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Toronto is Ontario’s capital and is the largest city in Canada, with a population of over 2.5 million. It is a multi-ethnic hub with 49% of its population born outside of Canada. The first wave of immigrants date back to the nineteenth century. People of Irish, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Russian and Polish origins moved here gradually, contributing to the vast multiculturalism we see today.

Toronto is a major international centre for business and finance and is now Canada’s heart of banking, finance, commerce and culture. The city has a number of universities including the University of Toronto, one of the most acclaimed universities in Canada. Toronto is a dynamic city with a bustling nightlife boasting numerous bars, restaurants and nightclubs.

Festivals, like the Toronto International Film Festival, are organized every year. The Beaches International Jazz Festival is another popular event. There are also many interesting and informative museums to discover such as the Royal Ontario Museum.

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For many, the Halloween season is the most important celebration of the entire year and as such, Toronto’s costume and décor game is decidedly strong. So you best be ready. Looking for the perfect piece to complete your guise (or just a last-minute costume), or keen on decking out your spot with everything from fake spider webs to animatronic zombies? Check out these spooky spots for all your Halloween needs.
Three words: Pick. Your. Own. Whether you’re looking to come home with a bag of freshly plucked Ontario apples or frolic about the pumpkin patch with your pals, these Ontario farms are ready with all the essential autumnal activities. These close-to-the-city spots offer everything from a quintessential fall wagon ride through the field, to estate wineries, to weekend farmers markets. [Image credit:]
Absinthe is one of the most mysterious of liquors, with its origins in 18th century Switzerland. With an anise-flavour and greenish colour, Absinthe is one of the most sought after – and hard to find – alcoholic drinks on the market, popular among bohemians, academics and artists alike. The following is a list of places you can go in Toronto to dance with the green fairy. [Image credit:] 
In a multicultural city like Toronto, it’s easy to find delicious eats from far and wide. Hogtown boasts fare from the Philippines to the Middle East to Scandinavia. Most people don’t know that the restaurants which serve the best international suppers also do brunch, too. Here’s where you’ll find the best globally inspired brunches in the 6.  [Image credit:]

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