario and maybe the most famous city in Canada. Toronto is only 3.5 hours’ drive from Detroit, Michigan, 8.5 hours’ drive from Chicago, and 11 hours’ drive from New York City.