Known as one of the most livable places in the world, Toronto is the largest urban centre and the economic engine of Canada.Explore NeighbourhoodsExplore Neighbourhoods
With residents from over 169 countries, Toronto has become a diverse, economic city with a booming business background, ranking it as one of the top 10 financial centres globally.
With many distinct and beautiful neighbourhoods at hand, the city offers a strong sense of community offering tons of activities, recreational centres, a growing art scene, and gorgeous outdoor spaces, such as the Harbour Front. Shopping centres are also a plenty, with Toronto’s most popular tourist attraction, the Eaton Centre, located in right in the heart of the city and Yorkdale Shopping Centre located just out of the city core.
Over 550 public schools are available within the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), with a number of established post-secondary schools, such as Ontario College of Art and Design, University of Toronto, Ryerson University and York University. All of which offer a range of programs just as diverse as the city itself.