Toronto is Canada's economic powerhouse and its largest city, it is also North America's fourth most populous municipality. It is bordered by Steeles Avenue to the north, the Rouge River to the east, Lake Ontario to the south and Etobicoke Creek/Highway 427 to the west. It is home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people.
Toronto is a lively, bustling metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, multi-storey condominiums, and office towers, but they are all overshadowed by the iconic CN Tower. Toronto is a dynamic, diverse, rising city that provides an optimal business environment for companies looking for a competitive edge, since it is Canada's financial and business capital.
Toronto is rated as one of the top global cities with economic clout, only behind New York. It's a global centre for finance, business, arts and culture, and it is consistently ranked one of the world's most liveable cities in the world.
According to Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey data, over 1.26 million of Toronto residents are employed. Eighty-five percent of City’s residents work in the service-producing industries.
The economic outlook for 2017 is for employment to continue increasing at a rapid pace, while the unemployment rate is expected to fall well below eight percent. The housing market enterprise will continue to increase, with continued growth in prices, sales and construction.
This awe-inspiring city has virtually everything you could ever want or need within a small radius. There is always something going on every weekend throughout the year, but it is the summer when the city comes alive with multiple festivals and events happening simultaneously.