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I may go to the whole Kitchener-Waterloo area & Toronto next year. Hopefully I will be able to visit Detroit, NYC & Boston too.
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In Toronto now. TBH, my impression so far is that it's a typical big city. Haven't seen anything really distinctive about it yet
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In Toronto now. TBH, my impression so far is that it's a typical big city. Haven't seen anything really distinctive about it yet
The demographics of Toronto make Toronto one of the most if not the most multicultural cities in the world. 49.9% of Toronto's population is foreign-born.



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The demographics of Toronto make Toronto one of the most if not the most multicultural cities in the world. 49.9% of Toronto's population is foreign-born.
That is true for a lot of other big cities as well, although the percentage may not be as high
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That is true for a lot of other big cities as well, although the percentage may not be as high
The very high percentage is what makes it distinct



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It's not significant enough, IMO
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I'm enjoying Montréal more than Toronto. It's more laidback and has more of a European feel
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