50 Reasons to Love Toronto via Toronto Life Magazine.
“smart, interesting people move here every day, attracted to a city that’s challenging and gritty and exciting and indulgent”
Our bankers, having avoided the financial calamity that engulfed the rest of the planet, are now revered as the sages of global capitalism. Our financial services industry has the potential to create 40,000 new jobs in the next five years. Our real estate market is wildly buoyant. We are at or near the top of every noteworthy economic growth forecast. Toronto, in other words, is on the cusp of a new economic ascendancy, a moment when the city should expand its power and influence in the world.
The recession is officially over.
The city will fix a doglegged intersection of a well-travelled road and add bike lanes and green space and a public art installation—a series of extraordinary mosaics embedded in the walls of a newly built Dufferin underpass.