The National Geographic ranked Toronto's St. Lawrence Market as the worlds best food market, beating out New York's Union Square Greenmarket and St. Lucia's Castries Market. It's a tourist destination, a shopping extravaganza and one of the best people-watching places you'll ever visit.
Toronto is also the 5th largest financial capital in North America.
Not only that, our stock exchange is the 7th larges in the world and the World Economic Forum, in its annual global competitiveness reports, has singled out Toronto's banks as the soundest on the planet for the past 7 years in a row.
And speaking of banks, we are home to the headquarters of the country's largest 5, 3 of whi ...
Toronto is the world's best city to live in, according to a study of a major metropolises by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
It is based on a ranking of 50 major cities by a study of safety along with past rankings based on liveability and cost of living. Cities were further sorted according to past country rankings based on business environment, degree of democracy and food security.
1.) Toronto Named the Best Place to Live in the World by the Economist.
2.) Toronto is the Financial Capital of Canada and Fifth Largest in North America.
3.) Toronto has the Best Food Market in the World.
4.) There's a Neighbourhood for Everyone in Toronto
5.) Toronto is Really Clean.
6.) You Don't Need a Car to Get Around in Toronto.
7.) Toronto is Fun and has Something to do for Everyone ...