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Have you ever imagined yourself living in a multicultural city? GTA, in Ontario, is your place. The GTA cities welcomes more than 5 million people from all around the world in a safe and vibrant environment.
It’s a great place to start (or continue) your dreams. Live in Toronto and you’ll know it! The city is home to more than 2 million people. A larger part of the population is made by its immigrants giving the city a multicultural and cosmopolitan vibe. Its cultural richness is enhanced by the presence of talented artists, professional sports teams, beautiful conservation areas and friendly people.
Flying in to Canada, always read the travel advisory for upto date information about the Country and COVID19.


US News ranked Canada as the best country in the world in terms of quality of life as well as the second best country in the world. Being Canada’s largest city, Toronto is the perfect blend of city life and natural beauty. There are many places to visit in Toronto if you are a nature lover. The city has access to the beautiful Lake Ontario and pristine conservation areas that can melt the heart of any nature enthusiast.
If you would instead go out on the town on the weekend, Toronto is a hub of award-winning restaurants, clubs and nightlife joints. With a diverse migrant population from across the world bringing their culture with them, the city is perfect for international students to feel at home.
All these features of Toronto makes it appealing for international students to come and study here. The Canadian Bureau for International education reports that 96% of the international students in the country recommend Canada as a study destination. 60% of them also apply for permanent residence permits in Canada. The statistics also show that there has been an 185% increase in the number of international students coming to Canada in the last 10 years.


Toronto is a sprawling city that has everything from architectural wonders like the CN Tower to cultural events. Here are a few things to do in Toronto when you come to the city for your studies.

  • The CN Tower: The CN Tower has the distinction of being the tallest building in Toronto as well as one of the modern Wonders of the World. The 553 metre-tall structure allows you to witness the entire city from a glass-floored viewing deck on the top-most floor.
  • The Royal Ontario Museum: History buffs are sure to love this museum to look at its enormous collection spanning over 6 million artefacts. Apart from art and culture pieces, the museum also boasts of an extensive collection of dinosaur bones!
  • Kensington Market: If you crave retail therapy from time to time, be sure to visit this historic site to get a taste of Toronto’s diversity. The whole area is an eclectic collection of garment stores, galleries and rare book shops.


While you are at NewCastle, you can access the multiple walk-in clinics in the city without an appointment. Most of these clinics are open all days and for long hours. They can provide you with quick access to helpful advice about Canada healthcare or any emergency treatment options.
You can visit for more information about healthcare services in Toronto and GTA.


Toronto has one of the most diverse populations in the world and is one of the largest cities in Canada. Often termed the “economic capital of Canada,” Toronto is a thriving hub of different industries and a center of international commerce with plenty of job opportunities for new graduates.
Think we are exaggerating? Business Insider has ranked Toronto as one of the top 10 tech cities in the world, along with one of the best start-up ecosystems.,br>Toronto’s laurels don’t stop here. Forbes also ranked Canada the “best for business” among the G20 countries with Toronto earning the title of a “future-ready” city.
For the Year 2021, the Greater Toronto’s Top Employers Competition; some winners are;