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School of Continuing Studies | University of Toronto

Toronto: A Place to Excel

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Toronto Canada Map Toronto will be your home away from home! In 2015, The Economist Intelligence Unit ranked Toronto as the best place in the world to live. Price Waterhouse Coopers listed Toronto in third place as a global city of opportunity in 2016. The perfect place to study, Toronto is a safe, affordable, friendly and multicultural environment. Any time of year, it is great to be in Toronto. In summer, there are many arts and cultural festivals. During the fall, the colourful trees are beautiful. In winter, go ice skating by the lake. Each spring, fragrant cherry trees bloom in High Park. The city has many kinds of attractions, such as the CN TowerCasa Loma, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of OntarioRipley’s Aquarium of Canada and Canada’s Wonderland theme park. Toronto is a city of neighbourhoods. Our fabulous multicultural communities — ChinatownGreektown, Little Italy, and Koreatown — let you eat your way around the world.

Terrific Toronto!

  • Canada’s largest city with 2.8 million residents 
  • Multicultural centre where half the population was born outside of Canada
  • Home to more than 100 languages
  • One of North America’s largest public-transit systems
  • Five professional sport teams
  • Average annual temperature ranges from -8°C to 27°C

What’s the weather like in Toronto? Here’s some information about the clothing you’ll need in Toronto’s climate.

  • Looking down from the CN Tower
  • City Hall
  • Nathan Phillips Square
  • Old City Hall
  • Roy Thomson Hall
  • Royal Ontario Museum_Outside
  • St Lawrence Market
  • Toronto Skyline at Night
  • Toronto Skyline
  • TTC Streecar 2
  • TTC Streetcar
  • TTC Subway