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Toronto is a major Canadian city along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. The city is also known as Canada's most famous city. 

The production of both domestic and foreign film and television is a prime local industry in Toronto. The city has a vivid array of public places, from city squares to public parks overlooking ravines.

There are large parks in the outer areas including Downsview Park, Guild Park, and Gardens,  High Park, Humber Bay Park, Centennial Park, and Morningside Park.

Ryerson University, the University of Toronto OCAD University, are the three reputed Universities in downtown Toronto.

Student Accommodation

Around 2,051,865 international students enrol in Toronto every year. Toronto has both a high budget as well as budget-friendly student accommodation. There are extensive options for halls of residences, student hostels, and Private rooms of residences available. The private halls of residences include non-en-suites, en-suites, studios, and shared apartments. The budget of these student accommodation in Toronto varies from CA$1,200/month-CA$3,300/month. These are inclusive of bills. The students most likely prefer the private halls of residences compared to student halls. Amongst all the student accommodation in Toronto, The Annex, Duffer-in Grove, Kensington Market, The Garden District Seaton Village, Baldwin Village are most popular and budget-friendly. 

The living experience depends on how you choose your accommodation, so choose your accommodation in Toronto wisely.

Daily Commute

Students need not worry about commuting in and around the city. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) operates transportation in Toronto. It has an extensive network of buses and streetcars. The Toronto Coach Terminal in downtown Toronto is a hub for intercity bus services in Southern Ontario. Ajax Plaza Bus Terminal, Ajax, Barrie Bus Terminal, Barrie Belleville Transit Terminal, Belleville, Charles St. Transit Terminal, Kitchener are major bus stations which connect major areas of the city. Union Station is an important railway station and intermodal transportation hub in Toronto. 

Student Life

Toronto is popularly known as Hog-town. Horseshoe Tavern and The Pilot are among one of the most popular and moderately priced restaurants the city has. Toronto includes exciting visits to the Toronto Zoo, the Ontario Science Centre, shopping in the Yorkville neighbourhood, and stopping by the Eaton Centre, which is the largest of the tourist attractions in Toronto. Toronto shopping mall is also a must-visit place, especially if you are a shopaholic. It receives an average of one million visitors a week Toronto also hosts a Caribbean fair every summer.

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