Canada’s Cosmopolitan Hub
Toronto is the cultural and financial capital of Canada. Waves of recent immigration have shaped the city into a patchwork of neighbourhoods and ethnicities, each adding another layer to the thriving cultural landscape. Toronto is incredibly multicultural, with nearly half of its population having been born outside of Canada. While the diversity can be dizzying, the myriad cultures are linked together by the English language and support for Toronto’s beloved sports teams, the Maple Leafs in hockey and Blue Jays in baseball.
Toronto’s arts and music scenes are second to none, and the city’s theatre district is the 3rd biggest in the world. After class, our students can be found having picnics along Lake Ontario, filling shopping bags in downtown boutiques and trying to point out EF Toronto from atop the CN tower. On the weekends, groups head to nearby Niagara Falls to witness one of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls. Canadians are notoriously friendly and locals are open to casual conversation, making Toronto a great place to put those English courses to good use.
Explore the student life in Toronto