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Where is Toronto?
Toronto is in Ontario (the province to the west of Quebec.) Look left from Quebec, along the long river (St. Lawrence River) at the lower edge of the map. You'll see Lake Onta…rio. Look along the top (north) shore of the lake. The blob at the north west edge is Toronto.
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.
Providence is a city in Rhode Island, among other things. The word you are thinking of is province and the answer is Ontario.
Toronto is it's on city in Ontario, Canada. The capital of Canada, is Ottawa. So, being Canadian, and smart... I am correct, and you are well... Bad at geography.
From indoor to outdoor amusement parks, you can ride a carousel anytime of the year!
It Is in Canada
Lots of reasons. For one, it's a huge city - there's about 5.5 million people in the Toronto urban area, or about one-sixth of the entire population of Canada. Polit…ically, it's the capital of Ontario. Economically, it's Canada's business capital, one of the top financial cities in the world and home of one of the world's largest stock markets. It's also home to lots of huge, international companies. Even long before it became a financial power, Toronto was a major centre of trade on the Great Lakes. Culturally, it's a major centre for arts and media. It's also considered to be one of the world's most multicultural and livable cities.
Answer Currently, Toronto is in the Eastern Daylight Time Zone which is Greenwich Mean Time minus 4 hours. When Daylight Savings Time ends Toronto will be Greenwich Me…an Time minus 5 hours.
Driving from Toronto to Tobermory, first get yourself to Owen Sound. You can either take 400 and then 26 to Owen Sound, or pick up 10 west of Toronto and take it al…l the way to Owen Sound. From Owen Sound, 6 will take you to Tobermory.
Yup, it certainly does! The only debate is really just when. And when it is snow season, it usually lasts for 6-8 months. This past year, the snow did not completely melt for …good until late mid-April. Snow is usually an average of 2-10 cm throughout the season. We've also had hail at the end of June before. ...If you are talking about the 2010 year that is not accurate at all. I go out mountain biking north of Pickering in the deep woods and there wasn't any snow in April at all. No, I assure you it is. I've lived in Toronto for pretty much my whole life, and I know for a fact that the snow had not subsided even in April during the 2010 year. It is rather extreme of you to say "not accurate at all" when you are located in Pickering, and not the City of Toronto. There are such things as snow belts spread throughout the entire region that comprises the City of Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area. Perhaps you have been lucky enough to experience the part that does not comprise the snow belt.
Toronto is a city but if your were intending to say what is was the capital city of the answer would be Ontario so Toronto is the capital of Ontario
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.
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 Étienne …Brûlé. 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."
The Toronto Zoo is in Scarborough, an east borough of Toronto.