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Location of Education, Teaching and Technology Conference in Toronto Canada 2018


Visit Toronto to see the globe....... It's a life changing experience..... 

Toronto is probably the best known Canadian city, in large part due to the Toronto International Film Festival, the CN Tower and major sports franchises, including the Blue Jays, the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Raptors. Toronto is less than two hours from both the U.S. border and Niagara Falls and within two to three hours of magnificent cottage country and provincial parks.

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. Toronto, with a population of 2.6 million, is at the heart of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) which contains 6.2 million people. The city is the anchor of the Golden Horseshoe region, which wraps around Lake Ontario from Toronto to Niagara Falls and totals over 8.5 million residents, approximately a quarter of Canada's entire population. Toronto is the fourth largest city and fifth largest urban agglomeration in North America.

Attractions in Toronto

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a must on any visit to Toronto. It may be a 90-minute drive from Toronto, and an unashamed major tourist attraction, but watching 750,000 gallons of water a second slide of a cliff right in front of you is pretty impressive by any standards. Visitors can experience the falls from the top

CN Towers

At 1,815 feet the CN Tower has lost its title as the tallest free standing structure in the world, but still attracts millions of tourists looking for a bird's eye view of Toronto and the surrounding areas. A glass elevator whisks you to the 1,122 foot high indoor/outdoor observation deck where a portion of the floor is transparent. Instead of buying your admission ticket, you could also make a reservation at the tower's top-floor restaurant to get the view.

Eaton Centre

The Eaton Centre is a bright and airy shopping mall in the heart of Toronto's downtown that houses more than 250 stores. The stores will appeal to the budget conscious and spendthrifts alike.
Along with the CN Tower, the Eaton Centre is the most popular tourist attraction in Toronto.
More than just a place to shop, the four-level, glass domed Eaton Centre is of architectural interest and features a huge Canadian geese mobile, Flight Stop, designed by artist Michael Snow.

China Town

Toronto has the second largest Chinatown in North America. People will find bargains on exotic trinkets, jewelry, clothing and household items. Plus, of course, where there's a bustling Chinatown, there's delicious food, and Toronto's Chinatown is no exception. There are dozens, maybe hundreds, of restaurants serving not just authentic Chinese, but also Vietnamese and other Asian fare.

Casa Loma.

Explore the secret passages of this 98-room Toronto castle, which features unique architecture and beautifully decorated suites, soaring ceilings, rich wood carving and sumptuous marble.

Distillery Historic District

Toronto's newest centre for arts, culture, food and entertainment. Explore Toronto art galleries, restaurants, cafes and artisan boutiques.

Harbourfront Centre.

A shopping mall geared to specialty shops, an outdoor amphitheatre with world beat concerts and festivals (summer), an outdoor world market (summer) and a free ice rink in the winter are just some of what you'll find at this popular Toronto attraction.

Ontario Science Centre.

Enjoy hundreds of interactive and open-ended experiences at this newly renovated Toronto attractions, as well as a great line up of films at the IMAX theatre.

Metro Toronto Zoo.

Canada's premier zoo is open year round and features polar bears, Siberian tigers, an open-air train and more.

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