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Ontario: Canada's capital and largest metropolis await you

In Ontario we find the country’s largest metropolis —, with its 5.5 million inhabitants, Toronto is made up of one of the most diverse populations in the world. In Toronto, one can visit shops and restaurants that appeal to all the senses, and for good reason: nearly half of Torontonians were born outside of Canada, having come from Germany, China, Greece, Portugal, Poland, India, the Caribbean and more.

In Ontario, one can hear more than 200 different native languages. In first place is English, followed by Chinese, French and Italian. It is not surprising to find Toronto is filled with cultural neighbourhoods like Koreatown, Chinatown, Little Jamaica and Little Portugal, with shops and restaurants that truly appeal to everyone's tastes!

A must-see is Ottawa, where tourists come to see the Parliament building, the Rideau Canal and the famous ByWard Market, the oldest farmer's market in the country. And what do we find all around? Irish pubs, which abound in the national capital.

The second largest province in the country — after Quebec — is composed of 334 provincial parks, which cover just under 8 per cent of the territory.

On the cultural side, it is difficult to get bored thanks to the province’s three orchestras, many festivals and museums, and, of course, the highly celebrated Toronto International Film Festival, the largest in Canada.

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Cities in Ontario

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