Canada's largest city (in population) and financial centre. Fifth largest city in N. America behind, Mexico City, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. The most diverse city on the planet, where more than 40% of the population is born outside Canada. A world class city, often known for its global meet-ups, concerts and film shoots. Many companies, organizations are located within the city.
The city recievs large amounts of criticism from other parts of the city.
1. "Crime ridden": Basically, same problem as New York. It has very low crimes rates, yet it is critisized for high crime rates? Maybe these "other cities" can just keep dreaming and buy a computer and go the Canada Statistics website and find out who actually does have high crime rates *cough* you *cough*.
2. Pollution: Yeah, and your perfect star land where someone would faint as someone else slowly breathes out carbon dioxide.
3. "Ignorant": Do you know any city/town/village in central BC? Do you know any city/town/village in Northern Quebec? Guess not. Do I know the city opposite to me within in my province? Yes, Thunder Bay or Fort Severn, go figure.
4. "Not world class": Then what is? Why is Sydney, Australia world class? They certainly have less diversity and population (no offence it is an ideal city) and yet we don't have the things to match? Pathetic. Also, San Francisco is rated world class, Toronto has 10x the population, more diversity and their ticket to fame was the Bay Bridge, so we decided to use the CN Tower.
If Toronto were a seperate province, Quebec would be biggest, Ontario would be second and Toronto would come third.
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