If you are thinking to move to Toronto or just to visit that city, here you are some nice tips to know before leaving or to impress your friends at dinner once you are here!
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Now accessible by ferry or via a pedestrian tunnel that opened in 2015, the Toronto Islands were once a peninsula. Two powerful storms in 1852 and 1858 separated the islands from the mainland and created the body of water now known as the Eastern Gap.
It’s only beaten by Mexico City, New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
The restaurants are the biggest business of the city, over the 6.5% of all, indication that the people of Toronto take their meals very seriously.
The Greater Toronto metropolitan area boasts 6,054,191 residents.
Unlike what most people in the world think, with December having the least days at 19. While, the lowest record temperature was reached in 1943 as -31.3°C (without wind).
The oldest is believed to be a 300-year-old red oak in North York that was the subject of a recent media storm when the house whose land it sits on was put up for sale. The City of Toronto stepped in to save the tree. Furthermore, 1.500 parks (18.1% of the total city area) and even 9.520 streets.
Toronto is the 7th best city for people who decide to change life and even country. There are 200 ethnical groups and over 180 languages and dialects which reflect on the style of the neighbourhoods: Little Italy, Chinatown, Greektown, Little India, Roncesvalles Village (Little Poland).
43 km from East to West and 21 km from North to South; so 25% of Canada’s population lives within 160 km radius of Toronto.
South Asians (12% of the population), Chinese (11.4%), Black (8.4%), Filipino (4.1%) and Latin American (2.6%).
Here the film industry employs 28.000 jobs and brings $1.5 billion each year.