Toronto

One of the World’s Great Cities

U of T Engineering lies in the heart of Toronto — a city unparalleled for its diversity. From unique cultural festivals and concerts to unforgettable attractions and food, Toronto offers exciting activities on a daily basis.

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Global Getaway

Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is a hub for world travel. Toronto is 1.5 hours from New York City; 5 hours from L.A.; 13 hours from Dubai; 14 hours from New Delhi; and 15 hours from Hong Kong.

Most Diverse City in the World

More than 140 cultures and hundreds of friendly neighbourhoods shape this dynamic metropolis. Restaurants and grocery stores reflect the city’s rich diversity, giving you
every opportunity to indulge in new and
familar flavours.

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Commuter-Friendly

Whether you’re walking, cycling or taking public transit, Toronto is easy to navigate. Toronto is home to North America’s third-largest mass transit system.

First in Safety

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2015 Safe Cities Index ranked Toronto as North America’s safest city.

Seven Sports Teams

There’s never a dull moment with seven Toronto-based professional sports teams, including the Toronto Blue Jays (baseball), Toronto Maple Leafs (hockey), Toronto FC (soccer) and Toronto Raptors (basketball).

Sunny Days

On average, Toronto has 305 days of sunshine. When weather isn’t agreeable, explore PATH, the largest underground pedestrian system in North America.

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City of Festivals

Every season brims with celebrations of all kinds, from the world’s largest Pride festival in the summer to the renowned Toronto International Film Festival in the fall.

Care for a Skate or  Ski?

There are more than 50 outdoor skating rinks in Toronto during the winter, and plenty of slopes for skiing and snowboarding within an hour of the city.

Pedestrian-Only Islands

The Toronto Islands are just a short ferry ride from downtown, and a great place for beach volleyball, picnics and leisure.