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Toronto is home to a number of educational institutions, including the largest university in Canada, the University of Toronto, which has a student population of more than 60,000 across three campuses (one downtown, one in Scarborough, and another in Mississauga).
Other schools include the Royal Conservatory of Music and its associated Glenn Gould Professional School are internationally-recognized centres for musical training and the highly respected Ontario College of Art and Design, the fourth-largest art school in North America.
The city has a world-renowned museum, the Royal Ontario Museum (frequently referred to as "the ROM"), and one of North America's largest art galleries, the Art Gallery of Ontario (also known as the "AGO"). Exhibition Place is the home of the Canadian National Exhibition (the CNE or "the Ex"), an annual event that takes place in August. Nearby Ontario Place is a popular amusement park on the waterfront.
Toronto is home to Canada's most active theatre scene, and is often considered to be the third largest centre for English language theatre in the world, behind New York City and London.
Toronto's primary airport is Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), located just outside the city's borders in neighbouring Mississauga. It is the fourth-largest international airport in North America and is the world's largest originator of air traffic into the United States. The city also has a smaller commercial airport, the Toronto City Centre Airport (YTZ).
Perhaps Toronto’s most exciting asset, however, is the lifestyle it offers. In Toronto, your employees and their families will find communities, attractions, and a quality of life that will keep them happy and productive.
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What makes Toronto
Toronto is Canada's largest city and the provincial capital of Ontario. Known as the "economic engine of Canada", Toronto is considered a beta world city, exerting significant regional, national and often global influence.
The City of Toronto covers an area of 247 square miles and is bounded by Lake Ontario to the south.
Toronto is Canada's financial center as well as one of the country's most important cultural, and health sciences centres. It has perhaps the most diversified economies in North America (see Demography below), with the largest concentration of head corporate offices in a variety of fields, the highest concentration of cultural workers and institutions, and the largest arts and culture community in Canada. Toronto is also one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
Toronto is a port of entry, as well as being an important commercial, financial, and industrial hub. It is the banking and stock exchange centre of the country, and is Canada's primary wholesale and distribution point. Its importance as a port increased after the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Ontario's wealth of raw materials and hydroelectric power have made Toronto into a primary centre of industry. The city and its surrounding area produces more than half of Canada's manufactured goods.
In recent years, Toronto has become one of the centres of Canada's film industry, along with Vancouver, due to the lower cost of producing films and television shows in Canada.
Toronto's streetcars are one of its most distinctive features, as it is one of two North American cities (besides San Francisco, California) which still has a large streetcar system that uses mostly instreet operation. Serving a network of eleven different routes, the streetcars operate primarily in the downtown core, though some streetcars do operate outside of that area.