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Toronto

Population

2.503 million

Size

630 km

Home Cost

$659,270 (as of December 2015)

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Schools

The school systems in Toronto are of the highest quality in the world. There are two publicly funded school streams covering Junior Kindergarden to High School, as well as a wide cross-section of private schools to meet a variety of educational expectations. The driving philosophy of the public system is a service model, with an imperative to meet the individual educational needs of each student in the system.

Beyond primary and secondary schools, the city hosts three fully credited Universities (University of Toronto, Ryerson and York University), a Creative University (Ontario College of Art and Design University), and four Provincial Colleges (Seneca, Humber, George Brown and Centennial). Individually and together, both reputation ally and in terms of the breadth of courses and fields of study, it’s an impressive range of choice.

Size and Character

Toronto is the biggest city in Canada and the center of the country in economic and cultural terms. People looking to create a life in Toronto can expect to find just about any style of living that suits their tastes –mainly because the balance of connection to and separation from the total urban experience is woven into just about every community. So you can sit back and enjoy the quiet solitude of your backyard garden while you sip your coffee after breakfast, then walk a single block for fantastic boutique shopping. You can Walk out the front door of your downtown condo, then duck off the busy street to find a shady avenue with grand houses.

Culture

Walking in Toronto, you can expect to hear every language from around the world. The city has a reputation as one of the most multicultural urban centres in the world. The truly unique aspect of this, is that all of the cultures seem to work together in harmony. Torontonians regularly head out to restaurants in Little India, Little Italy, Greektown, Chinatown, Little Portugal and or any of many other cultural pockets in the city. The stores carry ingredients that lend themselves to cuisine from around the world. Living in Toronto means living with the best the world has to offer.