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St. Lawrence Market

Central location, diverse, plethora of city conveniences and cultural hotspots St. Lawrence Market is the ideal location for urbanites who love to be minutes away from literally everything. Location: St. Lawrence Market is a short distan...

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Harbourfront

Panoramic views of the harbour, tourist magnet, events all year-round Touristy Harbourfront used to be a hectic shipping terminal. Today, it is Toronto's event central. Harbourfront especially comes alive every summer, with free concerts and...

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Liberty Village

Urban and cool, youthful vibe, small village atmosphere in a city setting Do not let the factory buildings fool you. Once a gritty, industrial part of Toronto, Liberty Village is now a vibrant and hip neighbourhood, a choice hangout among th...

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Queen West

One of the world's coolest neighbourhoods, bohemian, incredibly diverse Queen West was once recognized by Vogue as the "second coolest neighbourhood in the world." Does the neighbourhood live up to the hype? Locals and visitors alike seem to...

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Yonge-Eglinton

Fun and family-friendly, usually busy, a mix of old and new Yonge-Eglinton is the center of midtown Toronto, always buzzing with activity on the streets and inside the plethora of establishments scattered in the area. It also boasts some of ...

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Yonge-St Clair

Affluent uptown neighbourhood, lively, equal balance of residential and commercial Yonge-St. Clair sometimes seems like it is its own city. It has everything one could ever need, from restaurants and shopping options to some of Toronto's bes...

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Roncesvalles

A slice of Europe, close-knit community, small-town ambiance Being in Roncesvalles Village (affectionately called "Roncy" by locals) is almost like being transported to Eastern Europe. Poland, to be exact. And while the Polish influence is s...

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