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About City

EXPLORE TORONTO

In 1834, Toronto (Ontario’s capital city) incorporated as a city. Toronto has a vibrant history of development and change, ranging from its early occupation over thousand years ago to its current status as North America’s 4th largest city. Toronto is Canada's largest region and is comprised of the former urban areas of Toronto, North York, Scarborough, York and Etobicoke, and the former borough of East York. The city is home to an extensive immigrant population, and is a national and worldwide point for finance, communications and cultural life.

Toronto is a largest city in Canada and international centre for such areas as science& technology, entertainment, media, publishing, telecommunication and culture. More over huge population of immigrants from across the globe has made as most multicultural cities as in the world. The Royal Ontario Museum is a gallery of world culture and natural history. The Toronto Zoo is home for more than 5,000 animals nearly 460 distinct species. The Art Gallery of Ontario contains a huge collection of African, Canadian, European and contemporary artwork, and also facilitate to host and exhibit from museums and galleries across the globe. The Gardiner Museum of artistic workmanship is the main historical museum in Canada and entirely devoted to ceramics, contains more than 2,900 collections of ceramic works from Asia, the Americas, and Europe. The city likewise hosts the Ontario Science Centre, the Bata Shoe Museum, and Textile Museum of Canada.

Toronto’s transportation is a central hub of Southern Ontario for road, rail and air networks and various modes of transport facility in the Toronto city, including highways and public transit; also it has an extensive network of bicycle lanes and multi-use trails and paths.

Toronto’s motto is “Diversity Our Strength”.

According to Mercer Quality of Living survey Toronto ranks 16th out of 231 cities in the world in the year 2018.