On March 6, 2009, Canada’s commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural hub turned 175 years old. With a population of 2.48 million, Toronto is home to one of the world’s largest buildings (CN Tower) and the world’s longest street, (Yonge Street at 1,896 km).
The capital of Ontario is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. In the 2006 Census, forty-seven per cent of Torontonians stated having a mother tongue in a language other than English or French. It is estimated that over 140 languages and dialects are spoken in Toronto.
For more information on this beautiful city residing on the shores of Lake Ontario, visit http://www.toronto.ca/