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Known as a cultural melting pot and one of the most diverse cities on the planet, Toronto is Canada’s largest metropolis. Toronto is renowned for its vibrant, bustling atmosphere, world-class arts and entertainment venues, historical sites, museums and thousands of restaurants serving up any cuisine imaginable. Toronto has a never ending list of activities and new places to explore. Toronto loves its festivals and annually hosts exciting events such as Caribana, The Honda Indy, NXNE and Nuit Blanche which attract tourists from all over the globe. The patchwork of over two hundred communities, each having its own style and unique character has earned Toronto the nickname of ‘The City of Neighbourhoods.’
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The City Of Toronto
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- Prince George has a Livability Score of 70/100, which is considered average
- Prince George crime rates are 164% higher than the British Columbia average
- Cost of living in Prince George is 30% lower than the British Columbia average
- Prince George real estate prices are 68% lower than the British Columbia average
- Rental prices in Prince George are 59% lower than the British Columbia average
The #1 guide to living in Metro Toronto, ON for 2021, is compiled using the AreaVibes Livability Score which is calculated from a score out of 100 and based on various categories. These categories include amenities, cost of living, crime rates, education, employment, housing, and weather.
Greater Toronto Area
The Greater Toronto Area, commonly referred to as the GTA, includes the City of Toronto and the regional municipalities of Durham, Halton, Peel, and York. In total, the region contains 25 urban, suburban, and rural municipalities. The Greater Toronto Area begins in Burlington in the Halton Region, and extends along Lake Ontario past downtown Toronto eastward to Clarington in the Durham Region.
According to the 2021 census, the Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) of Toronto has a total population of 6,202,225.