Where is Toronto?
Toronto is located in the Canadian province of Ontario. It's on the north shore of Lake Ontario, about 50 miles from Buffalo, NY by air
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You can visit the Eatons Centre, CN tower, Hockey Hall of Fame, Royal Ontario Museum, go to a Blue jays game, go to the Bata Shoe Museum, go to a Maple Leafs Game, a Toronto R…aptors Game, look at the waterfront, visit the Rogers Center, Casa Loma, Thompson Memorial Park, and do so much things. Its endless. Awesome city. . If you're over 19, go to Hot Box Cafe in Kensington Market and smoke some weed.
It's in Canada. And it is Vancouver Island not Victoria.
Toronto is a city in Canada and is located in to province ofOntario. It is home to over 2.79 million people.
Toronto is the provincial capital of Ontario, Canada. It is locatedin the south-central part of Ontario on the tip of Lake Ontario.
The Word Toronto means "Meeting Place", Since Toronto is Canada's Largest City, It is where all the business is done, and where politics takes place. It is called the meeting …place because Toronto is where most of the countries important stuff gets done and where the government meets. ===== There is another theory as to the meaning of the word "Toronto." Many are of the opinion that it means "trees in the water." Lake Simcoe was at one time called Lac de Toronto, and the first nations footpath leading from the mouth of the Humber River to Lake Simcoe was known as the Toronto Portage. In Lake Simcoe, as well as at the Toronto Island, there used to be many trees that appeared to be growing out of the water.
Toronto was incorporated as a city in 1834. Prior to that Toronto was called York.
Toronto is not on the equator. In fact, it is almost exactly halfway between the equator and the North Pole.
mattars from where.If your in America going to Toronto you can drive but on a island on a airplane. From anywhere in Continental America(s) you can drive, or take a bus, or t…rain, From any other place either a plane or ship is required.
It Is in Canada
The City of Toronto, in the colony of Upper Canada, was incorporated on March 6, 1834, but the area had been known as Toronto as early as 1615 when it was visited by Ãtienn…e BrÃ»lÃ©. Toronto, Ohio, was incorporated in 1881 and was named after Toronto, Ontario (formerly Upper Canada), because civic leader Thomas M. Daniels felt Toronto, Ontario, was "a place worth emulating."
From indoor to outdoor amusement parks, you can ride a carouselanytime of the year!
The Toronto Zoo is in Scarborough, an east borough of Toronto.
In CN Tower
just south of the I-55/I-72 interchange near springfield. pleasedon't put this under the "Toronto" catagory, next time try"America" or "Geography"
The history of Toronto began in the late 18th century when theBritish Crown purchased its land from the Mississaugas of the NewCredit. The settlement established there became …York, whichlieutenant governor John Graves Simcoe designated as the capital ofUpper Canada. The city was ransacked in the Battle of York duringthe War of 1812. In 1834, York became a city and renamed toToronto. It was damaged in two huge fires in 1849 and 1904. Since1954, the city occasionally expanded its borders throughamalgamation with surrounding municipalities, most recentlyoccurring in 1998.