Toronto is a proper noun. Toronto is (1) the provincial capital and largest city in Ontario (and the largest city in Canada).
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The University of Toronto was founded as King's College in 1827. The University has 50,871 students on three campuses. The University has several art museums, four theaters, a Graduate Center for the Study of Drama, Medical and Dental Schools, among others. The website provides information at UT, Toronto, visiting the school, and how to apply.
Ontario is a vastly diverse Canadian province bordered by Manitoba, Quebec, and the United States. Learn more about Ontario and find government and tourism links for the region.
The Globe began in 1843 in Toronto, Canada and remains Canada's foremost newspaper. In 1995, they launched globeandmail.com, which contains news and information from financial sources. The website offers breaking news, Canadian news, world news, real estate, business, sports, arts, and more. The website also has a link to the daily print edition of the paper.
Tucows began in 1993 in Flint, Michigan as a software distribution company and has grown to become a wholesale domain name registrar and a provider of Internet services to web hosting companies and Internet service providers (ISP). The company is now headquartered in Toronto. Users can search by categories, authors, services, and software & reviews. Users can also sign-up to be a reseller.
The following articles provide recent Toronto-related news.
The Indiana Pacers have reportedly hired Toronto Raptors assistant Nate Bjorkgren as coach, replacing Nate McMillan with the Nick Nurse protege.
Dan Loumena. Los Angeles Times. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020 13:20:38 -0400.
Joe Thornton is older than the Toronto Maple Leafs head coach and general manager. He's also hungry for a Stanley Cup, and can bring more than off-ice leadership to the Maple Leafs.
By Jordan Horrobin, Contributor. Forbes. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020 12:34:18 -0400.
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