Toronto (/təˈrɒntoʊ/, locally /təˈrɒnoʊ/) is the capital city of Ontario, Canada. An urban agglomeration surrounding the western end of Lake Ontario, the city makes up the Golden Horseshoe, which includes the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
Toronto spans across a vast area of 630 sq kms (243 sq mi), with a maximum north–south distance of 21 kilometres (13 mi) anda maximum east–west distance of 43 km (27 mi). The waterfront shoreline is 46-kilometre (29 mi) on Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. The Toronto Islands and Port Lands are also part of Toronto. The border of Toronto is marked by in the south by Lake Ontario, in the western by Marie Curtis Park, Eglinton Avenue and Etobicoke Creek. In the west by Highway 427, in the north by Steeles Ave, and in the east with Rouge River and the Scarborough–Pickering Townline. These borders essentially mean that Toronto is surrounded by Lake Ontario to the south, Mississauga to the west, Vaughan and Markham to the north and Pickering to the east.
Toronto Pearson International Airport (IATA: YYZ), is located just past the city’s western boundary in the suburban city of Mississauga. It is located at 6301 Silver Dart Dr, Mississauga, ON L5P 1B2, Canada. A second airport, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (IATA: YTZ), is located on the Toronto Islands, southwest of downtown.
There are over 140 neighbourhoods officially recognized by the City of Toronto and upwards of 240 official and unofficial neighbourhoods within city limits.
Old Toronto – Downtown
Alexandra Park, The Annex, Baldwin Village, Cabbagetown, CityPlace, Chinatown, Church and Wellesley, Corktown, Discovery District, Distillery District, Entertainment District, East Bayfront, Fashion District, Financial District, Garden District, Grange Park, Harbord Village, Harbourfront, Kensington Market, Little Japan (within the former First Chinatown), Moss Park, Old Town, Quayside (future planned neighbourhood), Queen Street West, Regent Park, South Core, St. James Town, St. Lawrence, Toronto Islands, Trefann Court, University (includes Huron–Sussex) and Yorkville.
The Beaches (also known as The Beach), East Chinatown, East Danforth, Gerrard Street East (Gerrard India Bazaar or Little India), Greektown (also known as the Danforth after the street it is on), Leslieville, Main Square, Playter Estates, Port Lands, Riverdale, Upper Beaches and Villiers Island (future planned neighbourhood on an artificial island at the mouths of the Don River in the Port Lands).
Bedford Park, Casa Loma, Chaplin Estates, Davisville Village, Deer Park (Yonge and St. Clair), Forest Hill (and Forest Hill Village and Upper Village), Lawrence Park, Lytton Park, Midtown, Moore Park, North Toronto, Rosedale, South Hill (includes Rathnelly), Summerhill, Uptown, Wanless Park, Wychwood Park and Yonge–Eglinton (considered centre of Midtown Toronto).
Beaconsfield Village, Bloor West Village, Bracondale Hill, Brockton Village, Carleton Village, Corso Italia, Davenport, Dovercourt Park, Dufferin Grove, Earlscourt, Fort York, High Park, The Junction (formerly West Toronto; a short section on Dundas Street also contains Little Malta), Junction Triangle, Koreatown, Liberty Village, Little Italy, Little Portugal, Little Tibet, Mirvish Village, Niagara, Ordinance Triangle, Palmerston, Parkdale, Queen Street West, Regal Heights, Roncesvalles, Runnymede, Seaton Village, Swansea, Trinity–Bellwoods and Wallace Emerson.
Broadview North, Crescent Town, East Danforth, Pape Village, Woodbine Heights, Bermondsey, Governor’s Bridge, Leaside, O’Connor–Parkview and Thorncliffe Park.
Toronto Coordinates: 43°39’35.1″N 79°23’01.2″W
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