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  • Toronto #1 City to Visit in Canada During 2015

    Whether you are planning a vacation to Canada or considering Canadian immigration, 2015 may be the perfect year to travel to Toronto! The respected Canadian travel website Vacay.ca has released its list of the best cities in Canada to visit during 2015 and named Toronto as its top pick for the New Year, ahead of #4 Vancouver, #8 Montreal and #10 Calgary.


    Although Canada’s largest city is a great place to visit or to live long-term, there are several reasons why you may want to visit or even move to Toronto in 2015.  Toronto is a popular destination for people from around the globe who immigrate to Canada and, thus, Toronto is an interesting, cosmopolitan city with an endless range of ethnic eateries with which to tantalize your taste buds. For the past several years (including 2014), the London-based Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has rated Toronto as the 3rd “most livable city in the world” out of the 140 major international cities examined each year, based on such factors as culture and environment, education, healthcare, infrastructure, and stability. With its close proximity to magnificent Niagara Falls, there is much to see and do both in and near Toronto. These are just some of the quality of life features that motivate many foreign nationals approved for Canadian immigration to move to Toronto and which draw tourists from across the Earth.


    With all that this incredible Canadian city regularly has to offer tourists and residents, 2015 is an especially good time to travel to Toronto due to several major events being held there this year. In addition to the Beaches International Jazz festival (July 17-26, 2015) and the 40th Toronto International Film festival (TIFF) taking place September 10-15, 2015, approximately 250,000 athletes and sports spectators from around the globe will gather in Toronto for the Pan Am Games occurring July 10-26, 2015 and the Parapan Am Games to be held August 7-15, 2015. This is just a taste of some of the many terrific places and events you and your family could enjoy if you travel to Toronto this year!   

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