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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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Canadian Olympians are getting ready to hit the #RoadToRio for the 2016 summer games, taking place August 5th to the 21st. Are you ready for #Rio2016? Cheer on team Canada in true patriot love fashion, get styled like an Olympian, and wear the team uniform to show your support. Here’s where to shop Olympic fashion and performance wear. [Photo courtesy of Mark Blinch/Canadian Olympic Committee]
Toronto’s Finest Comfort Food Crawl runs through the 6 for two weeks this August. Grab your official passport at any of the 10 participating restaurants across Toronto and get one comfort food dish at every stop for just $5 (from Cuban sammies to three-bite doughnuts). Bonus: the festival supports Second Harvest, so you can chow down on these killer deals knowing it’s for a great cause. Photo courtesy of Toronto's Finest. 
Trinity Bellwoods is one of Toronto’s top spots to soak in the sun all summer long, not to mention one of best beaten paths for dog owners during winter, spring and fall. Whether catching a match of tennis or lounging in the dog bowl, activities always go better with a good cup of joe. The following is a list of the best close-by cafés and coffee shops to keep you peppy all day long. [Featured image: The Tampered Press]
If you’re vegan or have a lactose intolerance, you don’t have to sacrifice having ice cream anymore. There are so many places in Toronto where you can indulge in dairy-free, egg-free ice cream. And, there’s nothing boring about them either. In fact, these vegan ice cream parlours are just as epic as their dairy counterparts. [Feature image: Nanashake]

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