Welcome to the city of Toronto! It is Canada's largest city and home to a very welcoming and diverse population. Toronto is a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is consistently ranked one of the world's most livable cities. People from all walks of life work and reside in Toronto with over 140 languages spoken and an estimate of more than half of its residents were born outside Canada.
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We also offer different gift basket delivery methods suitable for your needs. We offer Same day delivery service to gift recipients who reside within The Greater Toronto Area and suburbs. Our same day delivery service is available 7 days a week, 365 days a year (we offer limited delivery on Christmas Day and Boxing Day).
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Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities around the world. Toronto is called as the "City of Neighborhoods" as the city boasts its embrace for multiculturalism.
Toronto is the only Canadian city that represents in seven major league sports.
One of the top tourist destinations in Canada, the CN tower was once the tallest freestanding structure in the world up to 2009.
Lots of famous celebrities lived in Toronto - Jim Carey, Drake, Mike Myers, Keanu Reeves to name a few.
Toronto Pearson Airport is considered the busiest airport in Canada.
The city's underground PATH shopping network is North America's largest underground shopping complex as well as the largest continuous underground pedestrian system.
Babe Ruth's first professional homerun happened in the Toronto Centre Island.
Pride Week - The 10- day Toronto Pride Week is a celebration of love with no boundaries. The Pride is a series of events celebrating the lesbian, day and queer culture and community. It is known to be one of the largest pride celebrations in the world with having the prime minister as one of their attendees.
Toronto Canada Day Celebrations - A celebration of being truly and proudly Canadian. Not only Canada day is celebrated with a spectacular fireworks show but it also features different kinds of entertainment from all shapes and forms.
Toronto International Film Festival - Showcasing the best of the international, Hollywood and Canadian cinema. It is now perceived as one of the most significant film festivals next to Cannes attracting 500,000 movie lovers to view over 350 films from over 64 participating countries.
World Wine Awards of Canada - Also known as "The Worlds", it takes place in early to mid December to explore the best wines from all over the world. This competition is open to both imported and domestic wines in Canada and is judges by the best wine connoisseurs.
Winter City Festival - A 14- day celebration of culture, food and a series of outdoor events. The festival mainly consists of three different events; the WOW Series, taking place putdoors which shows family-oriented performances, Warm Up Series featuring multi-media performances and the Winterlicious program that offers 150 restaurants celebrating Toronto's biggest winter culinary event.
Saint Patrick's Day Parade - Join in the fun and excitement with one of Canada's biggest and wildest Saint Patrick celebrations up to date. This popular event has been celebrated in Toronto since 1863 and attracts over 500,000 participants.
Terry Fox Run - An annual non - competitive charity run event held in different regions commemorating Terry Fox who is a cancer activist and his Marathon of Hope to be able to raise money for cancer research.
The CN Tower - One of Canada's most recognizable and national icon. At a height of 1815 feet tall, this remarkable building has previously received numerous World Guinness Records, Take in the spectacular and breathtaking views of the city from the view up above. The CN tower also boasts its architectural illumination of the CN tower each night from dusk with the light show.
The Royal Ontario Museum - Sprawling with extensive galleries of archeology, art and natural science, with over six million items, forty galleries, and plenty of interactive exhibits. The Royal Ontario Museum is truly one of the country's premiere museum attracting more than one million visitors each year.
Ripley's Aquarium - Boasting with 135,000 square feet of interactive underwater exhibits, it is Canada's largest indoor aquarium that houses numerous species of aquatic creatures from all different waters of the world.
St. Lawrence Market - Toronto's premier market that will make your taste buds on a stroll. Set in Old Town Toronto, this market has over 120 vendors, merchants, and artisans who take pride into their craft. One of Toronto's signature dishes, the Peameal Bacon Sandwich is a popular item in this market as famous culinary celebrities like Bobby Flay and Anthony Bourdain loved it.
Toronto Islands & Centerville - Perfect for visitors who would like to have a wonderful view of the city skyline. The Toronto Islands is an easy access to everyone through the means of riding a short and scenic ferry ride.
The islands are filled with places and activities to explore; beaches, picnic areas, sports facilities, and boat rentals are all for families to enjoy. Make sure to stop by the Centerville Theme Park which is filled with rides, attractions, and great food.
Distillery District - A restored historic area built in the year 1832 is now turned into Canada's premier arts, culture and entertainment destination.
Hockey Hall of Fame - Witness the achievements of some of the greatest hockey stars and the history that defines Canada's favorite sport. This museum iis also the home of NHL’s significant trophies, the Stanley Cup - on display for guests to touch.