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Which city is better to live in: Toronto or Vancouver?

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I grew up in North Vancouver, moved to Toronto at the age of 18. Moved back to North Vancouver at the age of 19, moved back to Toronto yet again at the age of 20 and then back to Downtown Vancouver at the age of 25. read more

Vancouver is the most expensive city to live in North America, but Toronto is close behind. Vancouver had wonderful scenery within half an hour drive, whereas Greater Toronto is a massive concrete jungle. read more

Toronto is now a very big city. An estimated 100,000 immigrants move there annually, and now more than 50 per cent of the population was not born in Canada. While Vancouver is a cosmopolitan city, I could not get over how many people on the street and excellent public transit spoke a language other than English. read more

Distance to other cities to visit - Toronto, Vancouver. Calgary is far away from any other large city. Income tax - Calgary, Toronto, Vancouver in that order. Need for a car - Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto. Things to do - Toronto has the lake and cottage country, theatres, clubs, music scene. read more

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To Toronto City Council: The Sam The Record Man store and sign were important fixtures in Toronto's musical landscape as well as its Civic history. Sadly, all that remains now are our memories of the store and this magnificant neon sign. Ryerson and they City of Toronto should absolutely preserve what myself and many of its citizens consider to be an important symbol of our past and of that store's contributions to our culture.
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