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 Toronto Communities

Toronto is a unique Canadian & North American city, with different ethnical communities, lively restaurants and nightspots, delicious treats and a colorful atmosphere.

              Toronto's Ethnic Neighborhoods


 Chinatown is historical ethnic enclave in Downtown Toronto,  with a high concentration of ethnic Chinese residents and businesses. Chinese community is more than 400,000 people, making it the city's largest ethnic community.

  Chinatown Toronto

 Little Italy

Only in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) live more than one million Italian-Canadians who moved to Toronto in the last 60 years. One of the biggest Italian communities in the world. Little Italy, the neighborhood settled by Italian immigrants after World War II. Little Italy has many traditional Italian shoe stores, dozen different places to get pizza or a cappuccino. Be sure to sample the cannoli and biscotti accompanied by specialty coffees like the Cafe Napoli, a caffe latte with amaretto and sambuca.


 Little Italy




East End district is home to a large Greek community, based around  Danforth Ave.  The best place in Toronto to enjoy a sweet baklava, enjoy Greek desserts, you will find lots of restaurants and nightspots. Greektown area also host to the Taste of the Danforth, an annual street festival boasting authentic Greek food and music.



 Gerrard Street/Little India

The Gerrard Street East / Little India neighborhood is a magnet for Toronto’s South Asian community
and all who love the sights, sounds and tastes of Indian, Pakistani and Sri Lankan culture.
Gerrard India Bazaar is the largest marketing place of South Asian goods and services in North America. You can see a woman with a lovely multi-colour tunic rides by on her bike, like she’s in Bombay

 Little India















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