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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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Made from crispy, flaky dough piped with pastry cream and traditionally topped with chocolate icing, éclairs have caught food-trend fire in Toronto, with expert pastry chefs serving up fun variations that rival those found on the streets of Paris. Head to these Toronto patisseries when you’re craving this classic French dessert, they’ll be offering rich flavour fusions that are absolutely to die for. [Feature image: Nugateau]
Trying to spice things up with your partner but not sure how? Toronto has a wide selection of classes for couples, straight and queer alike. Whether you’re scouring the secrets of tantric yoga, reconnecting over a sumptuous cooking class, or learning how to jive in unison, couples classes are a great way to re-connect with your partner in the real world. [Image credit: iStock.com/franckreporter]
It’s not just a line from your favourite TV show; winter really is coming. So get comfy, because it’s going to be a while. Fanciful vintage fashion abounds in Toronto, but let’s be real. As Canadians, a practical wardrobe suits us best. To help you plump up your closet for the cold, we’ve put together some of the best vintage shops for warm winter gear.
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: iStock.com/augustproject] 

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