Looking for more ways to explore Toronto? As locals, we are constantly rediscovering, reeducating and even rethinking what we are all about. We’ve recently spent a few days with Tourism Toronto to experience Indigenous arts & culture (and food!) in, and around, our city. Here are some ideas to get you started…
Whether it’s visiting wine country by doubledecker bus, rafting on a tidal bore or tucking into a lobster feast, there are memories to be made in Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia is the kind of place where strangers stop to talk and smiles come easy. It’s also where this famous east-coast hospitality, fresh seafood, good wine and pristine beaches all come together to create memorable summer holidays.
Canada has a goal to attract one million people to live and work in the country by 2020. Judging by feedback from expats, it shouldn’t have too much trouble with that objective. Listed as one of the best countries in the world for expats, it is consistently praised for its accepting and tolerant society and great quality of life.
Some say the name of Ontario’s capital city derives from the indigenous Huron word for “meeting place” – and Toronto’s ethnically diverse population, combined with a smörgåsbord of big and bold events and festivals, as well as its hip neighbourhoods makes Canada’s largest city an ideal place to have fun at any time of the year.
Vancouver is one of the best cities in Canada for expats. According to Further Digital Marketing, Vancouver ranks in the top three, along with Toronto and Calgary. Using The Economist’s latest Liveability report, which puts Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver in the top five most liveable cities in the world, the agency found that this trio of Canadian hotspots are world leaders when it comes to quality of living.