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The City of Toronto's motto is "Diversity our Strength" and throughout the entire GTA diversity of race, religion and lifestyle are celebrated and set Toronto apart from many other world cities. Over 100 languages are spoken here and you are likely to find an expression of that culture in at least one neighbourhood, whether in the form of an ethnic event, restaurant or retail shop. It's a diversity that continues to grow: between 2001 and 2005 the Toronto area saw an average of 107,000 international immigrants arrive each year and almost three-quarters of Torontonians aged 15 and older have direct ties to immigration. The GTA is truly the place where the world meets, and mixes.


Andrea from the Congo

Cosmopolis wears Toronto's diversity on its booksleeve

Toronto photographer releases photo book of new Canadians from every country in the world. 

Live Art Festival, by Mural Routes and StART at Underpass Park.

The Pan Am Path to a connected city

A new 84-kilometre trail sets out to link Toronto's communities and cultures. 

Craig Wong of Patois.

Toronto's blossoming fusion food scene puts the world on your plate in a whole new way

From Jamaican-Italian to Thai perogies, meet the city's latest restaurant craze.

Lucy McGarry, in the Harry Rosen Research Commons, Psychology Research and Training Centre at Ryerso

New therapies are helping children with autism overcome sensory barriers

From music to video games, new technologies are making therapies for children with ASD more affordable and accessible. Meet the Toronto-based researchers whose innovations are helping children understand themselves—and the world around them—in new ways. 

Black Creek Farm

Black Creek Community Farm, a hidden urban oasis near Jane & Finch

Black Creek Community Farm is a small, seven-acre farm in the Jane and Finch neighbourhood that is bringing fresh local produce and unique learning opportunities to one of the city's most challenging areas.
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