If you have ever lived in Toronto, you know the gazillion reasons why it is such a great place to call home. If you haven’t, then you are in for a real treat. First and foremost, Toronto is an extremely safe, clean and friendly place. In fact, it is known to be overly polite with many “I’m Sorrys” even if someone else bumps into you.
As you would expect from any other world class city, Toronto has a number of tourist attractions, including: the CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame, many art galleries and museums and a ton of children’s entertainment facilities. There is also easy access to Wine Country, skiing, hiking and great golf courses, which are all more or less an hour away.
We can’t say enough good things about Toronto and its various communities. Toronto is unofficially known as the most multicultural city in the world with over 140 languages (and dialects) spoken by Torontonians. Just over 30 per cent of Toronto residents speak a language other than English or French at home. All of these diverse cultures happily co-exist and thrive together.
Whether you refer to Toronto as the Big Smoke, Hogtown, T.O. or any other fond names, you must quickly learn that you do not pronounce the second T. It is pronounced Tor-on-o!