Still evolving and fostering its identity, Canada’s financial powerhouse hovers between being seriously conservative and wildly liberal (ie. you can’t drink on the street, but both men and women can walk about topless…) With its shiny skyscrapers, picturesque Old Town and bravely futuristic architecture, Toronto is cosmopolitan yet unpretentious, both diverse and unique. It’s also a thriving cultural hub: ‘T.O’ hosts a renowned International Film Festival, has the third largest theatre district in the world and is lousy with fabulous art galleries. Nightlife runs the gamut from kick back and relax to kick up your heels glamour, and a wide spectrum of restaurants follow suit. One in every two people living here was born outside of Canada, resulting in a cultural mosaic. So good news gourmands: Toronto is your global buffet.
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