👥 Population: 2.9 million
🕑 Time Zone: Eastern Time Zone (EST): UTC -5
Toronto is the largest city of Ontario as well as Canada. It is also the commercial hub of the country. 51% of the population are foreign born making it one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
Climate in Toronto is humid continental, featuring hot, humid summers and cold winters. Average temperature in summer is 22ºC and winter is -5ºC.
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Bus: With Toronto Transit Commission it takes 1 hour from the airport to the city. Tickets start at C$10.
Train: With Union Pearson Express it takes 25 minutes from the airport to the city. Tickets start at C$12.35.
Car rentals: Car rental options
Methods: Bus, subway, streetcars
Downtown Toronto: Made up of small, popular areas such as Kensington Market, Entertainment/Fashion District, Cabbagetown & Harbourfront. Old Toronto is included in this area. Great for first-timers and if you have no car. Has everything you could possibly want.
Midtown Toronto: Made up of smaller areas such as Yorkville and The Annex. Yorkville is more affluent and has high-end retail stores. It’s relaxed and has easy access to other neighbourhoods. The Annex is great for young professionals and creatives. Great food.
A 1 bedroom place typically costs between C$1,500 and C$3,000 per month.
A 2 bedroom place typically costs between C$1,700 and C$3,500 per month.
Dufferin Grove Farmers Market
Evergreen Brick Works Farmers Market
St. Lawrence Market
To get you started quickly, we focused on picking one, cool, unique, and comfortable coworking space per location. Prices are for a desk in a shared space, for every day use. Expect dedicated spaces to cost more.
Prices are from C$300 per month.