TORONTO, ONTARIO

Rich history, beautiful sights, welcome to Ontario's capital

Toronto's treats

Toronto's foods are very different from one another. Toronto has 19 major types of food served at restaurants in the area from BBQ to vegetarian and from French to TEX-MEX. If you like TEX-MEX there are 3 restaurants in town but all owned by the same company like there are only 3 french restaurants in town but all owned by different companies. In Toronto there is lots of different foods from different cultures.

Where is Toronto

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TORONTO'S TALL TALES

Toronto is known for it's history culture and arts. one of the most historical events that happened there was the building of maple leaf gardens directed by Conn Smyth in 8 month during the great depression. Another historical event is the building of the CN tower which is the tallest man made building in the world. There are also some cultural and artistic feats like the Toronto jazz fest that is held yearly where jazz artist from around the world come to Toronto to sing in front millions of people which will be held for June 20-29 in 2013. Well if you love art go view some of Canada's greatest art in the Ontario art gallery. Also the band " RUSH " was formed in Toronto. These are only a few historical cultural and artistec moments that took place in Toronto.

ROY HARGROVE AT THE TORONTO JAZZ FEST 2012

Roy Hargrove's RH Factor - Toronto Jazz Festival 2012

TOM SAWER BY RUSH

Tom Sawyer - Rush (Official Video)

TOUR TORONTO

Toronto has many things to do for a low cost ( C.D ). Well you could go see the Toronto maple leafs in action at the AIR CANADA CENTRE. By the way the maple leafs have won 11 Stanley Cups. Speaking of the Stanley Cup you can go see it with other hockey artifacts and some of the greatest players of all time go to the hockey hall of fame. Another sports team that Toronto has is the blue jays who are the only base ball team in Canada and play at the ROGERS CENTER located next to the CN tower. Speaking of the CN tower you can go up to the veiwing area and see Toronto with a bird's eye veiw, and while you're up there try the edge walk. If you're getting hungary while you're there go the CN towers 360 diner which is one of Toronto's finest restaurants. There are only some tourest atractions listed.

CN TOWER EDGE WALK

Cn Tower's Edgewalk ! FULL EXPERIENCE VIDEO .

HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto - Ontario, Canada

TORONTO'S MARKINGS

Are there even any landmarks in Toronto because it is a realy bussy place from the looks of it? The answer is yes and here are a few. The Cambell house museum is a good place to start and see how mr.Cambell lived and what house in Toronto used to look like. Another landmark is a fort used in the war 1812 whichis fort york. There is also the black creek pioneer village which was one of the first pioneer sedlements in Toronto. And last but not least see who some of Toronto's very own beer was made at the steam whistle brewing house. There are many more but these are the biggest ones

TORONTO'S TUNES

Toronto has many different languages spoken there like English which 57% because England had Toronto ever since England started colonizing Canada. Also French is spoken there but only 1.5% is spoken in Toronto because most of the French moved to Quebec. As we know Canada has opened the door for many immigrants and the most spoken immigrant language is INDO- Iranian. There are also some other languages like Romance and Chinese which 16% of the population speak combined. There are many languages that are from everywhere in Toronto.

TORONTO'S TEMPERATURES

What are temperatures like in all 4 seasons of the year. Well in the spring season temperatures are about 7.5'c. In the summer they are about 22.1'c. In the fall it is about 10.7'c. And in the winter they are about -4.5'c.So there ae all temperatures for all 4 seasons.

WINTER

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Books by BOBBIE KALMAN Canada the land ,people , and culture series. published in 2002 by CRABTREE in NEY YORK,NY. Internet sights used were toronto must see at http://www.seetorontonow.com/atractions/toronto-must-see and cusine at http://www.seetorontonow.com/catagory/cusine/#cat-240 both updated on may 8th 2013. Data base used was Ontario the hartland provinceestablished in 1867 1st province at culture grams published in 2013 and 1 page long. Encyclopedia used was world book updated in 2013 with aticle title of toronto
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