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Living & Working in Toronto

Toronto is Canada's largest and most exciting urban centre with some of the best museums, galleries and theatres to see.  Toronto is one of the most diverse and hospitable cities in the world. Over 100 languages and dialects are spoken here, and over one third of Toronto residents speak a language other than English at home. Home to The Canadian Opera Company, The National Ballet of Canada and The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Toronto is known for being a hub for world-class culture.

To make it easy for your to find information you need, below are some helpful links to various websites that will provide you with general information about our city, getting around in the GTA, shopping, accommodations, tourist attractions and much more.

About Toronto

City of Toronto

Accommodations/Rental Opportunities

Places for Students to Rent
Places for Rent 
Rental Opportunities
Rent Seeker
Rosemont Residences (for short-term accommodation)   

Hotels

Best Western (Call to inquire about Sunnybrook-preferred rates)
Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites (Sunnybrook-preferred rates)
Eaton Chelsea
Glen Grove Suites
Mariott Hotel
Radisson Hotel Toronto East
Toronto Hotels
Travel in Ontario 

Restaurants

Toronto Restaurants
Pickle Barrel
Swiss Chalet
Lobster Trap
Milestone's
Baton Rouge
Oliver & Bonacini

Shopping

Bayview Village Shopping Centre
Toronto Eaton Centre
Yorkdale Shopping Centre
Centerpoint Mall
Empress Walk
Sheppard Centre 

Travel & Tourism

Air Canada Centre
CN Tower
Empire Theatres at Empress Walk
Ontario Place
Ontario Science Centre
Ontario Tourism
Royal Ontario Museum
Toronto.com
Toronto Life
Toronto Centre for the Arts

Transportation

Greater Toronto Area Cycling Maps
GO Transit
Ministry of Transportation
TTC - Toronto Transit Commission
Toronto Pearson International Airport
VIA Rail