Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world.
The population of Toronto currently consists of 2.8 million people and 50% of these residents were born in foreign countries. In addition to that, there are over 200 languages spoken amongst Torontonians so the city is booming with multiculturalism. At almost every corner of the city, one can find an ethnically diverse restaurant, bar or even a nightclub. Toronto manages to pack the entire world into one city.
The crime rate in Toronto is surprisingly low.
Despite Toronto’s large population, being the 4th most populated city in North America, its current crime rates are at an all-time low. Toronto was ranked the 3rd lowest city in Canada for both homicide and violent crime rates. Overall, the number of cases of violent crimes occurring within Toronto has also been decreasing drastically. It’s interesting that a city so diverse and populated happens to be one of the safest in the world.
There is always something to do here.
Toronto’s nightlife is truly amazing. No matter how late or early into the night you are, there is always something fun to do. There are clubs, bars, pubs, drives-ins and many exciting events to attend that are open all through the night.
The city of Toronto appreciates and exhibits various art forms.
The Distillery District, Harbourfront, Kensington Market and Queen West are a few of the many amazing art exhibits in Toronto. The city is dotted throughout by phenomenal works of art that serve as an inspiration to the people.
Toronto has some of the best schools in the world!
The University of Toronto (UofT), Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD), Ryerson University and York University are all world-renowned schools that are located almost 20 minutes away from each other! No matter what you want to study, there are so many superb opportunities for you to do so right here in Toronto.
Toronto has some amazing sports teams and great civic pride.
Whether it’s a game of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Blue Jays, TFC or the Raptors, the Scotiabank Centre is always crowded with devoted fans who show up to cheer on their home teams. If you want to really feel Toronto pride, we suggest you go to any such sports game and you will truly feel like a Torontonian.