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Toronto Population (2011): 2,615,050 (GTA, “Greater Toronto Area”)
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Getting to Know Toronto
Toronto is a cosmopolitan city with world-class services, restaurants, shopping and culture. For the latest goings-on, check out www.toronto.com.
One of our favourite things about Toronto is all the summer festivals.
Getting to Know Toronto Neighbourhoods
Toronto is a big city, and even bigger when you consider the Greater Toronto Area, which includes all the surrounding communities. Click here to see a Map of Toronto by Neighbourhood.
There are plenty of school options in Toronto, from public to catholic to private. The following links will give you all the details about Toronto schools:
How to find the School in Toronto http://www.tdsb.on.ca/FindYour/School.aspx
Toronto has excellent public transportation, including subways, streetcars and buses. While not the most affordable public transit in the world, it will get you where you need to go, relatively painlessly. Click here to find out more about the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).
Rent or Buy?
If you aren’t a Canadian resident and want to buy a condo or house in Toronto, make sure to check out our Guide for International Buyers.
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Durham school Board
CITY OF PICKERING
CITY OF PICKERING
Energy level in Pickering is high, because the of community’s active commitment to cleanliness and beautification, and due to the fact that power generation is what fuels the Pickering economy. The community is projected to have a resurgence in the next 15 years and Real Estate in Pickering is seen to further increase in value in the coming years.
Pickering is to get a new airport in the very near future see the map in the link attached for the proposed flight zones Pickering Airport Map
NUMBERS TO KNOW
Durham Board of Education
Enbridge Consumers Gas: 1.866.763.5427
Pickering Fire Department: 905.839.8095
Garbage Collection Services: 1.800.667.5671
Veridian Corp Hydro: 1.866.579.6819
Durham Police Department: 1.888.579.1520
Tax Information: 905.420.4614
Durham Transit: 1.866.247.0055
Durham GO Transit: 1.888.438.6646
Water Department: 905.693.1471
WHERE TO PLAY?
- Watson’s Glen Golf Course – 905-655-9187
- Hawthorne Valley Golf Course – 905-686-2028
- Fox Run Golf Centre – 905-428-8479
- Petticoat Creek conservation area
- Beachfront Park
- Millennium Square
- Pickering Museum Village
- Pickering Recreation Complex
- Pickering Town Centre
Schools in the City of Pickering
- Altona Forest Public School
- Bayview Heights Public School
- Claremont Public School
- Elizabeth B. Phin Public School
- Fairport Beach Public School
- Frenchman’s Bay Public School
- Gandatsetiagon Public School
- Glengrove Public School
- Grandview Public School
- Highbush Public School
- Maple Ridge Public School
- Rosebank Road Public School
- Sir. J.A. MacDonald Public School
- Valley Farm Public School
- Vaughan Willard Public School
- Westcreek Public School
- William Dunbar Public School