Toronto is not only Known as one of the world’s most multi-cultural cities, especially Downtown Toronto prides itself on it wide range of cultures, languages, food and arts. But also Forbes Magazine tracked the “world’s Most Economically powerful cities” included Toronto in its top ten list. According to Forbes, powerful cities such as Toronto attract investment due to the size of our economy, our projected future prosperity, cost of living and quality of Life. Forbes describes Toronto as lying at the economic heart of one of the world’s wealthiest countries, projected to keep humming through 2020.

Downtown Toronto is one of the very few North American cities in which people can choose not to own a car without suffering major inconveniences. This is largely due to The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) – North America’s third largest public transit system.

Environmental wise, Toronto still achieved 21st position in the Top 50 cleanest cities reported by Forbes Magazine. Nevertheless, Toronto is well-known for its healthy arts scene, numerous sporting events, a vibrant nightlife, and restaurants, bistros and eateries featuring cuisine from just about any nationality one could think of.

The Art Gallery of Ontario and Royal Ontario Museum are popular with both tourists and residents. Toronto is a major performing arts centre, with more than fifty ballet and dance companies, six opera companies and two symphony orchestras, performing in many notable venues including Roy Thompson Hall, The Hummingbird Centre and the Centre for the Performing Arts. The major venues for sporting events are the Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre and BMO Field are all located in Downtown Toronto.

Some of the well know residential area’s in Toronto are Yorkville, Toronto Waterfront, St Lawrence Market, Liberty Village, The Beaches, King and Queen West, Cabbage town and Leslieville.