SYMBOLS OF TORONTO THE NAIONAL SYMBOLS OF TORONTO ARE THE FLAG OF TORONTO AND THE COAT OF ARMS
INTERESTING PACULIARITIES Nickname(s): T.O., T-Dot, Hogtown, The Queen City, Toronto the Good, The City Within a ParkNickname(s): T.O., T-Dot, Hogtown, The Queen City, Toronto the Good, The City Within a Park Motto: Diversity Our StrengthMotto: Diversity Our Strength
Toronto is the second largest city of Canada and capital of Ontario. Population: nearly 2 million people. Climate is moderate. The oldest university of Ontario is the University of Toronto Toronto is the only Canadian city with representation in seven major league sports, with teams in the National Hockey League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, Canadian Football League, Major League Soccer, Canadian Women's Hockey League and W-League.
Toronto is one of the most peaceful, large and cosmopolitan cities in the world. The one and only real castle in North America is in Toronto. Niagara Falls is just an hours drive from Toronto The longest street in the world - Yonge Street, is in Toronto. In 2006, Toronto was ranked as the most expensive Canadian city to live in. The residents of Toronto are called Torontonians the CN tower is the tallest free standing structure in the world and it is located in downtown Toronto.
The university of Toronto, The CN Tower, the Young Street, Casa Loma