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If you’ve decided to move to Toronto or are a recent arrival, you’ve made an excellent choice. This is a diverse, thriving city with incredible opportunities for professional and personal development, so there are very few people who ever regret moving to Toronto. Here’s a little guide on how to move to Toronto.
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Toronto is a cosmopolitan city with world-class services, restaurants, shopping and culture. Toronto is a big city, and even bigger when you consider the Greater Toronto Area, which includes all the surrounding communities. Also, there are plenty of school options in Toronto, from public to catholic to private.
Despite what people will tell you, public transportation is pretty good. The traffic is bad, that’s true. But while the public transit system isn’t winning any awards any time soon, it covers 1200 km of road, track, and tunnel and it’s pretty effective for the city. Yes, if you end up living 20 minutes/20 km+ outside the core, it will be a pain in your backside (like most cities), and yes, it gets crowded because there are millions of people who work downtown (like all big cities).
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The fourth biggest city in North America, it’s also one of the safest in the world, so you don’t need to be worried about walking around downtown at night. But there are definitely certain areas that you do not want to visit, so be aware of those. And you’ll want to lock your bike up. That situation is sort of a pain.
The restaurant/food situation is incredible. Like, food from anywhere you can imagine, made by people actually from that place. There are over six thousand restaurants in this city. It’s a legit foodie fantasy. If you know where to go, it’s not terribly expensive. Most places aren’t going to be “cheap” but if you take some time to snoop around a bit, the quality for the price is very reasonable for a big city.
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It’s very dog-friendly.You will sometimes get ticketed if your pooch is going leash-commando in certain parks, and the odd apartment/rental space will have a no-dog policy, but on the whole most people, places, and areas are mutt-lovers and the K-9 community is a strong one.
So, if you are looking for professional help to move to a new house, consider contacting Toronto Moving. We will make sure to make your moving day easy, fast and stress-free.
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